NBN Outage Report in Maryborough, Central Goldfields, State of Victoria

Problems detected

Users are reporting problems related to: internet, wi-fi and total blackout.

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 Maryborough, State of Victoria

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

NBN Outage Chart in Maryborough, Central Goldfields, State of Victoria 02/27/2024 02:50

February 27: Problems at NBN

NBN is having issues since 01:00 PM AEST. Are you also affected? Leave a message in the comments section!

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 (12%)

    Wi-fi (12%)

  3. Total Blackout (8%)

    Total Blackout (8%)

  4. E-mail (5%)

    E-mail (5%)

  5. TV (2%)

    TV (2%)

  6. Phone (1%)

    Phone (1%)

Community Discussion

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NBN Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • Lucy50010 Lucy500 (@Lucy50010) reported

    @markhumphries Is skipping the NBN entirely and going mobile for your broadband service an option? Especially 5G, if in a 5G serviced location. Don't know how the $$ compares for the mthly contract bill tho.

  • georbear AusValues (@georbear) reported

    @marauderlil90 @markhumphries Yes, it's a terrible market for renters. There are huge shortages of rental properties. These issues are much bigger and more important than a $300 NBN connection.

  • VoxExSinister DeusINXS (@VoxExSinister) reported

    @DaveColvin @markhumphries They only give you a router, not the actual NBN modem. Also, TPG has turned to crap over the last year or so. The final straw for me was trying to phone them to upgrade my plan & I couldn't get through on their sales line. I ended up switching to Aussie Broadband.

  • Buftie9 Sean Wootton (@Buftie9) reported

    @vaughantobewild @markhumphries @NBN_Australia Why? ‘Someone wants to charge someone $300 to install the service into their home, but the owner doesn’t want to pay it?’ Better go to the ombudsman.

  • Nick_Roberts74 Buckets (@Nick_Roberts74) reported

    @SteveJohnsonCAD @markhumphries So an NBN customer should only need to pay the fee once rather than having to pay it every time they move. *******.

  • EleanorFitzgib2 Eleanor Fitzgibbon (@EleanorFitzgib2) reported

    @frosty_morgan @markhumphries Renter here chose not to go with NBN when it was free connection. Why? Monthly extra cost. Neighbours' NBN is poor. Couldn't get straight answers from NBN. Technical issues re placement of the box. Owner will connect for next tennant. Very happy running hotspot from my phone.

  • Rockstr688 Rkstr688 (@Rockstr688) reported

    @NewSammyChan @NBN_Australia Never happen in Australia. We're too lax too laid back. Yanks have a ton more competition. We have tons of fat overpaid middle managers ..they have no need to improve. None. Zero.. Once starlink gets faster and cheaper NBN can suck a bag of *****.

  • mitchul_hope Mitchul Hope (@mitchul_hope) reported

    @notsomadboy @ryanjchr Should it not be the responsibility of the landlord to pay it? I would consider that the same type of utility charge as a landlord paying to fix elec~/plumbing. Hardly fair that a tenant has to pay a one off fee so that everyone else who ever rents that house can get the NBN.

  • FreeKs66 Kai Free (@FreeKs66) reported

    @markhumphries Yup, daughters rental has dodgy wiring for nbn that keeps cutting out. Landlord refuses to fix it.

  • TheRealPembo Michael Pemberton (@TheRealPembo) reported

    @markhumphries @PhillipAdams_1 I take this to mean that your NBN problem was solved by screaming something out of a nearby window.