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You left the office early for the weekend assuming you could have that hands-free conference call on the highway as you headed to the cabin. But suddenly there is no cell service? That last dip in the highway left the caller dangling. You frantically back-track to find that last skinny space of service, but it’s too late. If this is happening too much, maybe you need a booster in the boot.

Cellular boosters wired to a low-profile external antenna on your auto or RV can boost a weak one-bar cell signal (3G, and/or 4G LTE) to a five-bar never-to-be-dropped call. There are two varieties to look for depending on your need. A cradle booster only provides an amplified signal to the connected device. A wireless booster will create an amplified signal so everyone in the car or the RV can improve their connectivity.

The wireless Fusion2Go 3.0 by SureCall launched just in time for that summer highway rush and it works with all Canadian cellular carriers. Reviews put it twice as fast as other boosters even in the loneliest places. It’s not cheap, but it’s worth it if you want to park the RV, er… the office at the beach.

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