I live in Rancho Cordova, CA in an area where the coverage map says excellent strength for 4G LTE. However, we’ve always had 1-2 bars at home and rarely had full service on the block we live on. I was previously with AT&T with excellent reception, but ended up switching over to T-Mobile to join my family since T-Mobile was much cheaper and we were offered a cellspot to connect to our internet connection to provide us with full service which has helped provide us with full strength of 4G LTE. However, with us working from home now, I am realizing how important it is to actually have excellent reception. With power outages or internet service providers down for maintenance and such, I am left with 1-2 bars of reception, unable to access hotspot to continue working let alone text my manager/coworkers to inform them of the outage. Besides the cellspot, does T-mobile offer anything else that would work better that doesn’t require our internet connection to be working? Does T-Mobile need to assess the area since the coverage map states that we should have excellent 4G LTE service? I believe this is very important since many people work from home and maybe the coverage map should be updated for accuracy. Any suggestions would help! Thank you!