Riverina urged to speak up on mobile blackspots

Updated December 19 2015 - 4:23pm, first published 4:17pm
STILL WORK TO DO: The Riverina in June received funding for seven new mobile phone towers, but many more areas went without.
STILL WORK TO DO: The Riverina in June received funding for seven new mobile phone towers, but many more areas went without.

RIVERINA people must tell the government where the mobile blackspots are if they are to be plugged, NSW Farmers says.

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