Critic reviews

8.6
3 reviews
  • Design and form factor
    8.0
  • Ease of use
    8.8

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7.5
2 reviews
  • Design and form factor
    7.0
  • Ease of use
    8.0
9.0
Laptop Magazine Apr 28, 2009

The Verizon Wireless Network Extender is no impulse purchase—at $249, it costs more than most phones on Verizon’s network. Yet it works—and without any service fees. For any Verizon Wireless customer trying to get a signal in remote areas, the Extender is a great buy.

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8.0
CNET Feb 19, 2009

If you live in an area with poor Verizon Wireless coverage and have a home broadband network, the Verizon Wireless Network Extender will work to improve your signal strength.

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9.0
phoneArena Jan 19, 2011

After using the Verizon 3G Network Extender for over a week with our two phones, we are pleased with the results, as call quality is somewhat improved with voices sounding better on both ends. It also provides EVDO Rev A for data, which is a noticeable improvement.

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8.0
kcb2 kcb2

Ultimately this gives signal when a tower signal is too weak or non-existent. It doesn't always reflect accurately on the phone's signal bars (especially if there is a competing 4G signal in the area). But I get solid calls at home in what would normally be a dead spot.

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7.0
seberry seberry

The Verizon Network Extender is cool if you're in a not-so-great service area, but it uses your home's bandwidth and you still pay for the minutes you use... Somewhat puzzling since it's not using Verizon's infrastructure and you have to pay $100+ for it.

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