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Have you been thinking about getting a WeBoost cellular booster, but just haven’t pulled the trigger yet? Well right NOW might be the time. For some time now, WeBoost has offered a 10% discount to RVgeeks viewers on the purchase of a cellular booster.
WE’RE SORRY, YOU’RE TOO LATE! THE DISCOUNT ON WEBOOST PRODUCTS
IS NOW DOWN TO 5% WHEN USING DISCOUNT CODE
RVGEEKS AT WEBOOST.COM
But that’s about to change. WeBoost has tightened their belts, and made the decision that they can no longer handle discounting as much as they have been. As of July 12, 2019, they are reducing ALL discount codes to 5%. That includes the “RVGEEKS” discount code that so many of you have taken advantage of.
WeBoost still makes the best cellular boosters we’re aware of, and they’re still worth owning. And if there’s a sliver of good news in this, it’s that they’ve provided some advance notice, rather than simply reducing the discount without warning.
SO…. if you’ve been thinking about picking up one of those cellular boosters that you’ve been longing for, but just haven’t gotten around to it yet, you have until this coming Thursday (July 11, 2019) to get the same 10% discount that we’ve always been able to offer.
Visit WeBoost.com for complete product details, and to select and order your cellular booster today, of course using the RVGEEKS discount code to save 10%.
To see our original WeBoost Drive 4G-X installation video, click here. Since then, the new WeBoost Drive Reach has gotten great reviews, and is the unit we’d buy for ourselves if we were in the market for a cellular booster today.
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