There are large areas in this country which are way under served and ignored with cell and internet service. Living in more urban areas where you find wireless connections even outdoors, we forget many can't get a signal at all.
We drove through one of those areas on Saturday afternoon heading down to Cape Girardeau/Jackson Missouri. All of a sudden as I'm sitting in the back seat fiddling with my phone I realized I was getting nothing. Rural areas are the forgotten places as far as service companies are concerned. But this forced me to look out the window as we were driving along and Wow, the scenery was just gorgeous, certainly much more beautiful than other parts of Missouri. Rolling hills of rich green, corn standing high, and even the grassy areas along the roadway were mowed and trimmed perfectly. On one of the two lane roads we came across a local homeowner on a riding mower cutting the edges of the highway. No need to wait for state and county workers to do this.
Anyway. When we go up to Arcadia Michigan in July it's always frustrating not to be able to get a cell signal to check on things back home. Rural areas need this too.