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Alright thank you
So, it appears that if your building is not within 3000 feet of their transmitter, the quality will be poor so it is not offered under these circumstances. However, they also note that there can be an error in the database, so it was suggested to call their office to verify that service is in fact not available for the building. They generally have an estimated time frame of when new equipment will be installed which would permit access.
Alright thank you again. That's what was looking for.
You are welcome. Do you have their number?
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