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If you’ve had problems with weak cell signal, you’re not alone. It’s projected that 273.8 million mobile phone users experienced poor cellular connectivity at some time during this past year. For businesses, poor connectivity is more than a mere inconvenience. 

It can mean lost productivity, especially since 55% of employees prefer using their own mobile device at work instead of a desk phone. It can also mean missed sales opportunities caused by dropped calls and poor cell service. Understandably, customers get frustrated from not being able to access loyalty program apps or simply use their phones altogether while inside a store.

Security is another concern with two-factor authorization being dependent on cellular network access. And in emergency situations, the ability to make outside calls and contact others is vital.

What's causing poor cell signal?

If your business is experiencing bad cell signal, chances are that your cell phone carrier is not to blame. More than likely, it’s your building that's blocking cellular signal from entering. Whether it’s the combination of natural or man-made barriers between your location and the closest cell tower or the concrete, metal, glass, or foam insulation used to construct your building, there could be several reasons why the incoming cell signal keeps getting blocked.  

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What’s the solution for weak cell signal?

An effective solution you should consider for improving your in-building cell coverage can be found among our selection of WilsonPro cellular amplifiers. Unlike most Active Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS), our multi-carrier solution ends dropped calls, missed texts, and slow data speeds for everyone in your building regardless of the mobile carrier they use.

All-inclusive and FCC-approved, WilsonPro solutions have been custom designed and installed in all types of buildings, including:

  • Factories
  • Warehouses
  • Parking garages
  • Retail stores
  • Office complexes
  • Schools and universities
  • Hospitals and medical centers

We serve the needs of all businesses in all industries – essentially any indoor coverage area starting at 7,500 square feet to more than 100,000 square feet. And installation time for a WilsonPro system can average between two to eight weeks; not the months or years that are commonly associated with other solutions such as Active DAS, and at a fraction of the cost. 

Trust a Leader in Cell Signal Amplification Technology

Not only is WilsonPro the recognized leader in commercial-grade, cell signal enhancement technology, we established the entire category by designing and manufacturing amplifiers, antennas, and related components. For over 20 years, we’ve developed custom solutions to help businesses of all sizes solve their cellular connectivity issues. So, why does WilsonPro remain at the forefront of the industry today?

  • A true pioneer in cell signal amplification, we introduced the concept of carrier-agnostic cloud management for the remote monitoring of cell signal amplification systems, all from a smartphone or tablet.
  • We are the innovator and sole provider of Multi-Tower Targeting Technology, making it possible to produce stronger cell signal amplification per carrier than our competitors, with a single amplifier.
  • Our proprietary antennas and other products are proudly designed, tested, and assembled in the USA, in stark contrast to the off-the-shelf components used in competing systems.

Once your WilsonPro system is installed, you can feel assured that the work is being handled by a skilled professional integrator, certified by Wilson University in Dallas, Texas, a training program recognized as a Building Industry Consulting Services International (BICSI), Continuing Education Credit provider. For these reasons and more, businesses and government institutions alike trust WilsonPro to solve their unique cellular connectivity challenges.

WilsonPro Success Stories

Cellular Amplifier System Improves Patient Care in California Hospital

Doctors, administrators, and staff members at CHOC Children's Hospital were frustrated with poor cellular signal in specific areas of the hospital. In response, they turned to WilsonPro to design a customized solution that aligned with their budget. Everyone was thrilled with the results, including Adam Gold, CHOC’s Chief Technology Officer. He said, “I think we’ve made our customers happy, that being the patients. And I think we’ve made our associates happy, those being the clinicians. I definitely think we’ve seen a difference and I’m really happy with the way it turned out.Read the case study to learn how improved cellular connectivity contributed to better healthcare delivery.

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Weak Cell Signal Problem Is Top Priority for Property Manager

Tenants in a Los Angeles-area office building experienced dropped calls and weak cell signal almost daily. Property manager Simone Wilson was determined to solve the problem, which included the inability for tenants and visitors to make cell phone calls while in the lobby. She reached out to a WilsonPro-certified installer to create a cellular signal amplifier system for the entire eight-story building. She was pleased with the results and time frame. “The installation was very quick. It didn’t impact our tenants at all,” she said. Read the case study for a more in-depth look at how WilsonPro provided the ideal solution.

How to Get Started Today

Connecting everyone, everywhere is not a lofty statement. For WilsonPro, it’s the driving force behind everything we do. It’s why our growing list of satisfied clients includes Fortune 500 companies, technology giants, respected universities, and charitable organizations. Our products will continue to enhance cell signals for all phones and cellular-connected devices, on all U.S. carrier networks, for the next decade and beyond – even in a 5G world.

WilsonPro is the best choice for commercial, in-building cell signal enhancement solutions. To learn more about a customized system to address the needs of your business, contact us today.