WeBoost Drive Reach RV – Cell Phone Signal Booster kit | Boosts 4G LTE

(10 customer reviews)


weBoost Drive Reach RV – Cell Phone Signal Booster kit | Boosts 4G LTE & 5G for All U.S. Carriers – Verizon, AT& T, T-Mobile & more | Made in the U.S. | FCC Approved (model 470354): Cell Phones & Accessories

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POWERFUL RV BOOSTER — The weBoost Drive Reach RV powerfully boosts signal for fewer dropped calls, better voice quality, faster data speeds, increased hotspot capability, and improved audio and video streaming on the road and while parked, even in remote areas

CARRIER COMPATIBILITY — With multi-user functionality, every passenger can enjoy stronger cell signals from all U.S. networks and carriers; including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, and more

COVERAGE FOR MOTORIZED AND TOWABLE RVS — Designed to enhance signal coverage for all RVs with an omnidirectional, 7.5” antenna, a ladder mount, mast extension, and side exit adapter

ALL-TERRAIN, ALL-WEATHER TOUGH — The outside antenna meets current U.S military and NEMA IP66 standards, meaning it can withstand extreme shaking while being protected from dust, oil, and water

5G COMPATIBLE–All weBoost products continue to support the latest in 5G technology, working seamlessly within a 5G network to deliver the best cell signal possible

PROUDLY AMERICAN — The only booster designed, assembled, and tested in the USA with US customer support: Our products are not manufactured in China

FCC APPROVED — The booster is compliant with the requirements of the standards applied. FCC certification number: PWO460061. Approved to operate on frequency bands 12, 13, 5, 4, 2, without interrupting or harming any cell carriers’ signals to and from the cell tower.


10 reviews for WeBoost Drive Reach RV – Cell Phone Signal Booster kit | Boosts 4G LTE

  1. Amazon Customer

    well after reading more than a few reviews, the one that struck home was the one that explained why they set it up the way they did. in the review i read the writer said they put a mifi near the inside antenna and they ran off the mifi, well it worked like a dream, it is a little more setup but when my wife the teacher can spend the day on a zoom call and did not have any issues with speed or lag or screen freeze. So if you are a person who is on the road, and you have a mifi or hotspot, this device, will rock their socks off. i even looked at Youtube video’s and none of the presenter mention the distance from the inside antenna to cell phone, it is within 24 inches, but the mifi or hotspot work great.

  2. Bill Goldsmith

    Works quite well in our 24ft Class C RV. As is the case with all such units, you need to be really close (like within a couple of feet) to the inside antenna for any appreciable gain, so plan its location accordingly. Some sales blurbs imply that they will boost the signal throughout your vehicle’s interior. That’s just not going to happen.

  3. Poppy

    Boosted our AT&T cell signal instantly! We normally have ‘one bar’ camping at our local campground. Decided to give this WeBoost Drive Reach RV a try so we could do more traveling while working from home. (You know, the pandemic and all!) Instantly went from one to FOUR bars! We were able to talk, text, work online and stream TV. We use YouTube TV at home and in our travel trailer. First time we’ve ever had even enough to text or talk at this campground!Just ordered the mag mount vehicle antenna and a 12v adapter for the booster. Moved the booster and inside antenna into the truck and we now have a boosted signal while going down the road too!!Worth every penny!

  4. Queue

    While I am sure some of you reading this also work from home, not all of you will also have an RV where you can get away from the city to camp once in a while. We have been RVings for a few years and found that camping earlier in the week is less crowded in most state parks near where we live in Texas. Having the ability to get online and make phone calls for work is essential for both of us, so when we found ourselves in Durango, CO last summer and could not get a cell signal, we had to leave early.Doing some research, I found a few products on the market, but really only recently discovered the model we bought, the Weboost Drive Reach RV. Just like you who are reading this we read reviews and finally decided to try it out, even though the price was not exactly a selling feature.First off, there are 3 components to this setup. External antenna to gran what signal it can, the booster or processor inside and the smaller interior antenna to broadcast the boosted signal inside the RV. All the material (and it is not very extensive from an install an support stand point, IMO) talked about attaching the external antenna to your rear ladder. Well now, the only problem there is we don’t have a ladder on our Class C RV.Thankfully, we did have one of those fiberglass extension poles for painting a high ceiling that extended from 8′ to 23′. I managed to attach the mounting hardware to the end of the pole, extended it to a little over 14′, a little higher than our roof and securely bungee corded it to one of my rear view mirror arms. Then you run the included 25′ cable in through the window, drape it across the dinette and attached it to the transformer, power it up and connected the smaller antenna on the kitchen counter. They recommend as much separation, both horizontal and vertical as you can get.Powered it all on and was glad to see the indicator light glowed green. Our AT&T hotspot was only showing a single bar meaning we could not both get online to work, do WebEx calls, stream HBO on the TV at the same time. I took a step towards the internal antenna and saw I now had two bars. A little closer to the antenna and low and behold I had 3! Just leaning the phone up against the counter top, next to the antenna and we went from 3-4 bars and were able to connect two laptops, two phones and our smart TV to the hotspot wi-fi signal.Bottom line, this thing worked exactly as promised.I would think you have to have at least a single bar to be able to get a boost. It will not create a cell signal if you are in a cave or the bottom of a canyon most likely. Was it worth 500 hundred dollars? Well, if we can continue to camp and work remotely and stay online, then unequivocally yes.

  5. Wrench

    We live in a 38 foot motorhome, WiFi is not always available, some hot spots work okay but our latest and greatest iPhones have limited Data capability. After doing much research we went with the weBoost antenna. I mounted the outside antenna too low the first time and had the inside antenna to close to the outside antenna. I moved the outside antenna to a height of 13!/2 feet and moved the inside antenna as far as the cable would allow, then it worked like a charm. Our Firestick even works, allowing us to watch any of the shows we want. The price seemed a little high but it’s hard to put a number on success.

  6. RD

    I’m impressed with the performance of this unit. At locations with marginal signal it has boosted beyond my expectations. The two speed test photos were at a National Park visitor center that showed one bar service. Even in small cities and towns with two bars this booster will improve the quality of the signal to faster than expected. I mounted and installed it on a expandable pole but rarely extend the mast. I purchased the 12v wiring kit to hard wire into my RV and it only draws 1.5A when powered on.

  7. seth lunsford

    Well first day of having this booster I went from one bar sometimes to all bars and lte so it definitely works. It’s also fairly simple to hook up the hardest part would be finding where to route the cable

  8. A. Maddox

    Works – Yes, you’ll read lots of reviews that state your phone must be very close to the inside antenna. My experience — We install the weBoost Drive Reach RV (470354) RV and BoonDocked north of Moab for a week. Before turning on the weBoost – phones had barley 1 bar and trying to use the internet was a failure. Turned on the weBoost – if you were within 10 feet of the weBoost inside antenna you now had 2 or 3 bars (Verizon LTE) and internet access worked pretty good. Wife and daughter were able to do everything they wanted without issues. I placed my I-Phone 12 next to the inside antenna and used it as a hot spot. It had 4 bars LTE and data screamed. I was able to access the internet from my laptop throughout the RV with no issues. Voice (Telephone) just worked – we had no issues. Now my advice – this product works – is made in the USA – don’t cut corners and buy the half price China crap. Support American workers and buy a quality product that will last for years – plus while I did not use it — you have access to USA support. Try to call that Chinese vendor for product support when something goes wrong.Side Note – Know a lot of comments complain about how to run the cable into the RV — we installed the outside antenna using a suction cup RV Antenna Mount (TechnoRV sells one on Amazon) mounted on a 1-inch by 5-foot schedule 40 PVC pole and running the antenna cable through the slide. This approach worked great.

  9. Idahomtman

    I carefully read through many of the positive and negative reviews of this product. I was concerned about some of the comments that negative reviews contained so I did additional research of non-Amazon reviews particularly RV writers and experts. I decided to purchase the Drive Reach RV to use while living in my RV at a national park where I will be volunteering this fall. I’m sure I will use it at other times as well.When I got the package, which arrived in good condition, I checked out the contents and everything was exactly as specified. I decided to test it out in my RV which is parked in a storage locale where I only can get 1 or 2 bars on my IPhone. I wanted to do a quick temporary set-up to make sure everything worked and actually boosted my signal in case I decided to return the order within the 30-day time frame. The first thing I did was open my “opensignal” app on my phone before I turned on the booster to test signal strength.Next, I mounted the bracket to the ladder on my trailer and temporarily installed the antenna on the extension and spring in the mount, ran the cable into the RV through an open window as far from the exterior antenna as possible and plugged everything in. I got the green light indicating I had a working setup. Then I retested the signal and had significant improvement for both data and video. I did put my phone directly against the interior antenna as several reviewers have suggested. I moved the interior antenna to several locations within my RV to test the signal. It worked better in some spots than others depending on the signal strength of that particular location.I wanted to test some other locations for the booster itself so I ran the cable through another window closer to the exterior antenna and everything continued to work just as well. I will be able to mount my booster near my table which is where I intend to use the phone as a mobile hot spot and phone.It is a lot of money, but it worked for me. At this time I am not going to permanently run the cable into the interior but set it up when I get to the location where I intend to use it. It is so fast and simple and I purchased a cable accessory that allows the window to be nearly closed all the way. I may at some point go to the trouble of running the cable from the exterior antenna into the interior but that would be the hardest part of the process. As it stands now, the exterior mount is permanently attached to my ladder so I can attach the antenna with one bolt, run the cable through the window and plug everything in which takes no more 5-10 minutes.I did purchase the 12 volt DC power cord so I can use the unit when I am not hooked up to shore power. It remains to be seen how well this will actually work when I get to the park. I’ll provide an update.

  10. Photokent

    I had a very old WeBoost from several years ago. Now with a new van and a spouse who likes to travel to remote locations in the west, we opted to purchase this. I don’t have any fancy equipment to measure except to measure speed tests with and without and it appears to be better. That said, if there is no signal to boost it doesn’t work. We use Verizon at moment and i understand it also works with the other main carriers. Not sure how it works with 5G because i have a 4 year old phone and 5G isn’t really in remote locations much.To say it’s an easy installation is a bit simplistic. Yes. It plugs in easily and it works to boost the cellular signal both receiving and transmitting. The key to installing in an RV is getting the cable from the external antenna i attached to our rear ladder into the interior of the van in a clean and safe (to the RV) manner. Your mileage will vary according to RV. We ended up routing it thru the pre-installed satellite cables we are not using. I had to get some new connectors and WeBoost tech support was helpful in locating the right additional components for my needs. They turned me onto a small company who specializes in cables and connectors.Now All is working well. I give it a 4.5 stars due to the aforementioned install problem which was resolved.

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