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Regional WA to be better connected

Mobile phone and internet covering across regional Western Australia is set to get a boost with 22 sites prioritised for the construction of 85 mobile phone towers, through the state government’s $45 million regional telecommunications project.

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PAYNES FIND
Sadly enough the last paragraph is the answer to who gets connected and who doesn't ("Telecommunications connectivity is vital to social and economic development in regional areas"). If the reason for the need of communications is purely for lifesaving and human welfare and is not going to enhance the economics of someones venture, well I guess it doesn't meet the criteria and just keeps on going down the wait list.

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