Optus expands footprint in Mackays South East

Optus has switched on a new tower in Paget, delivering improved coverage and connectivity to Mackays South East.

The Optus tower will enhance coverage to the area surrounding the intersection of Connor and Archbold Roads, as well as Paradise Street including the Mackay train station. It will also provide capacity relief for adjacent sites, boosting the overall experience for Optus customers in the area.

Optus Territory General Manager for Central Queensland, Madonna Burgess said, Optus investment in Mackays South East has helped improve coverage and capacity for those in Paget, as well as providing choice for local businesses and residents by offering a fantastic mobile services alternative.

With this new Paget site, we have responded to customers request to have strong mobile coverage where they work, live and play.

We are thrilled customers will benefit from an improved network in Mackays South East and remain committed to investing in the region.

Paget is one of hundreds of regional areas enjoying Optus 4G network which now covers 97.4 per cent of the Australian population.

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