FOXTEL

FOXTEL Outage in Bright, Alpine, State of Victoria

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.

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FOXTEL problems in the last 24 hours in Bright, State of Victoria

FOXTEL Outage Chart in Bright, Alpine, State of Victoria 06/14/2021 05:05

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Most Reported Problems:

  • TV 63.33% TV
  • Internet 22.22% Internet
  • Total Blackout 8.89% Total Blackout
  • Phone 3.33% Phone
  • E-mail 2.22% E-mail

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FOXTEL Issues Reports Near Bright, State of Victoria

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Bright and nearby locations:
  • jamesofbright James (@jamesofbright) reported from Bright, State of Victoria

    Late to the party, but joining the NBN funnel now. Finally signed up. (And goodbye Foxtel, we do Netflix now. Had enough of overpaying for ads mostly crap content on Foxtel.)

  • thecrankset The Crankset Blog (@thecrankset) reported from Porepunkah, State of Victoria

    Really not happy about this commentary, but foxtel now seems to have shat itself. Bad form.

FOXTEL Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • chickab1506 CallMeCraig (@chickab1506) reported

    @FOXNRL @Foxtel @kayosports Kent is full of ****. VLandys knows he has huge court cases coming regarding head shots. He needs to implement changes to show the courts he is acting on said head shots. Kent knows this.

  • IrritatedAuntie A+ Auntie (@IrritatedAuntie) reported

    @Foxtel Rugby and Cricket have been losing audience share because of the Foxtel pay wall. It was a stupid decision, and AFL is going from strength to strength because it’s on free to air.

  • kdahiya75 KD 🇮🇳 (@kdahiya75) reported

    @Foxtel I just done a mistake to connect #Foxtel now I will calmly going to tolerate you for 1 year and then never ever deal with you

  • Laughatsaltyge1 Laughatsaltygeelong (@Laughatsaltyge1) reported

    @FOXTEL_Help today i woke up to no signal recieved and all day so far it's going on and off I'm in bayside melbourne victoria

  • itsrenatak Renata (@itsrenatak) reported

    I am going to help my mum change her Foxtel package on her Foxtel as she wants to put the TV aerial through the Foxtel box and set it to be able to use it on Wifi and to add some packages

  • Jarrod82_ Jarrod (@Jarrod82_) reported

    @BhoyBkk It’s shown on BEIN sports through our pay TV provider Foxtel. They only show 1 or 2 games a week so the coverage is pretty bad out here

  • Conigman S B (@Conigman) reported

    @Chevy_chasing Total because of Kayo. Of course when you introduce a cheap streaming service compared to paying for Foxtel people will purchase it and boost your ratings. You need to compare FTA which is down. Why do you think 9 has not re-signed yet? It should have been done by now.

  • phillip_allen Phillip Allen™ (@phillip_allen) reported

    @Optus I’m using my lg tv the app is available on that connected via lan cable to my modem with speeds of 27mbps down the problem is your inferior service not my hardware. Shouldn’t have to be restarting the stream every 5 minutes sell a channel to Foxtel at a sub cost

  • MickSunnyG Mick G 🐯🏆🏆🏆🐯 (@MickSunnyG) reported

    @16thegeneral I have Foxtel but my issue is I refuse to re-watch games we lose. I'll only watch replays of wins. Shame as it looked like a good game of footy.

  • Rickyh09 Ricky hunt (@Rickyh09) reported

    @Axis7173 @WestCoastEagles @kayosports Fuuuuuuuck, I can imagine how much u would have been fuming. I’d be asking them for a month free. Sounds as bad as when the main event feed on my mates foxtel cut out when we were watching masvidal ko askren. It cut out as soon as the fight started for 15 seconds