Seven different locations around Spring Ridge have been nominated as mobile blackspots on the national database, according to Barnaby Joyce's office.
In a statement addressed to the NVI following a call from Spring Ridge residents for an end to "poor" phone service, a spokesperson for the New England MP said Mr Joyce was "acutely aware of the need for improved mobile service in regional areas and is regularly pushing for more".
"Mr Joyce has made a number of ministerial representations on behalf of his constituents to seek funding for more base stations in the Spring Ridge area," they said.
But as yet it is unknown whether Spring Ridge will benefit from the $25 million available in the fourth round of the Mobile Black Spot Program as "applications are currently being assessed", with the announcement to be made "in coming months".
Almost 40 new and upgraded mobile base stations are currently being rolled out in the New England electorate as a result of previous rounds in the program.