Friday, 24 November 2017
SWITCHED ON... Residents and guests checking their phone signal at the official launch of Telstra’s new mobile base station at Port Moorowie, back: Greg Kempson, Yorke Peninsula Council mayor Ray Agnew, Telstra Area general manager Mark Bolton, Barry Williams, Mike Archer, Jan Radford; front: Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey, Isla and Lincoln Boss. SWITCHED ON... Residents and guests checking their phone signal at the official launch of Telstra’s new mobile base station at Port Moorowie, back: Greg Kempson, Yorke Peninsula Council mayor Ray Agnew, Telstra Area general manager Mark Bolton, Barry Williams, Mike Archer, Jan Radford; front: Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey, Isla and Lincoln Boss.

Port Moorowie coverage boost

TELSTRA customers at Port Moorowie now have improved mobile coverage thanks to the installation of a new mobile base station, funded through the federal government’s Mobile Black Spot program.

The 35-metre tower was switched on two weeks ago, and the official launch was Wednesday, July 19.

“The growing use of mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets is changing the way we live and Telstra is acutely aware of the challenges facing communities living with limited access to a mobile network,” Telstra Area South Australia general manager Mark Bolton said.

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