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Mobile Black Spot Programme Discussion Paper

The government is seeking comments from interested parties in response to the Discussion Paper for the Mobile Black Spot Programme. Submissions received will help inform the development of the programme, including the preferred programme design and delivery model.

Why we want your input

This is an important opportunity for all stakeholders to have a say about the possible programme implementation models as outlined in the Discussion Paper.

How you can voice your opinion

If you wish to have your views about the programme considered, complete a submission form and return it to us by the closing date of 28 February 2014

What will be the outcome of this consultation?

Your comments in response to the Discussion Paper will assist us to develop the Guidelines for the Mobile Black Spot Programme. The Guidelines will ensure the programme is delivered as effectively and efficiently as possible, and achieve maximum value for money.

The Issue

The Mobile Black Spot Programme will improve mobile phone coverage and competition in regional and remote Australia, including along major transport routes, in small communities and in locations prone to experiencing natural disasters.

 

Mobile Black Spot Programme Discussion Paper

Published 16th Dec 2013

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Mobile Black Spot Programme Discussion Paper

Outcome

The Mobile Black Spot Programme Guidelines were released on 8 December 2014.

Participate

16 Dec 2013 09:00 AEDT - 28 Feb 2014 17:00 AEDT
Closed

Submissions

Local Government Association of Tasmania
Mimosa Mobile Phone Committee
Mingoola Progress Association
Document
Lake George Zone - NSW Rural Fire Service
Broken Hill City Council
Document
Mistake Creek Area Conveyance Association
Bebbington, Bruce
Document
Bob Baldwin MP, Member for Paterson