- Siyata Mobile (TSXV:SIM) has launched its 4G cellular signal booster product line in the United States through Amazon.com
- The company’s booster kits strengthen cellular signals in homes, offices, garages, basements, vehicles, and other locations
- Siyata Mobile has noted an increased need for such products as COVID-19 has forced people to work from home
- The company is investigating opportunities to provide its boosters through one of its US cellular carrier partners
- Siyata Mobile (SIM) is up 8.33 per cent and is currently trading at C$0.13 per share
Siyata Mobile (TSXV:SIM) has launched its 4G cellular signal booster product line in the United States through Amazon.com.
The company’s booster kits strengthen cellular signals in homes, offices, garages, basements, vehicles, and other locations. Additional benefits include clearer phone calls, faster data speeds, and coverage in remote corners of the home or office.
Siyata’s kits can support up to 20 devices wirelessly, with the Uniden U60P 4G kit providing up to 2,500 square feet of coverage. The company claims that the boosters also reduce the radiation that phones emit, and can increase phone battery life.
In addition to providing for civilians, Siyata has also launched a booster for enterprise and first responders in their vehicles.
The company’s complete Uniden product portfolio includes four different cellular signal booster kits for home and the office. All four of these products are now available for purchase on the website of e-commerce giant, Amazon.com.
This entry into one of the world’s largest and most successful online markets is a significant milestone for the company.
Siyata Mobile has noted that, now more than ever, the need for such cellular booster products is on the rise. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced millions to work from home or remotely, putting pressure on networks for phones and computers.
Siyata Mobile’s CEO, Marc Seelenfreund, commented on the launch into the US market. He also noted the increase in remote working and working from home caused by COVID-19.
“To date, the majority of our booster sales have been from Canada, so we are extremely excited to introduce our Uniden 4G cellular signal booster portfolio to the US ecommerce market, starting with Amazon.
“As more businesses realize the effectiveness and benefits of working remotely and on the road, our priority is to ensure that their homes, businesses and commuting workforce can rely on a strong signal for staying connected with their customers, co-workers and family,” he said.
The company is investigating opportunities to provide its boosters through one of its US cellular carrier partners.
Siyata Mobile (SIM) is up 8.33 per cent and trading at C$0.13 per share at 2:04pm EDT.