FOXTEL Outage in Roxby Downs, State of South Australia

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FOXTEL Issues Reports Near Roxby Downs, State of South Australia

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Roxby Downs and nearby locations:
  • Jacurtis95 Jordan Curtis (@Jacurtis95) reported from Roxby Downs, State of South Australia

    If I was Foxtel I would simply provide a good service at an affordable price so that consumers don’t get deterred and resort to piracy

  • Jacurtis95 Jordan Curtis (@Jacurtis95) reported from Roxby Downs, State of South Australia

    This is the dumbest shit It’s not a right for Sky News to be played in public spaces, and if they were so concerned about their programming being seen by the public they’d make it available for free and not just a side package for Foxtel subscribers

FOXTEL Issues Reports

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  • ouninpohja4661 Dürkõ (@ouninpohja4661) reported

    @KimKardashian I’ll admit I laugh when I see your advertisement on Australian TV @Foxtel. You say, “I’m rushing home!” There’s two factors, 1. no seat belt and 2. What the actual **** will you achieve in a dilemma (that’s a really big problem).

  • proghurt Proghurt (@proghurt) reported

    Season 2 of @Succession_HBO done, time to cancel @Foxtel sub. Only $ platform with ads before episodes. Sub-par app and streaming experience. Most expensive. Basic subscription is presented as two ‘packs’ but you can’t pick just one so you end up paying for both. Appalling.

  • Simon_Kennedy Simon Kennedy (@Simon_Kennedy) reported from Sydney, State of New South Wales

    I don’t have @SkyNewsAust on at home. Never have. If I did the only reason to watch is saying his goodbyes tonight. @David_Speers - I look forward to watching you at home rather than in a Foxtel equipped hotel room. I’m proud of you mate.

  • JasonSman21 Jason Sman21 (@JasonSman21) reported

    @RalphyHeraldSun Well you guys have been saying the deal is pretty much done for the last few days so if you guys are not making shit up, then that means AFL/Foxtel have told them to wait until it’s live on TV, this will be 1st deal, then a bunch to follow

  • Peacheykeen64 Peachey (@Peacheykeen64) reported

    @FOXTEL_Help you keep assuring yourselves the problem is fixed but it ain’t. Download speed’s pathetic.

  • kevinbertao Kevin (@kevinbertao) reported

    Lol the amount of ads on @Foxtel is ridiculous. I pay a shitload for this and still I get bombarded with ads. Can’t wait to cancel when I move house and just get @kayosports to watch footy.

  • lachie_young Lachie Young (@lachie_young) reported

    Foxtel being installed at the new home on Friday. Watching free-to-air TV in the meantime. Have to say, #BrideAndPrejudiceAU could be the worst thing I’ve ever seen on TV. Surely these people are just really bad actors

  • Auntie_Fran Fran the Radical Centrist🏳️‍🌈🇦🇺🌏🦄♌️ (@Auntie_Fran) reported

    @NickRossTech @Asher_Wolf There is plenty of room to blame Telstra, especially back at the bid stage, but I wouldn't overlook what was the problem in the Abbott government era. My belief is the objective of the change was rescuing Foxtel's soon to be stranded asset by re-using it for HFC.

  • davebrooker322 💧Dave (@davebrooker322) reported

    @LesStonehouse The download on Foxtel can be up to....... wait for it.... a Gb/s I shit you not Dodgy ******* as mate

  • twasink Robert Watkins (@twasink) reported

    Other telcos were able to break out in greenfield developments, but nobody was going back into established suburbs to put in a parallel fibre network to compete with the copper PSTN system. Even Foxtel's cable rollout stopped the instant that Optus announced they were giving up.