Philadelphia and HiBoost Cell Phone Signal Booster Installation

Cell Phone Signal Booster Installation in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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! 



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 Philadelphia

Philadelphia is steeped in United States history. It was founded in 1682 by William Penn, after whom the state of Pennsylvania is named. It was where the Founding Fathers met to sign the Declaration of Independence and ratify the Constitution. The city served as one of the capitals of the nation during the Revolutionary War as well as a temporary one while Washington, D.C. was being built. Philadelphia is home to many firsts in American history: the first library, hospital, medical school, the first American Capital, stock exchange, business school, and zoo.

After the Revolutionary War, the state government left Philadelphia and the capital of the United States became the District of Columbia in 1800. As a cultural and financial center, the city had the largest population in the country at the time. It has long had a history as a center for manufacturing, with one of the biggest early industries being textiles. Free blacks came to live in Philadelphia, and founded the African Methodist Episcopal Church, which is the first independent black denomination. Railroads came early to Philadelphia and connected the city to New York, creating more commerce and establishing the city as a transportation hub for goods and people, and created more industry. The first World’s Fair was held there in 1876. Strikes in the city by laborers in 1835 created the first unions and developed the ten hour workday, and laid the ground for workers’ right in America. Philadelphia became a center for incoming immigrants in the 1800s, as well as blacks in the early 20th century leaving the rural South to seek better lives. Today, Philadelphia is home to over one and a half million people with a diverse mix of cultures, religions, and ethnicities.

The economy of the city today is primarily centered on information technology, manufacturing, oil refining, food processing, tourism, financial services, healthcare, and biotechnology. Seven Fortune 1000 companies call Philadelphia home. Comcast, Colonial Penn, Independence Blue Cross, CIGNA, Sunoco, Aramark, GlaxoSmithKline, Boeing, and PepBoys all call the City of Brotherly Love home.

Tourists to Philadelphia can enjoy the city’s many attractions. History buffs will enjoy the many historic landmarks and sites, of which Philadelphia claims the third most in the nation. Popular sites include the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, and the home of Edgar Allen Poe. It is also home to many museums including the Franklin Institute, the Academy of Natural Sciences, and the Mütter Museum, the National Museum of Jewish History, the Rodin Museum, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. It is home to a thriving arts center, with the nation’s oldest opera house, the Academy of Music, Opera Company of Philadelphia and the Pennsylvania Ballet. It has more public art than any other city in the United States. It is also known for some culinary delights, including hoagies, soft pretzels, water ice, and of course, Philly cheesesteaks.

The climate of Philadelphia is in a humid subtropical climate zone. Hot and muggy summers are the norm, and spring and autumn are typically mild, with cold winters. Some years bring lots of snow to the city, and other years have less. On average, Philadelphia gets just under 2 feet of snow a year. Precipitation is otherwise fairly even throughout the calendar year, averaging about 40” or so. The city also occasionally experiences heatwaves with hot and muggy days.

If you live or work in Philadelphia and are having cellular connectivity issues, don't hesitate! Contact us today to see how a HiBoost cell phone signal booster can help you Boost Your Bars!

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