Out in the sticks, often a struggle to get any signal at all.
And the idea of signal capable of "live streaming" HD video at any time ever, gives rise to hollow laughter.
Govt really needs to mandate rural coverage on all networks at no extra cost to the customers (so that way even if only 1 network gave the area coverage, behind the scenes "data roaming" would occur, at a financial hit to the non covering networks not the customer) - similar to how if any network signal I can make a "999" call, but for data.
That way companies might make more effort on rural coverage.
Though obviously the recent funding EE got for (if it ever happens, Motorola still cashing in on the old system) shiny new mobile emergency services functionality has given EE a rather unfair advantage in coverage in many rural areas * & could be argued other networks should get use of those coverage gap filling tax payer funded towers for free.
*Do a fair amount of hill walking and of the "new" (built in last few years) masts I have seen out in remote areas, I would say about 9 in every 10 were EE. Obviously may just be unfortunate sampling based on locations I hike in, but EE look only game in town in many remote areas - govrt funding helping them to monopolize some areas.