WHY A MJOOSE CASE?
mJoose patented technology delivers better reception by extending your coverage to more cell phone towers–so you can get away and stay connected.
REACH MORE TOWERS
MORE BATTERY LIFE WHEN YOU NEED IT
Our powerful 2500 mAh battery extender doubles the iPhone battery life giving users twice as long to surf, talk and text.
PRIORITY & FAST CHARGING
Increases Signal Strength
100% Battery Boost
Reduces radiation up to 70%
WORKS ON ALL CARRIERS AND NETWORKS
WHAT IS MJOOSE?
The mJoose smartphone optimizer is the world’s first and only smartphone “case” that actively increases your phone’s reception. Its proprietary active antenna technology means you get strong connections at home, on the road, deep in buildings, and in rural areas with fewer cell towers—in 2G, 3G, 4G, and LTE bands. That means fewer dropped calls, missed texts and loss of crucial data or web connections.
At the same time, the mJoose case cuts radiation exposure by up to 70%. It also provides a backup power source, doubling your phone’s battery life. And it even offers added protection against drops and other damage. Approved by both the FCC and Apple, and awarded an Innovation Award at the 2017 CES, mJoose is a signal-amplifying, battery-extending, radiation-reducing, phone-protection smartphone accessory for those who can’t afford to lose their connections.
Unlike smartphone cases with passive antennas, mJoose’s proprietary active or powered antenna boosts your phone’s reception by amplifying its signal and connection with towers. You get more bars in more places—and less potentially harmful radiation exposure at the same time.
It’s the must-have smartphone accessory for doctors, emergency responders, parents, stock traders, and anyone who can’t afford to lose his or her signal or web access. Currently available for the upgraded iPhone SE2022, SE2020, 8 and 7, the award-winning mJoose will soon be available for
current iPhone and Galaxy smartphones. It also works with all major wireless carriers, including Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, AT&T, and numerous secondary or MVNO carriers.