NBN Outage in Westbrook, Toowoomba, State of Queensland

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

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NBN problems in the last 24 hours in Westbrook, State of Queensland

NBN Outage Chart in Westbrook, Toowoomba, State of Queensland 09/23/2020 00:40

September 23: Problems at NBN

NBN is having issues since 08:40 AM AEST. Are you also affected? Leave a message in the comments section!

Most Reported Problems:

  • Internet 75.83% Internet
  • Wi-fi 9.86% Wi-fi
  • E-mail 5.80% E-mail
  • Total Blackout 5.67% Total Blackout
  • Phone 2.59% Phone
  • TV .25% TV

NBN Outage Map Near Westbrook, Toowoomba, State of Queensland

The most recent outage reports and issues originated from Rockmount.

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NBN Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • StevensAsh Ashley Stevens (@StevensAsh) reported

    @AlboMP My NBN works fine. Glad I didn't wait another decade for your stupid plan.

  • JasonPincini Jason Pincini (@JasonPincini) reported

    @albericie They achieved getting more than half of homes connected to NBN in 2 terms rather than “just drawing up a plan ...” oh HANG on “Gillard .....”. ( 50% of copper replaced AKA node-exchange achieved 75% of benefit ... strategic management )

  • mu_infinity mary (@mu_infinity) reported

    @PhillipCoorey Better late than never!!! NO! This government is hopeless and this was an extremely bad decision which “surprise surprise” wasn’t backed by academics and experts. How much has this cost? Not only the cost of the NBN itself, but the cost of poor internet across the country.

  • jasonandrade Jason Andrade (@jasonandrade) reported

    @Idealaw Technically you already have No Broadband Network so... you have the NBN.

  • BaylyDavid David Bayly (@BaylyDavid) reported

    @AlboMP Sorry Albo, not so. Even as a Labour voter I recognise that the fibre to the node has been rolled out quicker and cheap than fibre to the home. I have had NBN for a year, no problems and vastly superior to ADSL2+. I don't need fibre to home. Upgrade choice is sensible IF needed.

  • RhoBeta1 RhoBeta 🌾🌊💧🌾🌊 (@RhoBeta1) reported

    @mjrowland68 @BreakfastNews We jumped at the chance to have FTTN NBN services, simply because it was faster than ADSL. So yes. And given the history (and cost) of the mixed technology service, they should have done it properly first time. Worth noting that FTTN is NOT faster than Telstra's 4G wireless.

  • cjsz90 Kstov (@cjsz90) reported

    @NBN_Australia So does this mean I'll finally get some form of access to NBN? I live in Melbourne Metro, NBN 500m down the road, card in my letter box 3 years ago, still on DSL with speeds as good as dialup. Or is this only for the lucky ones that currently have access?

  • CameronBurge Cameron Burge (@CameronBurge) reported

    It might be my own poor powers of observation or the anti-user friendly format of the site, but it seems the NBN backflip doesn't warrant a mention on the front of the SMH webpage either.

  • it_is_sean Sean Crosby (@it_is_sean) reported

    @StrayDog67 @PaulFletcherMP @NBN_Australia Yep, and the apartment builders who had to put their own network in because NBN didn't get with the times and lay fibre

  • CDolleSamuel C Dolle-Samuel (@CDolleSamuel) reported

    @Optus any #nbn or tech outages in Dundas? Can't use your app on work mobile and home internet down and its impossible to talk to anyone