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NBN Outage Report in Willaura, Ararat, State of Victoria

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The National Broadband Network (NBN) is an Australian national wholesale open-access data network project and offers landline phone and internet network.

Problems in the last 24 hours in Willaura, State of Victoria

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

NBN Outage Chart in Willaura, Ararat, State of Victoria 03/04/2024 19:15

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Most Reported Problems

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

  1. Internet (72%)

    Internet (72%)

  2. Wi-fi (11%)

    Wi-fi (11%)

  3. Total Blackout (8%)

    Total Blackout (8%)

  4. E-mail (5%)

    E-mail (5%)

  5. TV (2%)

    TV (2%)

  6. Phone (1%)

    Phone (1%)

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NBN Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • Peta_xo Peta ஐ (@Peta_xo) reported

    It's been another month and no progress with further cabling because @NBN_Australia have registered our neighbours service under our address.. and can't seem to fix it.

  • siyaamtweets siyaam (@siyaamtweets) reported

    You are paying $ for no service , loose pay due to continuous dropouts. @NBN_Australia the least you can do is send out a technician to check out the issue . But you would rather let the customer suffer for months at end rather than pay a subcontractor

  • HowlUndRtd Howl (@HowlUndRtd) reported

    @Telstra why have a rewards centre for direct messaging, when the customer service representatives are in India.. so helpful having customer service reps that can check outage maps and do nothing else. Hacked, spam phone calls, out of country reps... trash nbn, about done.

  • christocahill Chris Cahill (@christocahill) reported

    @LennaLeprena Rupert told them they couldn’t build a proper NBN network because it would open alternates to his overpriced pay TV monopoly. The experts told them do it once do it right do it with fiber but Rupert one the day Abbott told Turnbull to wreck it so he did.

  • RyanWil62993886 Ryan Williams (@RyanWil62993886) reported

    @kimbakit @MRowlandMP Rowland is an idiot when it comes to NBN. I have not heard her mention one coherent aspect of NBN. Rowland is completely ignorant of the primary properties of fibre; therefore, she has no clue.

  • NBN_Australia nbn™ Australia (@NBN_Australia) reported

    @regularbitties We're sorry to hear you've been affected by the equipment shortage, Amy. We have started to receive the first new shipments of HFC modems and from 24 May 2021, we will begin taking new orders from customers to connect to the nbn network via HFC. We expect to be able to 1/3

  • xxshrederxx21 XXSHREDERXX21 (@xxshrederxx21) reported

    @Telstra Ayo how TF yo internet service worse on NBN? Like how? Bruh y'all evolving ya internet backwards lmao. Fr would not recommend telstra to anyone. People aight but tis a shite company.

  • lespi88 lesp (@lespi88) reported

    @PaulXBeck @DaveMilbo I just bought a house less than 10 mins from Adelaide CBD and recently found out it’s still on ADSL and won’t have NBN until at least end of June, likely later. Wtf.

  • siyaamtweets siyaam (@siyaamtweets) reported

    Absolutely horrible behaviour from @NBN_Australia . Despite multiple escalations from @Optus to send out an NBN technician to resolve my internet dropout issues they keep rejecting .

  • rossco65 Rossco65 (@rossco65) reported

    @elonmusk @thesheetztweetz Looking forward to getting it where I am in regional NSW, Australia so I can bypass the Telstra/NBN fiasco that sees us with poor and intermittent internet. (and paying $90/month for it). Starlink will be AUD $140/month but worth it for the speeds and alternative choice.