FREMONT, Calif., Dec. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Cellphone-Mate, ( www.surecall.com), a leading provider of cellular signal boosters and accessories, today announced the introduction of the SureCall Fusion-5 (Model No. CM-Fusion-5), a five-band cellular amplifier designed as a cost-effective solution for mid-sized businesses, small businesses and large homes. The Fusion-5 combines dual-band PCS and Cellular coverage for 2G and 3G voice/data along with LTE and AWS coverage for AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile 4G data in a compact and lightweight casing that can be easily installed in most businesses or large residences with areas up to 10,000 square feet. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20121204/SF23311) The introduction of the Fusion-5 follows in the wake of the introduction of its big brother, the Force-5, last spring. As with the Force-5, this new amplifier combines five bands of self-contained cellular amplification in a price range and size unmatched by competitive models. Cellphone-Mate CEO, Hongtao Zhan, comments on the introduction of the second in its series. "The new Fusion-5 combines all the coverage capabilities of the larger Force-5 but at a price range that's easily affordable to small and mid-size businesses. With this new amplifier, we combine emergent technology at a cost most businesses can implement immediately to combine vastly improved voice and data coverage no matter what carrier or service employees are using." With an MSRP of $1,699, the Fusion-5 provides a low-cost cellular solution that would normally be beyond the budgetary scope of smaller businesses needing or requiring 2G through 4G cellular service within their building. At one-fifth the cost and a fraction the size of comparable rack options, the Fusion-5 also provides wireless system integrators and installers with a cost-effective enterprise-grade solution that delivers improved, uninterrupted voice and data to 5-10 simultaneous users. The SureCall® Fusion-5 is FCC approved and is designed as a carrier-neutral solution in one box which universally supports all major carriers in the U.S. on all standards, except IDEN and WiMax for Sprint.