NBN Outage in Port Macquarie, State of New South Wales

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

 Problems detected at NBN

NBN problems in the last 24 hours in Port Macquarie, State of New South Wales

NBN Outage Chart in Port Macquarie, State of New South Wales

October 13: Problems at NBN

NBN is having issues since 06:20 AM AEST. Are you also affected? Leave a message in the comments.

Most Reported Problems:

Internet
(68.06%)
Total Blackout
(14.04%)
Wi-fi
(8.15%)
E-mail
(5.89%)
Phone
(2.70%)
TV
(1.16%)

NBN Outage Map Near Port Macquarie, State of New South Wales

The most recent outage reports and issues originated from Port Macquarie.

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NBN Issues Reports Near Port Macquarie, State of New South Wales

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Port Macquarie and nearby locations:
  • geoff__thompson Geoff Thompson (@geoff__thompson) reported from North Shore, State of New South Wales

    @TheSaltminer @NickRossTech @abcnews @netflix @abc730 The story is specifically about streaming TV killing the NBN’s dream of fast broadband on fixed wireless. Whether it was a stupid dream to begin with is another issue. There’s a strong argument that FW has been poorly deployed - but it was in the mix for all ministers.

  • TheStrengthEP Jeremy Cowin (@TheStrengthEP) reported from Port Macquarie, State of New South Wales

    @NRLonNine @Channel9 Either my nbn is slow or 9go sucks. Lagging and buffering every 2 mins. Sort it out guys.

NBN Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • NSchildberger Nick Schildberger (@NSchildberger) reported

    @NBN_Australia phone support as useful as an ashtray on a motorbike. Neighbours got NBN 10 months ago, yet they can’t tell us why we’re at least 6 months away. Meanwhile our phone gets disconnected every few weeks.

  • RavinEmerald Anthea (@RavinEmerald) reported

    @LesStonehouse NBN sucks! Clearly didnt think it through properly given copper lines could still be used for emergencies during power outages. Now if the power goes out, you only have a mobile to communicate and if that runs out of battery you’re screwed.

  • JimRHoughton Ignoble Jim Houghton (@JimRHoughton) reported

    @LesStonehouse Except it's not a **** up for the beneficiaries of the Coalition NBN policy. It all went exactly as planned.

  • Adam_Dorain Adam Dorain (@Adam_Dorain) reported

    @LesStonehouse NBN.. $50+ billion on a temporary network

  • Kev_Hearn Kev Hearn (@Kev_Hearn) reported

    @LesStonehouse NBN but it was destined from the get go to be shit.

  • 8RIGHTS 8right (@8RIGHTS) reported

    @Brandini797 @navidreamwalker @Pie_Zilla @Binky390 @FBananapants @P3rf0rm @FortniteGame nope. have nbn. was even streaming with no connection problems. but couldnt get into epic nice 1iq take ******** :)

  • 8RIGHTS 8right (@8RIGHTS) reported

    @Brandini797 @navidreamwalker @Pie_Zilla @Binky390 @FBananapants @P3rf0rm @FortniteGame nope. have nbn. was even streaming with no connection problems. nice 1iq take ******** :)

  • shoops100 💧A Ginger (@shoops100) reported

    @AnthonyCole68 @SBSNews And there would be 100 expensive, empty holes in the ground plus, no price on Carbon and a broken NBN.

  • LydiaCLee LydiaCLee (@LydiaCLee) reported

    Got up at 6 am to work and the NBN is not working. We have gone from internet that rarely dropped out to internet that rarely works. And doesn’t work downstairs. Thanks @Telstra and @NBN_Australia and still not been called back from Saturday’s call to the retail provider

  • bittenbydesign Bitten By Design (@bittenbydesign) reported from Central Coast, State of New South Wales

    @alexwantscoffee @NBN_Australia Exactly my thoughts. And no amount of help from the service provider is going to change the amount of users on the node, or as you say, magically turn the copper lines to fibre optic.