Comments: 0Thursday, March 29th 2007 - 19:33 CEST
From going outside to standing by a window to “contorting themselves into weird places” or “pulling a matrix move as I tried to keep a signal,” today’s consumers will do just about anything to secure and keep a cell phone signal indoors. According to the zBoost Cell Phone Signal Survey commissioned by Wi-Ex, the leading provider of consumer cell phone signal boosters, and conducted by Harris Interactive, 62 percent of cell phone owners who make calls at home have done something special to improve signal reception in an attempt to make or receive a cell phone call indoors including going outside (46 percent), standing by a window (42 percent) or using their landline instead (30 percent).
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Comments: 0Thursday, March 29th 2007 - 19:06 CEST
Wi-Ex, the leading provider of consumer cell phone signal boosters, announced zBoost zPersonal (zP), the personal zBoost, providing consumers with an affordable solution that captures and amplifies the 800MHz signal or the 1900MHz bands for improved cell phone signal at home, the office or on the go. The product is the first repeater-amplifier system for consumers for under $100. Showcased today at CTIA Wireless 2007 in booth 5483, zBoost zP creates a cell zone for a single user by improving signal strength for better voice and data transmission. Retailing for $99, the zBoost zP represents the lowest priced entry unit in the zBoost product family.
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