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The board has now issued the necessary approvals for ballarat’s first experimental mobile network to roll out for use across the state, which will be conducted by the state’s first mobile phone operator, Vodafone Mobile Limited.
Ballarat state MP and senior parliamentary candidate Chris White is a strong proponent of mobile network deployments.
“It’s only by putting out a plan for it that we can really monitor whether it has a positive impact on people’s lives or not,” White said.
With some 30,000 households now using Wi-Fi by smartphone, mobile internet adoption was expected to grow as Australia moved towards a digitised economy and the digital divide grew.
The first trials will test whether the Vodafone mobile network works as a low-cost wireless communications tool, which are now available via Google and other mobile operators.
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“That is a tremendous success,” said Malcolm Brown, CEO of the Victorian Public Broadband Association.
The Vodafone mobile network will be used as part of a broader rollout of the network to serve people living in the western states.
Broadband was the biggest single factor behind Victoria’s success in 2016, with the state’s population growing by 30 per cent from 2012 to 2017, according to the VPIA.
The VPIA is calling on other states and territories to adopt the mobile network, which should have a negative impact on local infrastructure, and is seeking funding to develop the technology for rollouts.
The network has been developed to make대전출장안마 it possible to meet new growth demands in areas such as housing, education and transport.
Vodafone’s partnership with the Victorian Government to deploy the network to Ballarat included a $1.7 million grant from the Victorian Government’s Regional Mobility Plan funding scheme, the Victorian Government’s Mobile and Smart Environment Grant Scheme, and the Victorian Government’s Local Network Connectivity Grant.
With the Vodafone network now live and rolling out nationwide, the Victo카지노사이트추천rian Government is expected to award a further $350,000 in infrastructure grant towards the rollout.
“The VPIA is thrilled with our latest developments and believe we are on the right track to bring Australia’s first mobile internet network into the market,” said VPIA CEO Kevin Humphrey.