CopperString 2.0 proposes to power-up mobile, internet for the North

Samantha Campbell
By Samantha Campbell
Updated August 19 2019 - 3:08am, first published August 14 2019 - 10:17pm
ACCESS: CuString is proposing to provide free access to the optical fibre network, CopperString Project 2.0 founder and director John O'Brien said this would be built as part of the project. Photo: Samantha Walton.

CuString Pty Ltd is proposing to provide free access to the optical fibre network, built as part of the CopperString Project 2.0 between Townsville and Mount Isa.

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Samantha Campbell

Samantha Campbell

Senior Journalist

Samantha Campbell (nee Walton) has worked for regional and rural publications across News South Wales, Queensland and the Northern Territory and is currently the senior journalist at the North West Star in Mount Isa. Sam enjoys family life on their cattle station with her husband and two kids and competes in local campdraft and rodeo events. Email: samantha.campbell@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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