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ds homebrew apps Developed by the JCDecaux Media Lab in Paris in consultation with Telstra, the unique digital kiosks will provide next-level public access and connectivity capabilities to Telstra customers and advertisers alike. The 12 digital kiosks feature a range of local community services, each kiosk is WIFI enabled, with USB charge docks and mobile integration hubs plus Telstra touchscreens, with partners such as Perth City Council, to display local information for the community.
come thou fount of every blessing The payphone digital kiosks will also feature state-of-the-art, 72” digital advertising panels with the screens showcasing six advertising partners.
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tipos de formato With wide-scale phased future rollout plans, JCDecaux’s Telstra contract is set to become Australia’s largest national digital out-of-home contract with more than 1,800 digital kiosks proposed across Australia’s five capital cities, starting in Perth, and rolling out over the next two years.
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