There is cellular signal boosters that can be purchased for situations such as yours but it something that would have to be investigated third party; carriers dont typically get involved with them. Best advised would be to find a company that makes them and see if they have a return policy. That way you can test it at the location and if things don't work up to expectations then nothing lost.
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