New cell towers at Spring Ridge and Blackville have already improved reception in the villages.
Mobile reception has long been an issue in the remote villages, and residents raised the issue with New England MP Barnaby Joyce in February.
The towers were installed over the past two months as part of the federal government's Mobile Black Spot Program.
Spring Ridge residents have become accustomed to having to head outside to make calls but since the towers were turned on, pub owner Tom Archer said he now has full reception in town.
"I've got full service at the moment, which we never ever had here in Spring Ridge," he said.
"We've had people come from further out - Tamarang and that - and they're making phone calls where they've never made phone calls before.
"It's made a huge difference but it has been a little bit intermittent but that was after that rain the other day so it's teething problems."
I've got full service at the moment, which we never ever had here in Spring Ridge.Tom Archer, The Royal Hotel
Mr Archer said he was "pretty happy" with the outcome from the meeting with Mr Joyce because "some of the things we asked for were acted on".
Over at Blackville, Alec Pengilley couldn't make phone calls in his house until now, but the improvement seems to be limited to the town.
"Blackville's been known as a bit of a blackspot [but the tower] has made it a fair bit better in the immediate village," he said.
Mr Joyce said "whether it's at home, on the road or at work", the new infrastructure ensured residents on the Liverpool Plains could access "reliable mobile coverage wherever they are".