Hi, I've been looking at a house that's very cheap, the problem is, it's in a very rural part of Ireland and about a mile or so along a muddy track to the nearest small village, there's no phone service/line to the property at all and nothing nearby to connect a phone to, that means the only option would be mobile broadband using a dongle in the laptop. I checked three.ie site for coverage in the area, and it has a map shaded in light blue for "indoor" coverage and dark blue for "out and about". The area the house is in shows as dark blue, I'm guessing that means you can get a signal when your on the move but that you'll also get it indoors? The other problem with the property is that it's pretty much surrounded by a forest of large pine trees, see house in images below, the trees may stop the mobile signal getting through at all? I have a 15 metre cable that I can plug my dongle in to and the other end goes in to the laptop, my thinking is, would it be possible to buy a load of 50 metre cables and plug them in to each other, then run them down the side of the track to a clear area with no trees, and stick the dongle at the top of a pole in the ground, if the dongle picked up a signal from there, would the signal from there stay strong down a couple hundred metres of cable to my laptop? If not, how about some sort of booster half way along the cable to increase/keep the signal, that's if the cable idea would work in the first place.