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You need to turn off WiFi before you leave the coverage area (or more precisely - before you reach the point where WiFi is still "connected" but not viable.) In iOS 9 there will be a system setting to allow cellular data to take over sooner, but on iOS 8 and less, your device will throw errors when WiFi fails you and before the radio disconnects from WiFi. ...
I prefer smart app banners for the best mobile safari experience. Have a look at https://developer.apple.com/library/safari/documentation/AppleApplications/Reference/SafariWebContent/PromotingAppswithAppBanners/PromotingAppswithAppBanners.html Basically you insert code in the header area: <meta name="apple-itunes-app" content="app-id=myAppStoreID, ...
As @Graham Miln suggested, it is most likely set this way in restrictions, assuming your phone isn't jail broken. Go to Settings -> General -> Restrictions and enable safari. There is no way to install or uninstall Safari on an iOS device - it is a part of the operating system, nor is it possible to "have iOS installed on the PC"
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