Picture this: You head up to northern Minnesota to a family cabin. You want to quick look-up the weather conditions to see whether it is safe for an outdoor fire, but you’ve only got one bar of service and the page won’t load.
Or picture this: You’re in a crowd of people at the Minnesota State Fair and you need to meet up with your group. You try to call them, but the call won’t go through. There are too many other people on the network.
Now imagine that you’re an emergency responder in the same place, and people’s lives depend on you being able to communicate with other first responders.