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Residents call for phone tower to be on hold

22 Jul 2019
OptusNews

CONCERNED Capel Sound residents are fighting a proposed Optus mobile phone tower on the northern side of Pt Nepean Road, opposite Violet Street.

The residents prefer the tower to be 250 metres south on the foreshore reserve opposite 1781-1795 Pt Nepean Road.

This would take it away from a bus stop used by school children, residential areas, and the Bay Trail – and mean less vegetation has to be removed in construction.

To continue reading the article: click here. (mpnews.com.au)

Aussie TV viewers still footing the bill for mobile interference

22 Jul 2019
InTheNews

While 5G is getting all the attention lately, you can expect to hear more about how the push to extend Australia's 4G networks can wreak havoc on digital television reception.

But what you should not expect is anyone to accept responsibility for your primetime viewing woes.

Earlier this year, Melbourne's Frank Holgye found his evening viewing disrupted by severe pixelation, despite upgrading his antenna six months earlier to improve his digital television reception.

To continue reading the article: click here. (brisbanetimes.com.au)

A Look At NBN Co. and Impact On TLS, TPM and VOC

22 Jul 2019
NbnNews

Telecom sector plays a vital role in the development of the Australian economy. The key drivers to develop the Australian telecom sector further are Fibre-to-the-Node and Mobile Broadband. The industry has planned some development initiatives in order to move forward. There is an anticipation of steady growth related to the mobile broadband market till 2023, as well as the competition within the telecom operators is having a braking effect on the average revenue per unit (ARPU). On the other hand, there is an estimation of very slow mobile subscriber growth till 2023. Every industry faces some headwinds and so does the telecom sector, including the offering of additional value on capped plans by mobile providers and the continued ongoing migration from wired to wireless telecommunications.

To continue reading the article: click here. (kalkinemedia.com)

Black Spot Tower program not providing a reliable service in Balala

22 Jul 2019
TelstraNews

Finally, a Telstra Mobile phone tower is proposed for 150 Retreat Road, Balala within the next 6 months.

The development will be a 30m mono-pole tower with 6 antennas each up to 2.8m, a standard shelter and ancillary equipment, 18 December 2017,"

Balala locals were told. The local Balala residents, have written complaining that the tower has failured to provide a communication service.

To continue reading the article: click here. (armidaleexpress.com.au)

Mobile black spot fixed

22 Jul 2019
TelstraNews

A new mobile phone tower in Napier has been switched on, ending months of delays stemming from a dispute with the landowner.

On Tuesday, a group of representatives from organisations including DFES, Telstra, the City of Albany and the Member for O’Connor Rick Wilson met at the Napier Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade shed to mark the tower’s switch-on.

Its operation means another black spot has been filled in the region which could provide vital mobile reception to volunteers during emergencies.

To continue reading the article: click here. (thewest.com.au)

Time to face the facts on the NBN catastrophe - Huawei

22 Jul 2019
NbnNews

Huawei Australia CTO David Soldani has warned delegates at the 5G Business Summit in Sydney that the Federal Government must find ways to use 5G Fixed Wireless to deliver high-speed broadband to areas where the National Broadband Network (NBN) has failed to deliver on its promise – or risk leaving hundreds of thousands of Australians on low-speed broadband.

“As the completion of the National Broadband Network comes into view it’s time to face a very simple fact: The NBN project has failed and Australians needs to stop expecting NBN Co to deliver high-speed broadband to all Australians – it is just not going to happen,” Soldani told delegates.

To continue reading the article: click here. (itbrief.com.au)

Is 5G Dangerous to your health? Protests & Misinformation explained

24 Jun 2019
InTheNews

5G is the next big thing, both for consumers in our connectivity to each other and the world, and for the Telcos for whom it’s the next big battle ground for revenue.

But, there’s a concern. Are we jumping to fast into this next generation technology? Should there be more testing done on the impacts of 5G on our health?

Today in Melbourne a large group of protesters took to the street outside Telstra’s Head Office to complain:

To continue reading the article: click here. (eftm.com)

A Mobile Black Spot milestone for Wantabadgery

24 Jun 2019
TelstraNews

The rural village of Wantabadgery in the New South Wales Riverina region is best known for its Angus cattle grazing pastures, but it’s also the home to our 550th mobile base station delivered under the Mobile Black Spot Program.

Wantabadgery is a village community of around 300, situated about 30 kilometres southeast of Junee and 35 kilometres east of the regional centre of Wagga Wagga. Since we switched on the Wantabadgery mobile base station, locals have embraced the new coverage and have already downloaded more than 4500 gigabytes of data – equivalent to about 1500 HD movies.

To continue reading the article: click here. (exchange.telstra.com.au)

Phone dead zone delays 000 fatal heart attack call

24 Jun 2019
InTheNews

When local businessman Dave Berry developed chest pains, his partner, Diana Robins, reached for the mobile – they don't have a land line.

Problem is, the isolation of Cottage Point brings appalling phone reception for the 106 residents in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park.

Neighbour Adrian Goodman, president of the Cottage Point Community Association, was visiting at the time.

To continue reading the article: click here. (brisbanetimes.com.au)

Connect Regional NSW program will revolutionise the way we live

24 Jun 2019
InTheNews

Regional communities need access to the very best mobile phone and internet services; it's essential digital infrastructure for homes, businesses and emergency services.

Member for Coffs Harbour Gurmesh Singh said that's why the NSW Liberals & Nationals in Government have allocated $400 million over the next four years to significantly improve data services in the regions.

Mr Singh said the Connect Regional NSW program will revolutionise the way we live by building data hubs and investing in backhaul to improve internet connectivity.

To continue reading the article: click here. (bellingencourier.com.au)

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