The Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) says not enough has been done to get rid of mobile phone blackspots in rural and regional areas of the country and it wants the government to allocate more funding to help alleviate the problems.
Vodafone continues to invest heavily in its mobile network in regional Australia, particularly in blackspot areas with limited or no network coverage, in response to what it says is growing demand for advanced mobile devices and services in regional areas.
Vodafone is set to switch on services in the regional NSW area of Molong — a region identified as a major blackspot impeding mobile coverage — using the National Broadband Network’s Cell Site Access Service (CSAS).
Excellent reporting and journalistic integrity as usual Sam, thank you.The way this article was written is precisely what is needed[…]
Iphone pricing last year was idiotic i was interested but they priced themselves out of the market and held onto[…]
No kidding. All copper and wireless uses fibre. It is no brainer to remove that junk from the equation.
Where is The Australian government in this? It should be busting a gut to bring an Australian citizen home.
Marketing con. A single 5G tower is 4G. 5G is wireless fibre to the curb. We should hope not this[…]