For many people, cellphone signal quality is still an issue. From those living in rural areas, to those in densely populated urban landscapes, service can vary from location to location. The folks at weBoost have come up with a solution which actually does solve the problem. Check out our review of the weBoost Eqo.
In the video, Tshaka mentions the dB gain achieved by our “testers.” Below is a breakdown of the gain in signal strength (dB) our testers’ phones achieved when set next to the weBoost antenna. *Lower numbers = stronger signal
Kelly’s phone 6Plus, Verizon: -115, -101, -93—- -91dB
Katie’s phone, iPhone 6, AT&T: 0 (no service) 1 bar
Patrick’s phone 6Plus, AT&T: 0 (no service) 2 to 3 bars and LTE
Jeffrey’s phone 6Plus, AT&T: 0 (no service) 1 TO 2 bars and LTE
Shaka’s work phone Note 4, Sprint: -106 ——— -101dB
Shaka’s personal (review unit phone) Honor 5, T-mobile: -107 ——- -100 gained a bar
Tony McEwing Note 4, Verizon: -122 —- -116 went from 0 bars to 2 with LTE intermittent
Disclosure: weBoost provided us with a review sample of the Eqo for the purpose of this review.