KALANGADOO and Kybybolite residents can expect improved mobile coverage after being identified as priority locations in the Federal Government’s $220m Mobile Black Spot Program.
The two communities are among 106 priority locations across Australia announced yesterday and will receive improved coverage with Telstra.
Member for Barker Tony Pasin said the new coverage would open doors for local businesses and the community, enabling them to access the same mobile services as those in major cities.
“The Mobile Black Spot program is already delivering new or improved coverage to seven sites across Barker through the first two rounds of the program,” he said.
“I understand the