Sticky & Countrytell Partner to Take High-Speed Broadband to Rural Australia

July 18, 2011
Craig Wilson

Countrytell logoSticky is teaming up with Community Broadband Carrier Countrytell to roll out high-speed broadband services to communities in rural & remote NSW and across Australia.

The Community Broadband Development Program will supplement the National Broadband Network, allowing communities outside its FTTP reach to connect to & communicate with the rest of the world. People in these areas will gain affordable access to the educational, health, business & social benefits that technology service provision can provide.

The team at Sticky will be developing a fully integrated marketing strategy covering everything from branding to television and press to a sophisticated online presence encompassing websites, social media and e-commerce.

Sticky’s Managing Director Craig Wilson says, “It’s wonderful to be working with a new brand that will be delivering such an important and innovative service. It’s a rare opportunity that has everyone at Sticky very excited”.

Countrytell’s focus is on communities without access to the high-speed broadband services needed to support local government, local business & industry expansion. A regional roll-out announcement is coming soon.


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