The Cell Booster I Want (If I Could Afford It)

Is a cell phone booster something you might need? My ideal cell booster would be the SureCall Force-7 industrial all-in-one signal booster.

So why do I want the SureCall® Force-7 signal booster? Well, this device is designed to be used in areas up to 80,000 square feet. So in order to truly need this device, I’d be living in a mansion of epic proportions. Okay, so I don’t live in an 80,000 square foot mansion, but that doesn’t mean I can’t get reliable voice, text, and 4G LTE data performance. SureCall has a cell booster for practically any size home or business. That means I can get one… and so can you!

Why SureCall, you might wonder? Because the company produces top-quality cell phone signal boosters and equipment. SureCall also has an incredible amount of product and accessory options, which means that you’ll always get the exact signal booster and antenna you need for your home, office or vehicle. Whether you have 250 or 25,000 square feet (or even 80,000), SureCall has the product and Solid Signal has the solution!

SureCall is based in Silicon Valley, the country’s epicenter for technological innovation. Its high-quality cellular signal boosters and products seamlessly blend American-engineered technology with innovative design.  Solid Signal is proud to carry the full line of SureCall signal boosters, antennas, and accessories at affordable prices!

Need a signal booster? Just fill out our online form then send it to us. An actual member of our customer service team will review your information, then contact you with a SureCall signal booster product recommendation. This is the personalized, concierge service brought to you by Solid Signal! You also can call us at 877.312.4547 for a customized SureCall cell booster solution for your home, office or vehicle.

About the Author

Jake Buckler
Jake Buckler is a cord-cutter, consumer electronics geek, and Celtic folk music fan. Those qualities, and his writing experience, helped him land a copywriting gig at Signal Group, LLC. He also contributes to The Solid Signal Blog.