Better Phone Service Can Make For A Safer Trip
Published 5:44 am Monday, November 26, 2012
(NAPSI)—Americans spend a lot of time in their cars and even more over the holidays: One car insurance company survey found that almost half of American drivers say they plan on traveling two or more hours during the holiday season.
With all that time on the road, it’s important for drivers and passengers to stay connected. Because most long-distance holiday travel—about 91 percent, according to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics—is by personal vehicle, cell phones and smartphones are a travel necessity.
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In fact, if you’re like 71 percent of cell phone owners, you consider the device an essential connection tool. Yet, if you’re like 65 percent of phone owners, you also have difficulties with your service, such as dropped calls, poor signal reception or dead zones. Considering that the average long-distance trip over the December holidays is 275 miles, that can be a problem.
To reduce dropped or missed calls and data interruption during travel, a leading provider of consumer and commercial cell phone signal boosters created an in-vehicle cell phone signal booster.
It works with most phone carriers, is easy to install and includes a bidirectional amplifier in a sturdy, lightweight cradle for hands-free operation, a cigarette lighter adapter and an external magnetic-mount antenna.
Whether you’re using GPS to get to your destination, distracting your kids during the trip, catching up on e-mail or staying up to date on news and social media, this zBoost zForce by Wi-Ex can help your wireless gadgets perform like the travel lifelines you expect them to be.
This holiday season, you may want to get one for yourself and give others as gifts so family, friends and co-workers can stay connected during their holiday travels and all year long as well.
Visit the www.Wi-Ex.com store and enter promo code NAPS240 for a special price of $75 for zForce with gooseneck between now and December 31st.
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