SureCall has introduced the FlareDB+, a new dual band in-home cellular phone booster specifically designed to improve signals for Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile devices. It was designed to provide reliable cellular coverage for two to four rooms in a home, small building, or cabin.
Featuring the company’s exclusive 2XP technology that delivers twice the signal power to the tower when compared with its closest competitors, the FlareDB+ is an ideal solution for Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile customers, who are experiencing slow 4G data speeds, dropped calls, and need to ensure connectivity.
An April 2020 study conducted by Waveform found that 12 percent of Americans said their cellular connectivity in their home was bad or very bad. This new booster fills a growing need for U.S. workers who find themselves working from home due to COVID-19.
“The FlareDB+ fills an increasing demand in the market as millions of Americans are working from home and depend on reliable cell service to do their jobs,” said Hongtao Zhan, CEO of SureCall. “With SureCall’s 2XP technology users get the most powerful signal available for a product in its class and are assured faster data speeds and reduced dropped calls.”
Additional FlareDB+ features include support for multiple users simultaneously, 4G and 5G phone compatibility, a signal gain of up to 72dB, and an easy-to-install booster kit that comes with everything needed to get up and running quickly.
SureCall’s FlareDB+ is available today for $199 through SureCall’s retail and online partners. All FlareDB+ units include lifetime U.S.-based tech support, a three-year warranty, and a 60-day money-back guarantee.