The Cape Tribulation region of north eastern Queensland now has “better than ever” mobile phone coverage following the installation of a new tower in the area by Optus as part of its mobile blackspot program.
Wagga Wagga-based connectivity solutions provider Zetifi has won an American award for its new technology that has been developed to solve connectivity problems in places where there is limited broadband access and little, or no, mobile coverage.
Optus has switched on its 100th mobile black spot tower, with a newly activated tower going live at the south east Queensland town of Boreen Point, as it works towards its goal of delivering a total of 47 mobile black spot sites across Queensland.
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