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Telstra customers may be out of touch over the next week.

Work on the Telstra mobile network could lead to impacts to network accessibility.

Telstra is currently upgrading its mobile network in Mullumbimby with work potentially impacting users until 19 March.

‘While we’ve carefully planned this upgrade work in stages to minimise disruption our customers may notice some impact to mobile services. This upgrade will not impact landline services,’ a Telstra spokesperson told Echonetdaily.

We’re getting on with some important planned upgrade work to our mobile network in Mullumbimby.

‘We’ve sent out text messages ahead of the upgrade work to ensure our customers have time to plan ahead.   

We know there’s never a perfect time to schedule upgrade work and we apologise for the interruption but once we’re finished it’ll mean better services for our customers.’

For the latest information on outages in the area visit Telstra outages.


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