NBN Outage Report in Rockmount, Lockyer Valley, State of Queensland

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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 Rockmount, State of Queensland

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

NBN Outage Chart in Rockmount, Lockyer Valley, State of Queensland 12/11/2023 11:30

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Most Reported Problems

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

  1. Internet (71%)

    Internet (71%)

  2. Wi-fi (12%)

    Wi-fi (12%)

  3. Total Blackout (7%)

    Total Blackout (7%)

  4. E-mail (5%)

    E-mail (5%)

  5. TV (2%)

    TV (2%)

  6. Phone (2%)

    Phone (2%)

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NBN Issues Reports Near Rockmount, State of Queensland

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Rockmount and nearby locations:

  • domslashryan Dooooom (@domslashryan) reported from Toowoomba, State of Queensland

    @ZachWeiner Part of the other side of the issue was that once the NBN came into your area, the original phone lines shut down, so you had to get an NBN plan. A lot of telcos shoved people onto a 12 Mbps plan, which was never designed for internet use, only as a phone line

NBN Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • Willtech101 Willtech (@Willtech101) reported

    Currently performing an increased reliability upgrade. We are doubling our PHP server infrastructure to allow service on one while a second continues to serve. Other reliability issues include instability of business grade NBN and to alleviate we are installing a backup service.

  • kylejnowland Kyzie (@kylejnowland) reported

    @NBN_Australia any chance of upgrading the internet service in Greenwood? Are we living in the 60s or what??? @Telstra

  • Gabytannous3 Gaby tannous (@Gabytannous3) reported

    @7NewsSydney Fix it fuckwits my nbn is **** and slow

  • anthonyspiteri anthonyspiteri.net (@anthonyspiteri) reported

    Very interesting that one of the biggest Internet Service Providers here in Australia @iiNet is putting UP broadband prices for their plans. Blaming @NBN_Australia ... generally speaking in the price vs value vs speed battle it's usually speed and value that go up.

  • Beyond_Design_x Beyond Infinity ;) (@Beyond_Design_x) reported

    @TPG_Telecom Hi TPG, I was with without NBN for 7 days due to your faulty equipment and you have only given a credit for one day of no service. After multiple emails and calls you still haven’t paid the remaining 6 days.

  • virgotweet Stuart Tomlinson (@virgotweet) reported

    NBN is not working again on desktops #NBNFail

  • Ninja1Online TheOnlineNinja (@Ninja1Online) reported

    @CapMothy @NBN_Australia Apparently they have a problem with something in their system and the problem is occurring with everyone, no idea when it will be resolved

  • MartinGHodgson Martin Hodgson (@MartinGHodgson) reported

    @Telstra @Adam_CF Tathra here, and also no NBN and impossibly slow 4G

  • Cait27536782 Cait @ Crying in the shower (@Cait27536782) reported

    Internet is an important utility. Absolutely absurd that @NBN_Australia can take days to fix an outage with no ETA.

  • SoyCuckBoi1 SoyCuckBoi (@SoyCuckBoi1) reported

    @tonytardio Damn bro, an expansion to the rail network doesn't "STACK UP". What are you even saying? Is the implication that Victorias population is unchanging and doesn't need extra PT access for the future? I wonder what your views on the NBN was before whole country was working from home