borrowing a network signal when i have no network

in a locationation where my service provider has no signal how can i use other ISP signal for communication in cellular networks?

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Re: network signal

You can't borrow such, but - with a SIM-card of a provider that has a signal in that location - you can make a connection with Internet. That needs a subscription or a pre-paid contract.
My suggestion would be to use a phone supporting 2 SIM-cards. Then you can use your regular provider where possibe, and this other provider where needed.

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My phone has a backup system.

My carrier and phone support WiFi calling so this works at the odd place where I don't have my carrier's own cell tower connections.

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