Block Caller Id Verizon Wireless Cell Phone Restricted Network
Heavy Duty Block Caller Id Verizon Wireless Cell Phone provides up to 80W of power and covers up to 120 meters, you need it depending on the signal strength of the application. The cell phone jammer is designed for outdoor and indoor use as it comes with a waterproof cover. We can fix it indoors and even outdoors in prisons, detention centers and learning institutions. When cell phone jammer worked, cell phone users were limited, no text, no internet, no phone calls, no communication. This is a necessary way to prevent prisoners from contacting outsiders or candidates cheating with other communication tools, for academic testing centers and for issuing standardized tests. Also, it has a self-cooling design. We all know that all electronics have to get hot after long hours of work. If the product gets hot, the work efficiency will be affected and the range will be reduced. So, we add a cooling system radiator to keep the device cooler and provide more consistent performance and better range. Integrated circuit protection to prevent damage when the antenna is shorted or disconnected.
If you have a cafe, bookstore or movie theater and want to do something for most of your customers for more returns - install a jammer device and stop some boring cell phone calls. You know, some people might complain that they don't want to be interrupted by other people when they're on the phone...and you know, the reminders and warnings at the entrance can't do anything about it, some guys can't live without a cell phone minute. So, you need Block Caller Id Verizon Wireless Cell Phone to block 2G 3G 4G signal for you. Of course, please be reminded outside that your area is covered by jammers and cell phones are available, and if they need to go somewhere to call. Yes, cell phone users must have a free area that will not disturb others. Finally, please note that cell phone jammers are not yet available for upcoming 5G signals, something that will take a long time to achieve 5G in most areas, but only for existing 2G 3G 4G signals.