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www.att.com/att/microcell

AT&T's MicroCell is a wireless network extender that acts like a mini cellular tower extending your wireless network in your home or small business for improved cellular performance. Activate and manage your AT&T MicroCell.

www.repeaterstore.com/pages/att-microcell-discontinued

As of 2018, the AT&T MicroCell has officially been discontinued. Read on to find out why, and learn about 5 replacements that you can use to boost your AT&T cell phone signal instead. We also discuss alternatives like Wi-Fi calling, and how it compares to the MicroCell.

www.wilsonamplifiers.com/blog/att-microcell-is-it-worth-it

What is an AT&T MicroCell? When suffering from dropped calls, stuck text messages, and slow internet, an AT&T MicroCell acts like a mini-cell tower, providing signal inside the home or office to give you more bars and coverage for talk & text on 3G.. Unfortunately as of December 31st 2018, AT&T MicroCell has been discontinued. Why is AT&T MicroCell Not Supported or Working Anym...

www.weboost.com/blog/does-the-att-microcell-still-work

Unfortunately for AT&T’s MicroCell supporters, the device was discontinued at the end of 2018. Read on to see how you can continue to get better signal for your phone.

www.business.att.com/categories/inbuilding-wireless.html

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www.cisco.com/c/en/us/solutions/service-provider/mobile-internet/att_microcell...

AT&T and Cisco have developed a robust small cell solution for the home and home office: the AT&T MicroCell. The AT&T MicroCell provides cellular coverage indoors where you need it most.

www.nbcnews.com/id/36973381/ns/technology_and_science-wireless/t/review-att-microcell...

Review: AT&T's MicroCell routes gives anyone with an AT&T "3G" phone flawless reception at home. But unless you pay an extra fee each month, you'll still be using minutes from your cell phone plan ...