Fiber Optic to Cell Tower running by our house. WIll we have fiber internet option?
We are building a house in a rural area where there is no internet providers worth a dime. I recently got excited when a Cell Tower was being put up within a 1/4 mile of our build site. I stopped and asked the workers installing the fiber from the cell tower to the closest major road where they apparently tie into another fiber line. They told me that we'd have high-speed internet service including TV service available. I got really excited since I've been working on getting high-speed on our road for quite some time. However, the people I asked were simply the fiber installers and I began to wonder if they really knew what they were talking about. When I search for fiber service by address on any of the houses on the major road where they are tying the fiber into, it shows its not available. So this makes me think, if they don't have it, why would we? I understand the cell towers are now being fed with fiber to supply higher speeds. But is this the only reason the fiber is being ran, is for cell service? Or is it common for people that live near one of those towers to be able to get internet service supplied to their home from the same fiber?