Installing TOGO Roadlink C2 by Winegard
They are sort of apples and oranges. The TOGO RV Winegard is a single cell data hotspot on the single carrier AT&T. The weBoost amplifies all types of cell carrier signals and can do multiple devices at the same time.
The weBoost is a booster with the outside cell antenna to a cell amplifier in the rig then the signal is rebroadcast by an inside cell antenna.
The TOGO RV has an outside cell antenna that captures the ATT cell signal then converts it to a WiFi signal and feeds it into a WiFi signal router then rebroadcasts it via WiFi antennas inside the unit itself on the roof.
Having said that the last trip I did to the US for 6 months we only used the weBoost system 3 times. I'm finding cell coverage is improving to rural areas each year making the booster less and less needed. The biggest pain point I encounter now is crowded, slow cell towers when that happens speeds slow and disconnects happen, no booster can solve that. That's why having multiple data devices and carrier options helps as many times one carrier is slow and another is fast.
I'm actually testing a different cell booster right now as well from American Booster. https://www.loveyourrv.com/rv-cell-signal-booster-installation-american-booster-voltex-50/
Headed to Death Valley today and hear cell signals are weak there so it will be a good test for both systems I hope.