SureCall vs Wilson Electronics
Leading the cell repeater industry are two major players, SureCall and the Wilson Electronics family of products, WilsonPro and weBoost. Both manufacturers’ products do a wonderful job of reducing dropped calls, speeding up data, and improving cell phone battery life. Their signal boosters are FCC-approved and most models from both manufacturers are compatible with all the wireless carriers, for multiple simultaneous users.
So, is one manufacturer better than the other? Both SureCall and Wilson Electronics are quality brands of high-performance signal boosters. They match up pretty evenly among their core product offerings for small and medium businesses. Each manufacturer has unique products that may stand out for you and your building, however, depending on numerous factors.
Differences Between SureCall vs Wilson Electronics
SureCall Signal Boosters
SureCall is the innovative, Silicon Valley-based leader in the field, often putting out new products that are “firsts” of a kind. The SureCall Fusion7 was the first to boost cellular and Wi-Fi network signals in one product, for example. The Flare, designed for homes and small offices, was the first to combine the signal booster’s indoor antenna and amplifier into one unit. SureCall’s innovative products also have a bit more artistic design.
SureCall signal boosters max out at around 25,000 square feet of coverage, so if you are dealing with larger buildings or an area about that size with significant dead zone and data speed problems, you probably need a WilsonPro. However, for the vast majority of buildings, it’s worth checking the details to see how comparable SureCall and Wilson signal boosters stack up against each other.
Wilson Electronics Signal Boosters
Wilson Electronics signal boosters have a strong reputation for reliable performance, easy setup, and the ability to improve cell phone reception for all carriers within the advertised coverage area. Wilson signal boosters are made in the USA and competitively priced. Their product lineup includes boosters for vehicles, homes, offices, and extremely large commercial buildings.
Wilson Electronics has a consumer line called weBoost and a business and commercial lineup called WilsonPro. The weBoost lineup includes indoor cell signal boosters for areas of up to 7,500 square feet, with models that enhance signals in both rural and urban areas.
WilsonPro has advanced solutions for larger buildings. The WilsonPro 70 can be recommended for buildings in the 20,000 to 50,000 square foot range, depending on local conditions. For even larger facilities, the WilsonPro 4000 covers more than 100,000 square feet and has a rack-mounted version available.
Finding the Best Wireless Amplifier
There’s no “one right answer” for everybody. A downtown high-rise building will need a different product than a factory outside the city, even if the square footage is similar. That’s why we might recommend a SureCall, Wilson, or another brand of wireless amplifier depending on your needs. Talk to us at Atlantic Technology Group if you have questions about picking the right wireless signal booster.