From what I've heard, I'd avoid satellite if at all possible.
Can you get a 4G mobile signal at the property? Maybe try the EE coverage checker (EE Coverage Checker
) with the Post Code in question. Try O2, Vodafone & Three too.
If so, you could get a dedicated 4G router (e.g.: TP-Link Archer MR200
), and maybe an outdoor omni-directional antenna if needed (e.g. Outdoor 4G Antenna
), and then use that. This worked for me, even before I could get a 4G signal on my phone (EE have since boosted the signal in my area).
Or - EE do a mobile broadband package now, with optional of installing an external antenna: EE Mobile Broadband
I do this (with an EE 32Gb monthly Data SIM, not their mobile broadband), and load-balance my 4G connection with slow ADSL, as that's the only option in my area.
The main downside with 4G LTE as a connection is the limited data allowances (up to 200Gb with certain packages), and use of CGNAT which can prevent certain usage. This is one reason I keep my ADSL Max connection (which has an unlimited data allowance) and Load Balance that with the 4G connection via a DrayTek 2860Vac (Info Here
). The TP-Link MR200 is in an unstairs window (to get the best signal reception), and I use powerline adapters plus ethernet cables to "pipe" that signal downstairs into the DrayTek.
Another possibility - see if there are any WISPs (Wireless ISPs) in that area providing FWA (Fixed Wireless Access).
Good Luck anyway - I hope you get the hoped-for FTTP!
All the best...
Edited by AdamInTheSticks (Mon 05-Mar-18 16:53:30)