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Telstra assistance package extended to all Hunter Valley, Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, Port Stephens, and Central Coast flood affected customers.
Telstra has announced today an assistance package for its residential and small business customers has been extended to include Cessnock, Dungog, Paterson, Stroud, all Hunter Valley, Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, Port Stephens and Central Coast customers who have lost services as a result of the floods.
Telstra Country Wide Area General Manager for Hunter Central Coast, Christopher Cusack, said: “We understand this is a terrible time for anyone who has been affected by these floods and hopefully this package will help people as they work through this crisis.”
Our technicians will continue to work to fully recover any communications services which have been impacted by the floods
As a result we have put in play some emergency packages for Telstra customers.