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.
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.
The Australian Government has called for applications under the Alternative Voice Services Trials program aimed at testing new ways of delivering voice services in rural and remote Australia.
Applications for the Australian Government’s $53 million Regional Connectivity Program funding are now open, with the program aimed at providing targeted investment in local telecommunications infrastructure projects.
More than 100,000 Australian homes and businesses now receiving fast broadband through the National Broadband Network’s the Sky Muster satellite service, with increasing demand for the service as new customers are added to the network.
The Federal Government has issued draft guidelines for a program which is designed to explore new ways to deliver voice telephone services to rural and remote Australians, and has now called for submissions on the guidelines.
Telecommunications resilience in bushfire and disaster prone areas to ensure communities can stay connected during emergencies has been strengthened by a $37.1 million investment from the Australian Government.
The Australian Government has commenced the next stage of consultation on the $53 million Regional Connectivity Program aimed at improving digital connectivity in regional and rural Australia.
A landmark 750 new or improved mobile base stations have now been completed as the Australian Government’s mobile blackspot program to improve and enhance mobile phone coverage in regional and rural Australia continues to be rolled out.
Tasmania’s west coast region is set to get improved mobile coverage as part of a joint project development by the Federal Government with Telstra.
Optus has switched on two new mobile sites in the Northern Territory as it progresses work on its mobile blackspot program.
The Federal Government is looking for input from regional and rural Australians on a new program designed to improve digital connectivity for people living in regional areas.
The Federal Government says more than 700 new or improved mobile base stations are now on air and providing what it says is better mobile coverage in regional areas, while boosting Australia’s regional economy with more Australians than ever before accessing mobile networks.
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