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The repeaters on this page all cover voice and 2G/3G data. Some of them also boost AT&T 4G/LTE. Our repeaters are all built to an extremely high standard, and if you might be using LTE in 3-5 years then it could make sense to get an LTE capable repeater now. As LTE is relatively new, there are slightly fewer options for LTE repeaters.
Select the area you need to cover:
If you currently have LTE at your property, or are likely to get it within a few years, we recommend going with a repeater which also covers LTE. As LTE is relatively new, there are slightly fewer options for LTE repeaters.
Up to 2500 sq ft
Up to 2,500 sq ft. coverage area
Voice + 3G All Networks
4G AT&T LTE & T-Mobile
Up to 8000 sq ft
3 Band Amplifier
Covers 2G, 3G, and AT&T 4G LTE
Up to 8,000 sq ft coverage
Up to 10000 sq ft
Covers 2G, 3G, & 4G for Verizon
Up to 10,000 sq ft coverage
Here are the best options for boosting AT&T signal on the move. You can also check out the relevant dedicated sections for more options: portable repeaters, marine repeaters, vehicle and RV repeaters.
Best for vehicle
Dual Band Amplifier Kit
Supports multiple wireless users
Best for RV
For Ambulances and RVs
Permanent kit for vehicle installations
Perfect for emergency services and RVs
Best for Marine
2G, 3G on all networks
Specially put together for marine use
For voice, 2G and 3G AT&T uses a mix of the 850MHz and 1900MHz blocks. These are the same frequency blocks used by almost all US and Canadian networks. A repeater that works on these frequencies is called "dual band", and so any "dual band" repeater you see on RepeaterStore will boost most voice, 2G and 3G in the US and Canada.
For 4G LTE AT&T primarily uses the Lower 700 MHz C Block, specifically 698 to 746 MHz. All of our repeaters marked as compatible with AT&T 4G operate on this frequency range. AT&T currently uses this frequency for super-fast 4G data. Voice, 2G and 3G continue to run on the "dual band" frequencies of 850/1900MHz.
In the past frequency use was very region specific and didn't change often, allowing users to purchase a single band amplifier which would cover just one of the frequency blocks. Now however, AT&T and other networks often switch the frequencies used in specific areas, or divides service across both frequencies. For that reason RepeaterStore no longer recommends single band amplifiers.
AT&T is the 2nd largest cell phone network operator in the US. A signal booster for AT&T can help people with zero, bad or not great signal in their home, office, or vehicle. An AT&T signal booster from RepeaterStore can help you eliminate dropped calls, improve poor voice quality and increase slow 3G and 4G data speeds.
Any questions please give us a call on 800-761-3041, or send us an email.