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Rp5 Full Duplex Car Gsm Booster on 2040-parts.com

US $90.00
Location:

Chisinau, Moldova, Moldova

Chisinau, Moldova, Moldova
Condition:New Brand:Remotec Warranty:Yes

Increase the capability of receiving signal of the cellular phone in moving vehicle. High output power. Greatly improve the communicating performance of the cellular phone while driving, eliminating problems such as unstable reception, unclear vocal quality, difficult in accessing calls or even calls being disconnected. Also, if you command 8 boosters, 2 for free. Also included antenna as a bonus

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