No, it's not an island full of Elvis Presley impersonators, but an island that's part of Tasmania, and it will benefit from an upgrade project that Telstra says will transform connectivity on the island, improve mobile coverage, boost capacity and data speeds and strengthen network resilience.
Australia's second biggest telco Singtel Optus has switched on two mobile towers in East Devonport and Acacia Hills on the north-west coast of Tasmania, and also said it would be opening a retail store in Devonport which would provide local jobs.
Mobile phone coverage in the city of Shoalhaven in NSW has been boosted with new mobile towers switched on by Optus as it continues the national rollout its blackspot mitigation program.
Singtel Optus is continuing its quest to provide a better mobile signal with the switching on of four new mobile towers that will boost coverage in Mackay and Bowen Basin.
Singtel Optus has switched on six new mobile towers across the Tamworth region which will improve the 4G coverage.
Telco Singtel Optus has switched on six new mobile towers across the Northern Wheatbelt region, to provide improved 4G coverage for residents.
Residents in and around Dulong, Queensland, are now duly celebrating long awaited "new and improved mobile coverage", and it's all "thanks to the Coalition Government’s $220 million Mobile Black Spot Program".
Mobile network operators should take a leadership role in the inevitable transformation of their industry as mobile and fixed networks slowly move towards bridging the divide between them, a leading telecommunications analyst says.
Google has been tracking Android users even if they had location tracking turned off and did not have a SIM in their smartphones, according to a published report.
Optus has launched 20 new mobile sites in the Northern Territory, across regional and remote areas.
Australia's second largest telco Optus says it will spend $1 billion to update and expand its mobile network in regional areas by the end of next year as part of an ongoing investment programme that has spent more than $3.6 billion on its mobile network since 2015.
Optus is installing nine satellite small cells along almost 2000km of highway across Western Australia which the telco says provide the potential for an inexpensive and flexible alternative to traditional mobile towers.
Optus is boosting mobile coverage for locals and travellers across 12 remote locations in the Northern Territory with the introduction of cells that provide mobile coverage through its satellites.
Vodafone is expanding its regional mobile network in NSW, Tas, QLD and WA, with $9+ million being invested in 32 new base stations.
Nearly 2000 mobile phone towers around Australia are back in local hands thanks a large wad of cash to be handed over to the current US owner by Macquarie Bank.
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