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In home cell phone phone signal extender

by shopdoug / June 4, 2008 4:22 PM PDT

Has anyone out there installe the
Wi-Ex zBoost YX510-PCS-CEL cell phone signal extender

http://reviews.cnet.com/cell-phone-and-smart/wi-ex-zboost-yx510/4505-6448_7-32156398.html?tag=prod.txt.2

I really would like a honest review of this item before I plunk down 300.00

I currently use Qwest cell service with is going over to Verison in July... I have one bar on porch and can recieve calls but the soon drop out because we are out of line of site to the nearest cell tower.

Thanks on the front end

shopdoug

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Wi-Ex zBoost Really Works!
by solidsignal.com / June 4, 2008 11:11 PM PDT

I understand your hesitation about dropping $300 on a ?it might work ? as seen on TV? type product.

I know this might sound like a sales pitch however we sell thousands of the YX510 booster; with very few returns!

Since your current provider is changing soon, I would strongly recommend getting the YX510, it?s the universal unit and may be a little more expensive than the YX500-PCS or the YX500-CEL, but will stay compatiable regardless of which frequencies your cell phone provider chooses.

Additionally we offer free technical support on the YX products (regardless of where you purchase it) and actually have a 30 Day satisfaction Guaranteed return policy; we are confident this product will improve your cell phone signal. So much so, that we offer a no questions asked 30 day return policy on any Wi-Ex zBoost product.

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RE:In home cell phone phone signal extender
by Tuck.Franklin / June 4, 2008 11:25 PM PDT

I have had a zBoost installed in my home and a smaller version in my office and I am very pleased with both of them. I was skeptical as well but I really needed a stronger signal so I just bought it. I have been happy with the results.

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Wi-Ex Works!
by solidsignal.com / June 4, 2008 11:57 PM PDT

It really is a cool product, there are many upgrades and add-ons for it. Depending on location, people can go from 1 bar to 5!

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Thanks for the feedback...
by shopdoug / June 12, 2008 3:22 PM PDT
In reply to: Wi-Ex Works!

Thanks for the feedback...

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