US Cellular

US Cellular makes use of both 800 and 1900 MHz frequency signals. Therefore, in order to select a suitable repeater to improve the signal for the US Cellular network, you need to ascertain the frequency US Cellular employs in your area. The following data should help you with this:

800 MHz Coverage

   California Eureka   
   Indiana Iowa City, Cedar Rapids, Dubuque, Des Moines, Water Lou 

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   Maryland Coverage Pending 
   Missouri St. Joseph,  Columbia
   North Carolina Asheville, Wilmington, Jacksonville
   Oregon Medford 
   Pennsylvania Coverage Pending 
   Tennessee Knoxville 
   Virginia Roanoke, Charlottesville, Lynchburg
   Washington Yakima, Richland  
   West Virginia Hagerstown,  Cumberland
   Wisconsin Sheboygan, Green Bay, Janesville, Racine, Kenosha, Madison, Milwaukee, Appleton  

1900 MHz Coverage

   Illinois Normal, Chicago, Decatur, Peoria, Bloomington, Rockford, Kankakee, Springfield, Urbana,  Champaign,

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   Indiana Michigan City 
   Oklahoma Stillwater, Ponca City, Enid
   Nebraska Omaha 


If any of this information is unclear or you have other questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. Remember also that our Repeater Kits come with our money back guarantee if you do end up selecting a repeater on the wrong frequency band.


Other Options

If your area is not covered in the list above, another option to consider is using the Wireless Advisor website and entering your zip code. This is usually a good source of information for what frequency cellular networks are using in your area. note, however, that this website may inform you that US Cellular holds a license to both 800 and 1900 MHz frequency bands - not which band is actually in use.

Alternatively, you can contact US Cingular and ask for information on which frequency band is in use in your area. This is potentially a reliable source of information if you manage to get in contact with a knowledgeable US Cellular representative.


Dual Band Repeaters

A dual band repeater will operate on both the 800 and 1900 MHz frequency bands and therefore there is no need to determine which frequency your network is using in your area. This can also be useful if you have multiple users who use different network providers that happen to operate on different frequencies. Try the following dual band repeaters:

Dual band repeater kits for all US Cellular coverage



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