The South Australian Government has allocated $555,015 to Optus to build and operate four new mobile phone base stations in the State after $2 million it committed towards the federal government’s mobile black spots programme was not fully utilised.
Telstra is ramping up the deployment of 4G Internet and voice services on small cell technology across regional Australia as part of the second phase of the government’s national mobile blackspot programme.
The coalition pushing for improved regional communications services says the federal government’s newly announced broadband monitoring programme doesn’t go far enough and more needs to be done to redress communications problems still plaguing rural and remote areas.
You have excellently shown the hypocrisy of the Liberal party – penny-pinching on admirable peacetime initiatives like NBN providing infrastructure[…]
Optus need to be sued for stealing $800m from the tax payer for their unusable HFC network.
Turnbull thought he was smart shortcutting with HFC, as a way to fast track connections to take to elections. He[…]
I guess you were never on Telstra HFC. 4 day downtimes every 3 months. The fact there is long outages[…]
I gave this piece an upvote, but it made me sad reading it