Farmers forced to go to extreme lengths to access reliable internet – ABC Rural – ABC News

 

A Queensland farmer is futureproofing his property with a DIY internet tower.

 

When the Sky Muster satellite service is not up to scratch and the NBN seems light-years away, what does a farmer have to do to get online?

A south-west Queensland cotton grower has spent the recent school holidays building a 53-metre tower that will allow him to access high speed internet from a nearby town.

It is an innovative solution to the data drought plaguing so many in rural Australia, and Andrew Sevil hopes it will future-proof his property.

Source: Farmers forced to go to extreme lengths to access reliable internet – ABC Rural – ABC News

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