Look up video conference suppliers in your town.
The Internet connection is not something you can pick and use across the country unless you go with a big (read can be expensive) like ATT.
I'm part of an organisation which rotates meetings over a dozen different venues with varying internet situations over a large area. I've been tasked with sourcing some kit which we can rely on to get a good signal for those accessing the meeting remotely via video conferencing (Skype, Google Hangouts etc.)
Does anyone have something I could look at? We're prepared to invest in something that can work with all networks and has a reliable signal.