Utah Mountains

by Wendy
(Las Vegas)

We are thinking of buying some land in the Utah mountains but in order to run my business there, we need Internet and cell usage. I have no idea how this works but would this type of deal get us cell service where there is none at all?

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Sep 19, 2015
Sorry but we can't help you.
by: Stephen

You will really need to drive the area and see how many bars you have on your phone. Many remote areas may have some coverage depending on line of site. Also make sure that your property can see the Southern horizon so you can use a satellite internet service.

You can try to search on "AntennaSearch.com" to see where the nearest tower is to your property, but even that is not completely accurate. You need to drive there yourself and verify.

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