Moorabool has ultra-fast 5G Telstra coverage for the first time – after the next-generation network was switched on at sites in Bacchus Marsh and Darley this week.

“We’ve made a commitment to roll out the new Telstra 5G network to more areas of Victoria so we’ll continue expanding our 5G network to new parts of Moorabool,” Telstra’s Regional General Manager Steve Tinker said.

“Every week, we’re expanding Telstra 5G to more areas so, as more 5G devices go on sale, our customers can have the latest devices on Australia’s best network.”

“More than 1000 suburbs nationally are more than half covered -and more than 10 million people live, work or pass through Telstra’s 5G footprint every day.”

Telstra now has 1500 5G sites on-air across 53 cities and towns around Australia

In the last five years the telco has spent $7.5 billion on its mobile network – with much of this on 5G.

That sped up during lockdown, with $500 million worth of spending brought forward during a period when the digital economy was vital.

Check out Telstra’s latest 3G, 4G and 5G coverage maps here.

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