Texas and HiBoost Cell Phone Signal Booster Installation
Cell Phone Signal Booster Installation in Texas
HiBoost makes and sells cell phone signal boosters. Our boosters are available in Texas and are guaranteed to work with all American cellular service providers and all manufacturers' makes and models of mobile devices. Our cell phone signal amplifiers boost talk, text, data, and battery life for all smart mobile devices and are capable of supporting multiple users per band. We make a variety of boosters for use in homes, vehicles, commercial, and industrial use. If you’re a resident in the Lone Star State and in need of better cellular signal, a cell phone signal amplifier from HiBoost can help you get better signal coverage.
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Our boosters for consumers from the Home, Travel, and Commercial Pro line can be installed by the end user. However, for commercial and industrial boosters you must have prior network approval and professional installation. We work 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 support, contact us for a free consultation about what booster works best for you.
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The State of Texas
Texas is a state in the southern central United States. It is bordered by New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana. Its southern edge is bordered by the Mexican states of Tamaulipas, Nuevo León, Coahuila, and Chihuahua and it also has an extensive coastline on the Gulf of Mexico. Texas is the second largest state in area and second largest in population.
Prior to European exploration and habitation, Texas was home to many different Native American tribes, some of which included the Wichita, Tonkawa, Kiowa, Karankawa, Coushatta, Choctaw, Comanche, Caddo, Apache, and Alabama. No one tribe truly dominated the region. The name Texas comes from the Caddoan word, Tejas, which means "friend." Texas is often referred to as having "six flags over Texas," which comes from the territory being claimed by the French, Spanish, Mexican, Republic of Texas, the Confederacy, and the United States. Texas was a republic from 1836-1846, and the star in its flag represents this. This is why Texas is called the "Lone Star State." It became the 28th state in 1846.
If the state of Texas was a country, it'd be the 40th largest after Zambia and Chile. The second largest state has 10 climatic regions, 11 ecological regions, and 14 soil regions. Dividing up the state by region thus becomes problematic, but it is roughly divided into four regions: the Basin and Range Province, Great Plains, Gulf Coastal Plains, and Interior Lowlands. The Basin and Range Province covers the area of Far West Texas along with the Franklin Mountains by El Paso. The Great Plains area is categorized by its steppe and prairie landscape that dominates the area around central Texas and into the panhandle, down to hill country by Austin. The Interior Lowlands has rolling hills and forested, hilly land going out to East Texas. The Gulf Coastal Plains region skirts the Gulf coast and typically has thick piney forests. The state has over 3,000 streams and 15 main rivers, many of which used to be navigable but are no longer due to use in irrigation. The state has very few naturally occurring lakes but has 100 or more reservoirs. It has more native birds than any other state, with almost 600 native species.
Due to the state's large area and diverse geography and centered position, it is subject to very changeable weather. It has multiple climate zones. The Panhandle region of Texas has colder weathers and experiences yearly snowfall, while at the opposite end the Gulf Coast has very mild winters and snows are very rare. Most of the state sits in a humid subtropical zone, with 10% of its area in the west characterized as a desert climate. Semi-arid regions and several other smaller pockets of different climate zones also exist for some locales. North Central Texas sits squarely at the tail end of Tornado Alley and Texas has more tornadoes than any other state, with an average of 139 a year. Hurricanes and tropical cyclones also can threaten the state. In fact, the deadliest natural disaster in the history of the United States was the 1900 Galveston hurricane, which decimated the city and took an estimated 8,000-12,000 lives. More recently, Hurricane Rita in 2005 and Hurricane Ike in 2008 made landfall and caused widespread devastation.
The economy of Texas was historically based on cattle, cotton, oil, and timber. Post WWII, this diversified into universities and subsequent industry in high tech fields. The oil boom led to the manufacturing of petroleum based products and petrochemicals. Other industries include biomedical sciences, electronics, computers, energy, and aerospace. Agriculture is also still important to the state. It has the second largest GDP after California. This relative affluence of the state and low cost of living lead to thriving commerce. The DFW area has more shopping malls than any other American metropolitan area per capita. Mexico is the state's largest partner in trade of goods, and imports around a third of the state's exports. The state produces more wind energy than any other, but reliance on fossil fuels means that the state has the highest output of greenhouse gases in the U.S. Tourism to the state is encouraged by its diversity of geography, history, and culture.
Residents in the Lone Star State enjoy access to all national cellular carriers, but due to environmental conditions or other factors some people may not have full access to decent cellular coverage. If you live or work in Texas and are having connectivity issues, it may not be your carrier’s fault. If you need to Boost Your Bars, check out cell phone signal amplifier kits from HiBoost.
Our products are available in all these Texas cities and more:
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