If you're a Verizon Wireless customer and the cell signal in your home or business isn't as strong as you would like, the carrier's new 3G Network Extender may be just what the doctor ordered. The new 3G Network Extender is a “mini-cell site” manufactured by Samsung Mobile. About the size of a wireless router, the 3G Network Extender routes calls through your home broadband Internet connection. The device can assist up to six Verizon Wireless customers in making calls and accessing data. Rest assured, you won't have to share with your neighbors if you don't want to though—you can use the My Verizon portal to set up a list of preferred users who will have access to your Network Extender.
Expand Your 3G Network: Verizon Wireless 3G Network Extender Now Available
Newest In-Home Device Enhances Both Calling & Data Capabilities
10/19/2010 - BASKING RIDGE, NJ — The power to enhance wireless voice and data coverage at home is in customers’ hands with the launch of the Verizon Wireless 3G Network Extender.
Beginning today, customers who live in homes where location, geography or structural conditions interfere with reception can use the Verizon Wireless 3G Network Extender to instantly enhance the signal on their Verizon Wireless phones and smartphones. Now, with the new Verizon Wireless 3G Network Extender, customers can not only make calls and send text and picture messages, they can also download apps, browse the Web, send e-mails, download and play 3D games, and stream video using their home Internet connection.
Ideal for those customers who want to use their wireless devices in homes with structural barriers or homes located in remote, mountainous or hilly areas, the Verizon Wireless 3G Network Extender is easy to set up and can provide coverage within 40 feet of the Network Extender device.
The Verizon Wireless 3G Network Extender, a “mini-cell site” manufactured by Samsung Mobile, is about the size of a wireless router box or woman’s purse and routes Verizon Wireless calls through the customer’s home broadband Internet connection. Up to six Verizon Wireless customers can use their phones and monthly plans to place calls and access data using the Verizon Wireless 3G Network Extender. Customers can also use My Verizon (www.verizonwireless.com/myverizon) to set up a list of preferred users who will have access to their Network Extender. Customers do not need to update their plans or add minutes and will incur no additional monthly charges for using the Verizon Wireless 3G Network Extender.
The Verizon Wireless 3G Network Extender replaces the original Verizon Wireless Network Extender, which was introduced in 2009. The Verizon Wireless 3G Network Extender can be purchased online at www.verizonwireless.com or by calling 1-800-256-4646. The price is $249.99 plus local taxes. For more information, visit www.verizonwireless.com/networkextender.
>> Rest assured, you won't have to share with your neighbors if you don't want to though—you can use the My Verizon portal to set up a list of preferred users who will have access to your Network Extender.
"Preferred" users? So strangers can still use it, right?
Is this a scam where you pay Verizon to become a mini-celltower?
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
For fun, and because I'm crazy,. I thought I'd call the Verizon number in the article and ask them for the answer to my question.
I waited through their queue, and after speaking with a very polite gentleman named Douglas, I was transferred to their wireless group. Another few minutes on hold with that IVR,.. and I was disconnected with a message that "We're sorry, but no one is answering." :(
So its like a Pos-T-Vac for your cell phone:P
Is that an east-coast rapper, or west-coast rapper?
it is a low cost version and look not success
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