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SureCall Announces Arrival of Two New In-Vehicle Cell Signal Boosters

New Fusion2Go 3.0 and Fusion2Go 3.0 RV are the most powerful cellular signal boosters designed to keep you connected further into the fringes of the cellular network

FREMONT, Calif., Feb. 15, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- SureCall, the performance leader for cellular signal boosters, announced the Fusion2Go 3.0™ and Fusion2Go 3.0 RV™, its newest generation of in-vehicle cell phone signal boosters. SureCall's products for commercial, personal and fleet use, including the Fusion2Go line, boost cellular service in areas with critically low cell signal strength.

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Designed for everyone from the mobile worker to the outdoorsman, cross-country trucker and full-time RVer, the Fusion2Go 3.0 and Fusion2Go 3.0 RV boost all North American carrier signals to provide a car full of users with reliable voice, text and 4G LTE data. The Fusion2Go 3.0 retails for $399.99 and the Fusion2Go 3.0 RV -- designed specifically for RVs and motorhomes -- retails for $449.99.

Features of the Fusion2Go 3.0 line:

  • 2X More Power: In a recent test, the Fusion2Go 3.0 delivered 2X more output power when compared to other products in the same category. This means users can hold a reliable signal 2X further away from the nearest cell tower.
  • Faster Data Speeds: Top quality materials and expert engineering create a highly efficient cellular signal booster that has become the category's leader for data speed transmissions.
  • Non-stop Support: The SureCall Fusion2Go line works with all cellular providers in the United States and Canada, and all SureCall products come with industry-leading service, including lifetime support, a 60-day money back guarantee, and a 3-year manufacturer's warranty.

"The SureCall Fusion2Go 3.0 line is the new champion of the roads," said Frankie Smith, VP of Sales at SureCall. "Our latest cellular signal boosters lead the pack in power and speed, and demonstrates why customers have come to rely on SureCall to keep them connected in hard-to-reach cellular areas."

The need for increased reliability and mobile connectivity has never been higher, particularly as people become more reliant on data and calling as they travel greater distances from cellular towers. SureCall products are designed and constructed with top-quality components that provide the necessary cell signal boost for people who live, work and relax in the fringe of the network.

For more information about SureCall's award-winning cellular signal boosters, visit SureCall's blog and guide to signal boosters. Connect with SureCall via Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

About SureCall

Founded in 2001, SureCall is the multi-patented, award-winning performance leader for cell phone signal boosters. Combining top-quality materials, powerfully innovative product designs, and industry-leading service and support, SureCall has given mobile device users access to reliable cellular signals in homes, offices, and cars. Major institutions like NASA, Stanford, Duke, Kaiser Permanente and many others in the oil and gas, hospitality, automotive, and technology industries trust SureCall's FCC-approved boosters to make their signals go the distance. Visit SureCall.com for more information.

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[email protected]
(801) 461-9793

 

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