Four phone towers promised

27 May 2016

By VICTORIA STONE-MEADOWSCASEY MP Tony Smith paid a visit to the Mount Evelyn football ground with Minister for Regional Communications Fiona Nash to announce funding for four new mobile phone base stations.
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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