It's a busy time for rural, regional and remote telco Field Solutions Group (FSG). The company has secured three financial awards under the Federal Government's mobile black spot program to run the first neutral host radio access trial, to provide another 15 towers, and to trial domestic roaming.
Free Wi-Fi is now available at 19 train stations on the rail line from Hornsby to Wyong in New South Wales, with Northern Sydney and Central Coast residents in the State getting greater connectivity on their daily commute.
In what is billed a Tasmanian first, Telstra has announced it would "trial the installation of small cell mobile technology on TasNetworks infrastructure to help fill some of Tasmania’s mobile black spots".
Telstra is gradually closing in on the halfway mark in its rollout of 577 new base stations to eradicate mobile black spots across regional Australia.
Vodafone has switched on a new mobile site at Kumbia near Kingaroy in regional Queensland, with another site near Boyneside set to follow “in the coming months.”
Vodafone Australia is not happy. It has come out fighting over Telstra’s request that it be given all the $100 million allocated to improving rural mobile phone reception.
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