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I anticipate that whenever conventional WiFi is not available, my primary internet connection will be a load-balanced 4G connection, meaning I would have up to double the bandwidth of a single 4G connection but with identical latency.

This also provides provider-level redundancy as I would be able to take advantage of competing, distinct networks. This has the added benefit of my 4G coverage being better than that of any single 4G provider.

These considerations (along with hardware considerations) ensure that the 4G connection itself is highly available, which would be imperative in situations where WiFi was not available.

It is worth noting that 4G is generally unavailable beyond 15 miles / 25km offshore without significantly uprated hardware, and not at all beyond 50 miles / 80km.