Features of the SureCall Fusion2Go 3.0 truck/off‑road high‑gain antenna system
- Best price‑for‑performance ratio of any mobile booster.
- Excellent 5G and 4G/LTE gain and power for all major U.S. and Canadian cellular networks. (Learn more about 5G compatibility.)
- The Fusion2Go booster installs easily under your seat or in any other convenient, well-ventilated spot. Mounting holes allow you to secure the booster to drillable surfaces.
- RFI’s 38.2″ (90.7 cm) fiberglass whip antenna includes 16.4′ (5.0 m) of RG58 coax cable and a quick-release feature for easy, fast setup and takedown. (Learn more.)
- Standard 2½″ rail mount secures the whip antenna to rails and brackets 11⁄16″ (7 mm) or larger. (Learn more.)
- Optional upgraded outside antenna mount: (See images below.)
- The Top Signal MagMAX 3X magnet mount firmly secures the RFI antenna to a steel roof.
- The Rhino-Rack folding aerial antenna bracket with 3‑way mount attaches to rails, ladders, and Rhino-Rack systems and folds 180° to 7 positions for low clearance or vehicle storage.
- Boosts voice, text, and data.
- Boosts cell signal for multiple users simultaneously.
The SureCall Fusion2Go 3.0 cell phone signal booster provides excellent uplink power for better cellular reception on the road. The Fusion2Go has over 2½ times the uplink power of other mobile boosters in its class.
The 38″ RFI Q-Fit® whip antenna provides 4.5 to 6.5 dBi of signal gain, sending up to 4½ times the signal to the Fusion2Go booster so you can stay connected, experience fewer dropped calls and missed messages, and have more reliable access to navigation and entertainment apps on your smartphone.
Antenna quick-release & mounting options
RFI antenna Q‑Fit quick release
Who is the SureCall Fusion2Go 3.0 truck/off‑road high‑gain antenna system for?
When you need the best cell phone signal in your car at the best possible price.
- OTR truckers and drivers of other CMVs.
- Off-road and overlanding vehicles.
- Drivers who live or work in rural and remote areas, where available cell signal is weak.
- Field service technicians (oil, gas, agriculture, etc.).
- Government agencies (Forest Service, executive and legislative staff, military, etc.).
- Emergency responders (police, sheriff, fire, EMT, etc.).
Installing the SureCall Fusion2Go 3.0 truck/off‑road high‑gain antenna system does not require professional help; you can do it yourself in about 30 minutes.
- If you use the standard 2½″ mount or Rhino-Rack mount: Attach this mount to a rail or bracket in a location that will provide the whip antenna with the clearest 360° field of view.
- If you use the optional MagMAX 3X mount: Secure this mount to a steel surface with a flat edge facing forward, into the wind stream. (See this photo.) Do not mount it with a pointed end facing forward. The whip antenna should have the clearest 360° field of view possible.
- Thread the cable connected to the whip antenna’s spring mount through the hole on the rail or MagMAX 3X mount. Secure the spring mount to the rail or MagMAX mount from the bottom with the jam nut (included).
- Run the RG58 coax cable inside to the booster unit. If you run the cable through a door, thread it through and behind the doorway’s weatherstripping, securing the cable where needed to keep it from flailing in the wind. Connect the cable to the booster.
- Adhere the server (inside) antenna as close as possible to where you keep your phone while driving. For example, if you dock your phone in a cradle on the dashboard, the server antenna should be mounted to the dashboard right behind the cradle. (The closer the server antenna is to the phone, the more likely you are to receive improved signal when outside reception is very weak.)
- Run the server antenna’s RG302 coax cable to the booster.
- Plug in the booster using the DC power supply cable.
Typical setup of the SureCall Fusion2Go 3.0 truck/off‑road high‑gain antenna. (Click to enlarge.)
Works with all major cellular carriers
The SureCall Fusion2Go 3.0 works with all major wireless carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, DISH Wireless, UScellular, GCI Alaska, and most others.
It operates on common cellular frequencies.
- 700 MHz (SMH) bands 12, 13, 17.
- 850 MHz (Cellular 850) band 5.
- 1700/2100 MHz (AWS) band 4.
- 1900 MHz (PCS) bands 2, 25.
For information on federal rules governing the use of consumer cell signal boosters, please see our FCC notice page.
Prop 65 notice
Warning This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Commercial truck/pickup truck/service truck/off-highway vehicle
Omnidirectional rail-mount whip (×1) + omnidirectional magnet-mount monopole (×1)
Omnidirectional low-profile (×1)
RG58 / RG174 / RG302
+50 dB max
Max Output Power (Uplink):
Max Output Power (Downlink):
Booster Case Material:
For warranty information on this product, please see our SureCall warranty information page.