Indianapolis and HiBoost Cell Phone Signal Booster Installation

Cell Phone Signal Booster Installation in Indianapolis

At HiBoost, we're in the business of providing connectivity solutions for improving  poor cell phone signal reception in residential, commercial, industrial, and vehicular applications. Our five band boosters are carrier agnostic and work with all major U.S. cellular service providers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and U.S. Cellular. Our cell phone signal boosters boost talk, text, data, and battery life for all smart and mobile devices, and are capable of handling multiple users per band. If your cell phone signal reception is holding you back, give us a call and find out how a cell phone signal amplifier from HiBoost can help you Boost Your Bars! 

 

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Our boosters for consumers from the Home, Travel, and Commercial Pro line can be installed by the end user, but for our industrial boosters you must have prior network approval and professional installation. We've teamed up with a national network of integration specialists. Click the links for more information about professional installation and our free floor plan analysis. If you need additional information, contact us for a free consultation about what booster works best for you.

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The City of Indianapolis 

It is the largest city in Indiana and the capital. It is the seat of Marion County. Technically, it is part of the East North Central region of the Midwest. It has a population of over 850,000 people and that makes it the second most populated city in the Midwest and the 15th in the nation. The Indianapolis metro area is home to 2 million people and the 34th largest in the nation. It is within a day's drive of 70% of the nation's residents, and its importance in transportation was established early on with the completion of the National Road and the coming of the railroad early on in its history. This has led to the nickname for the city of "Crossroads of the Nation."

Indianapolis was created to be the seat of Indiana's government, and built near the White River in 1821. Many early settlers were Protestants from America and Europe, and a large number of Catholic Irish and German immigrants as well. The National Road, the first big federally funded highway, was built out to to Indianapolis in 1827, and the railroads soon followed. It became incorporated in 1847. Its prime location on major trade routes made it important to military logistics during the Civil War. Following the Civil War and the Second Industrial Revolution the city grew exponentially, and by 1890 it was a center for railways and had a population of over 100,000. The city continued to grow throughout the twentieth century and in the 1980s, a plan was developed to market the city as a sports tourism capital. It has the most monuments to veterans and memorials to the fallen outside of the nation's capital. 

The city sits on the the Tipton Till Plain, created by glacier action in the last Ice Age. Its highest point is at 900 feet above sea level and its lowest is 650 feet. Kames, a kind of short ridge, rise up to over a 100 feet around the surrounding landscape. Its surrounding land is very fertile and arable, and is important to agricultural pursuits. The city is in a humid continental climate zone with four distinct seasons. Hot, humid, and rainy summers are the norm with cold winters that bring moderate amounts of snowfall. Unpredictable weather can mar otherwise pleasant transitional seasons in autumn and spring. Spring and summer are the rainiest times, and most rain comes from thunderstorms. The area has no distinct dry season. Its position in the east central part of the United States makes it prone to thunderstorm activity. 

The economy of Indianapolis is based principally on finance, insurance, manufacturing, business and professional services, education, health care, government, and trade. Other sources of revenue include amateur sports and auto racing. It annually hosts the Indianapolis auto racing event. The city is a major exporter of pharmaceuticals, motor vehicle parts, medical equipment and supplies, engine and power equipment, and aircraft products and parts. It is home to 3 Fortune 500 companies: Athem Inc, a health insurance company, Eli Lilly, a pharmaceutical company, and Simon Property Group, which is the largest real estate investment trust in the U.S. Other major companies include Calumet Specialty Products Partners, Allison Transmission, Emmis Communications, Finish Line, Lids, OneAmerica, Republic Airways, Rolls-Royce Holdings, Celadon Group, Noble Roman's, Scotty's Brewhouse, and Steak 'n Shake. Biotechnology, life sciences, and health care are a growing industry in Indianapolis. Due to its sports tourism, the hospitality industry is also a major part of Indianapolis' economy as well. 

Indianapolis serves the area as an important cultural center. It hosts the Month of May event, which leads up to the Indianapolis 500, Circle City IN Pride, Indiana Black Expo, Indiana State Fair, and Historic Irvington Halloween Festival. It also has many important museums, including the Indianapolis Museum of Art, which is the ninth oldest and eight largest encyclopedic art museum in the United States, and has over 54,000 works in its permanent collection. The Indianpolis Art Center was founded in 1934 by the WPA program. In 2001, the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art opened. The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art first opened in the 1989 and is the only Native American art museum in the Midwest. Indianapolis also has a thriving performing arts district and many colleges and universities. 

If you live or work in Indianapolis and are experiencing cellular connectivity issues, what are you waiting for? Contact HiBoost today and learn how we can create a customized solution to meet your needs so you can Boost Your Bars!

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