Furnace Creek has a cafe hotspot and an intermittent ranger station
hotspot and Stovepipe Wells might have a hotspot by now as well.  No
WISP service that I found.  And almost no cellular coverage anywhere.

Since Death Valley barely has any year-around residents and covers
such a large area, it probably doesn't offer much of a business case.

"My Advice is always free and worth every penny!"

-Christopher Erickson
Network Design Engineer
Waikoloa Village, HI 96738
 

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> Anyone know of any WISP's near Death Valley?
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> Daniel White
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> 3-dB Networks
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