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The Drive 4G-X RV is a RV specific, powerful in-vehicle cell phone signal booster kit certified for use anywhere in the US. The Drive 4G-X RV boosts voice and data with max FCC-allowed 50 dB system gain, enhancing 4G LTE, as well as 3G network signals, up to 32x. RVers get fewer lost connections and dead zones, better call quality as well as faster data uploads and downloads whether parked or in motion in their RV. Works in all classes of RV; Class A, Class C and all towables. The new Drive 4G-X RV now comes with the popular OTR Trucker antenna and is more durable that the previous model.

Do I Need a Cellular Booster?

Cellular Boosters are a powerful addition to any mobile connectivity setup but they have their pro's and con's and are not for everyone. They originally were designed to improve cellular signal when phone calls were the primary use for cellular technology.  In general cellular boosters perform best in very low cellular signal areas where you otherwise would not be able to connect. If you are a boondocker, enjoy remote camping, or would prefer to "always be connected" over "fastest download speeds", then a booster can be a great addition to your connectivity arsenal. Boosters support very fast download speeds, usually around 20-30mbps (plenty for streaming, working and doing just about anything on the road) however cellular boosters are limited by the FCC on what cellular bands (channels) they can use. As such many newer technologies that improve speeds in strong signal areas are not supported by boosters. 

If the fastest download speeds are a priority for you then generally a roof antenna like those included in our Internet Bundles is a better fit for more customers. Many customers who want to boost voice call quality in their RV or who want to get signal in very hard to reach places opt to add a booster to their setup in addition to a roof antenna. Keep in mind your mobile router cannot use the booster and roof antennas at the same time so disconnecting/connecting antenna cables will be required to switch between the two solutions.   Checkout the video from our friends at the RV Mobile Internet Resource Center that goes into more detail on Roof Antennas vs Cellular Boosters.

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  • Bob E.
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    weBoost Drive 4G-X RV Cell Phone Signal Booster
    weBoost Drive 4G-X RV Cell Phone Signal Booster
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    4 years ago
    Better Antenna that previous version

    We purchased this unit as we had the previous generation on our 2012 Montana 5th that we sold. For the most part the original Drive gave us no problems however I did have to replace the antenna twice after some branch hits. This unit which looks basically the same as my last unit now comes with a much more rugged antenna and ladder mount system that really feels like it was made for RV's. After 30 days we've had zero issues and I'm fairly sure its actually doing a slightly better job at boosting the signal. Highly recommend for rural or fringe camping areas.

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