It is bothersome if you cannot get a cell phone signal when you roam around the neighborhood: NASA and Nokia are going to put a 4G network on the moon. NASA gave $370 million to exceeding a dozen firms to place technology on the moon to complete its 2028 goal to erect a lunar station and finally support human presence there. The innovations involve a more protected arrival, robotics, cryogenic freezing, remote power generation, and 4G. Furthermore, NASA says that 4G could give more longer-distance contact and stability than the wireless standards that are on the moon today.

Meanwhile, the 4G network that is used now on Earth will be improved to 5G soon. NASA gave $14.1 million to Nokia’s (NOK) Bell Labs for the plan. Bell labs that was once controlled by AT&T, will act with spaceflight engineering company Intuitive Machines to offer the 4G-LTE network.

John Oliver announced that 4G would presumably run better on the moon than it did on Earth because it wouldn’t have any trees, buildings, or TV signals to interfere with the 4G signal. And also, the moon’s cellular network will be devised to endure the peculiarities of the moon’s environment: radiation, space’s vacuum, and extreme temperature. It will still be working while there are landings and launches, despite spacecraft significantly rocking the moon’s surface.