Mr Smith and Ms Nash announced the funding for towers in Mount Evelyn, Chum Creek, Reefton, and Kalorama on Tuesday 24 May as a condition of a Coalition win in the upcoming federal election.The funding will make up round three of the Mobile Black Spot Program which has seen $160 million in previous rounds contributed by the Coalition Government to improve mobile phone coverage in regional areas.
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