Telstra turns on 100th new mobile tower under Federal Government program to tackle black spots

Telstra turns on 100th new mobile tower under Federal Government program to tackle black spots Telstra chief executive Andy Penn says the best way to solve mobile coverage in regional areas is the government’s black spot program, not forcing the telco giant to share its network with competitors. Speaking to The Australian Financial Review

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Telstra activates 100 mobile base stations under MBS project

Telstra reports it has activated its 100th mobile base station under the Federal Government’s Mobile Black Spot Program (MBSP). Residents, businesses and visitors across rural and regional Australia can now access more than 50,000 square kilometres of …

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Telstra turns on 100th new mobile tower under Federal Government program to tackle black spots

MOBILE black spots around the country are continuing to be stamped out as more regional and rural Australians finally get phone service. Telstra has today activated its 100th mobile base station under the Federal Government’s Mobile Black Spot Program.

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Telstra activates its 100th Australian mobile black spot station

Telstra has announced that it has hit a particular milestone in its work with the Federal Government’s Mobile Black Spot program, with the 100th base station going live at Culla, in Victoria’s Southern Grampians district. Telstra claims that

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