TELSTRA is on the road to reach some of its more remote customers, travelling to 10 regional and remote communities across Queensland during October and November.
Telstra Northern Queensland area general manager Rachel Cliffe said the team was looking forward to getting out, meeting with communities and sharing the latest in technology and telecommunications.
“Given the remote nature of these communities, the ability to connect is incredibly important, with the services Telstra provides allowing for business and people to thrive,” Ms Cliffe said.
“The ability to speak with an expert face to face is also important, and these customers often do not have the time to travel over 500km to their closest Telstra store.
“So we are bringing the experts to them, not just to showcase the latest products but to provide an update on our mobile investment in rural and regional Queensland, NBN and showcase new technology that helps our customers connect to who and what they love.”
This week’s visits include:
- October 11 – Richmond, in front of Library.
- October 12 – Julia Creek, in front of Peter Dawes Park.
- October 13 – Cloncurry, behind Australia Post.
Telstra staff will explain how external antennas can assist in maximising mobile coverage and how Voice over Wi-Fi and Small Cells can be of benefit. Customers will also have the opportunity to discuss their Telstra services and ensure they are getting the best value and raise any problems they need resolved.
“The opportunity to reach out to these communities in person is invaluable and I am looking forward to meeting with as many customers as possible,” Ms Cliffe said.