Problem is, its probably not going to be a backup. I'm fairly certain a lot of the carriers around here use AT&T as the backbone, which means when my internet goes out, there is a chance the cellular goes out
Plus, if there is a city wide power outage, as long as I have a generator, starlink will be up
I just talked with my daughter. The company she and my SIL work for has an office somewhere in TX. He's an "upper management" type and was up all night trying to get fuel delivered to that office to keep the backup generator running, and couldn't. No vehicles allowed on the roads or no one wants to take the risk. The office is now without power and they're an IT operation. I think they may "re-think" how much fuel they keep on hand now.