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Verizon Cell Phone Signal Boosters

The signal booster solutions from UberSignal will simultaneously boost the signal for Verizon, as well as the other major carriers in North America. Choose an option below to the find the best solution for your needs. Read More.

Solutions for Single Rooms in Homes

Solutions for Small to Midsize Homes

Solutions for Large Homes

Solutions for Businesses - Single Rooms

Solutions for Businesses - Small Spaces up to 1,500 sq ft

Solutions for Businesses - Midsize Spaces up to 7,500 sq ft

Solutions for Businesses - Large Spaces up to 500,000 sq ft

M2M Signal Booster Solutions

Solutions for Cars & Trucks

Solutions for RVs & Large Vehicles

Solutions for Marine Vehicles

Cradle Signal Booster Solutions

About Verizon Wireless

Verizon Wireless is the largest wireless communications services provider in the United States as of 2012 and has one of the largest nation wide networks. For everyone with bad or no Verizon reception in their vehicle, home, or office, a signal booster for Verizon can help eliminate dead-zones, dropped calls, and poor sound quality. A signal booster can extend the Verizon wireless signal available outside and bring into the location where you don't have service. 

Verizon 3G Signal Boosters

Verizon Wireless makes extensive use of the 800 and 1900 MHz frequency bands for both Voice and Data service. In general, we've found that voice services are typically provided over the 800 MHz band and data services are provided over 1900 MHz, however this varies from location to location.

Verizon 4G LTE Signal Boosters

Verizon’s new 4G LTE service uses the 700 MHz frequency band, specifically 746 to 787 MHz, which previously was used for analog television, but now is used for the Verizon high speed data network. If you would like to boost this network in addition to the 2G and 3G networks, then you'll need a tri-band or five band booster.

Bottom Line

For 3G signals, go with any standard dual-band amplifier. For 4G LTE in addition to 2G and 3G, you'll need to go with a tri-band or five band booster.