Telstra is partnering with the Queensland Government, the Torres Strait Regional Authority and the Commonwealth Department of Agriculture to deliver high-speed internet access for mobile device users across the Torres Strait islands by 2021.
Telstra is having an issue with a local antenna which is affecting some 3G and 4G service from its mobile base station in Stawell.
Telstra will switch off its 3G technology in June 2024 as part of its upgrade to the newer 4G and 5G technologies, the company says, offering no specific reason as to why it was making this announcement more than four years out from the date.
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