Australia's second largest telco Optus says it will spend $1 billion to update and expand its mobile network in regional areas by the end of next year as part of an ongoing investment programme that has spent more than $3.6 billion on its mobile network since 2015.
Optus is installing nine satellite small cells along almost 2000km of highway across Western Australia which the telco says provide the potential for an inexpensive and flexible alternative to traditional mobile towers.
Optus is boosting mobile coverage for locals and travellers across 12 remote locations in the Northern Territory with the introduction of cells that provide mobile coverage through its satellites.
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