Can I use my MicroCell in a location that doesn't have an address?
Now that we have moved, we no longer need our microcell at our home. I would like to take my microcell to work with me so I can have cell service at work. The catch is that I work in a remote location in Alaska that has no address, no cell phone service, and obviously no need for the E911 GPS feature. The location is not a town or community. I do have broadband internet with acceptable bandwidth.
When I purchased this microcell, I had planned on taking it to work once we moved in to a location with better coverage. I asked the sales representitive about my work location and was told I would be able to do this.
When we moved to our new place the microcell stopped working due to an address miss-match. This indicates I will have the same issue if I take it to work.
How can I match the GPS location to where I work if there is no physical address? Is there a way to enter latitude and longitude. Can the GPS verification be turned off in locations where there is no 911 service?