The weBoost Drive 4G-X RV comes in a series of boxes that make it easy to plan the installation. Instructions are simple, direct and ideal for do-it-yourselfers.
The bottom-weighted, rubber-footed indoor antenna found a home on the fireplace mantel, and the cable was routed through the cabinet. This was relatively simple because the cabinet was already disassembled for the Furrion entertainment-system installation that will be featured in Trailer Life this fall.
During the test, bars increased from two to five, and placing calls and using the internet was fast and flawless. While this photo shows the phone next to the antenna, improvements were realized throughout the main cabin of the trailer.


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