Locals and visitors to Gippsland and Victoria’s High Country will benefit from a major telecommunications upgrade project that will transform connectivity; improve, expand and build new mobile coverage; boost capacity and mobile data speeds and strengthen network resilience.
Telco Singtel Optus will go ahead with plans to sell 70% of its "passive" towers, which are estimated to be worth $2 billion, to help pay for its rollout of 5G infrastructure.
The rollout of the national mobile blackspot program has seen the town of Panuara South in central NSW become the latest community to have mobile phone coverage improved with the switching on of a new tower by Optus.
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