FOXTEL

FOXTEL Outage Report in Newman, East Pilbara, State of Western Australia

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Foxtel is an Australian pay television company, operating a duopoly in cable television, a monopoly in direct broadcast satellite television, and IPTV catch-up services.

Problems in the last 24 hours in Newman, State of Western Australia

The chart below shows the number of FOXTEL reports we have received in the last 24 hours from users in Newman and surrounding areas. An outage is declared when the number of reports exceeds the baseline, represented by the red line.

FOXTEL Outage Chart in Newman, East Pilbara, State of Western Australia 05/29/2024 19:55

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Most Reported Problems

The following are the most recent problems reported by FOXTEL users through our website.

  1. TV (45%)

    TV (45%)

  2. Internet (42%)

    Internet (42%)

  3. Wi-fi (5%)

    Wi-fi (5%)

  4. Total Blackout (4%)

    Total Blackout (4%)

  5. Phone (2%)

    Phone (2%)

  6. E-mail (2%)

    E-mail (2%)

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FOXTEL Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • Its_Me_Mel_ Mel (@Its_Me_Mel_) reported

    Anyone that's watching Fox Cricket, is your tv flashing every now and then like theres a connection problem? It's not my foxtel as no other channel is doing it.

  • steveburgess23 Steve Burgess (@steveburgess23) reported

    @bvanega I believe Foxtel has agreements to limit the amount of content shown on social media. They still live in a 1998 world where they want everyone to subscribe to a monopoly TV service.

  • SpawnofSpears SpawnofSpears (@SpawnofSpears) reported

    @Telstra would be nice to be able to talk to someone on the phone regarding Foxtel instead of being forced to use the chat on the app. Poor performance.

  • RobinRobinalex robin alexander (@RobinRobinalex) reported

    @justanotweet @LesStonehouse Have stopped my membership Foxtel months,ago after 20yrs bias got to much or me they never stopped ringing me good deals weeks?told them it's unwatchable after dark with all LIB has beens?clap trap bias wasn't paying for that!

  • markken26158113 mark kendall (@markken26158113) reported

    @paigecardona Well Paige, if we’re reeeally lucky we’ll get a few 1000 cases going & another 10 months of lockdown. Coz the first couple were just SO much fun! I’m pretty sure Foxtel & Netflix have organised it with help from the AFL who want the footy cancelled until the Daicos Bros are 35!

  • t_pendergast TAT (@t_pendergast) reported

    @SwimSallySwim @davidbewart This is not good Enough. Dollars are wasted n rorted by the Government, i.e 1.2 Billion on RoboDebt, GBR, Foxtel !!!! yet we cut Funding to those who need the Basics to Live. The Flow on effects, Mental n Physical Health, have a Cost. Literally, POOR Policy.

  • DebraJaneV1 Babyboomer64 (@DebraJaneV1) reported

    @davidbewart Defs not, never have. Have never had Foxtel, don’t buy his papers.

  • mark_thackray MarkThackray (@mark_thackray) reported

    @MPAVictoria Question... Foxtel cost me $9.95/mon, bundle,Telstra NBN package, (not that bad despite copper ), some bonuses whilst in lockdowns, then price hike to about $30/month. Sure, extra channels. Want to watch Tenet. 1: Pay 2:Persist with bootleg movie websites. 3:Wait.

  • WaybackBot Wayback Bot (@WaybackBot) reported

    Foxtel cracks down on case

  • lousanti Lous (@lousanti) reported from Melbourne, State of Victoria

    @Telstra looks like you are at it again. Want to cancel Foxtel, almost impossible. Telling me my service number is incorrect. Would like to speak to someone but guess what, Telstra don’t employ humans! Utterly pathetic!