Phoenix and HiBoost Cell Phone Signal Booster Installation

Cell Phone Signal Booster Installation in Phoenix

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 Phoenix

Phoenix is the capital city of the state of Arizona and the state capital with the highest population. It sits in the Valley of the Sun near the convergence of the Salt and Gila Rivers, which supply the canals necessary for the irrigated farming in the area. It was first established as a city in 1881.

Farming based on cotton, cattle, climate, copper, and citrus (called the Five C’s) helped drive the economy of the city for much of its formative years. The introduction of the railroad in the late 1800s connected Phoenix to Flagstaff, Prescott, and other cities, making the town a center of commerce. In 1912, Arizona became the 48th state and Phoenix became its capital city. Phoenix was one of the first cities in the U.S. to have a council-manager government. Its first skyscraper was the Heard Building, built in 1920. The area surrounding Phoenix became known as the “Valley of the Sun” due to an advertising program promoting tourism to the area. Phoenix is near to three separate Air Force bases that trained pilots for WWII and after the war, many of these servicemen returned with their families, increasing the population of Phoenix.  As air conditioning became more accessible the population also went up. Manufacturing and electronics companies became based in the area and took advantage of the cheap labor pool. Primary sectors in Phoenix today are manufacturing, real estate, finance and insurance, health care, and retail. Today tourism is one of the top ten sectors in the city. Fortune 500 companies headquartered in Phoenix include PetSmart, Republic Services, Freeport-McMoRan, Avnet, and Honeywell. Other major companies based in the city are U-Haul International, Best Western, and Apollo Group.

Tourism boomed in the 1960s and is still an important industry to the city’s economy, especially for retirees and “snowbirds” who seek warmer climates to escape their colder permanent residence. Residents and travelers to Phoenix can enjoy the Phoenix Symphony Orchestra, Ballet Arizona, and Arizona Opera, as well as the city’s many performance venues, museums, and downtown art scene. The public art piece Her Secret is Patience is the defining art installation in the city. Much the city’s tourism is based on the sunny weather and natural attractions.

The geography of Phoenix is primarily flat with the exception of the several surrounding mountain ranges. It is located in the northern part of the Sonoran Desert and has a subtropical desert climate. This makes the city experience extremely long hot summers and mild to warm winters. It has over 3,800 hours of sunshine a year and is the sunniest major city on the planet. Rainfall is usually less than 10” throughout the year, with most falling during the North American Monsoon season, which happens from about June through September. Monsoon season in Phoenix greatly increases the chances of flash flooding, hail, wind damage, and dust storms, some of which may turn into a haboob, an especially severe form of dust storm that rides on weather fronts and can cause walls of dust over 60 miles wide.

If you live or work in Phoenix and are experiencing connectivity problems, contact HiBoost and ask us how we can help.

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