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NBN Outage in Hall, Australian Capital Territory

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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Most Reported Problems:

  • Internet 78.01% Internet
  • Wi-fi 8.15% Wi-fi
  • Total Blackout 6.08% Total Blackout
  • E-mail 4.14% E-mail
  • Phone 2.07% Phone
  • TV 1.55% TV

NBN Outage Map Near Hall, Australian Capital Territory

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NBN Issues Reports Near Hall, Australian Capital Territory

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Hall and nearby locations:
  • BeCarbin Bernadette Carbin (@BeCarbin) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @AusIndiMedia Your NBN couldn’t be that slow could it??

  • Mdm_Fahrenheit Madam M (@Mdm_Fahrenheit) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    Hey @NBN_Australia fix your system issues and stop rejecting orders so I can have the internet at my new house! People are trying to work from home you know.

  • Ian__P Ian (@Ian__P) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @ajamesbragg @AlboMP I'd raise the issue of #NBN advertising which seems wasteful and pointless given they aren't retailing to consumers directly.

  • VernVerass Verner Verass (@VernVerass) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @mephistojones Mephisto ~ the NBN is intentionally sub-standard: The original model of fibre to the premises will need to be retro-fitted ~ the NBN requires a rebuild to meet world standard service delivery.

  • hgo7627 HG (@hgo7627) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @JmarrMarr Apparently we now can — by engaging @NBN_Australia to provide fibre to the home. Because of my crap service I got a quote. Sadly, I won’t get my crap service improved — quote was more than $5k.

  • bridgettilley Bridget Tilley (@bridgettilley) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    Hi @Telstra I just received a robo call telling me my internet will be disconnected today to fix a problem ( I don’t have a problem). I’m an @iiNet customer with @NBN_Australia in Belconnen area Canberra. Could you pls advise ?

  • JoshuaWithers Josh Withers (@JoshuaWithers) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @jendudley @eliotharper In the months before we were allowed to switch, NBN staff told me that we were already on the NBN network, they would change everyone slowly, then once all were converted, you could switch.

  • fenham 💧Dave Lazzari (@fenham) reported from Queanbeyan, State of New South Wales

    @SwannyQLD @colleenhm They will never admit to making a real *****-up of the #NBN and that they spitefully screwed it because it's never been a #LibNat strength to improve things like national infrastructure. All they see is money being spent with no obvious benefits. They suffer from extreme myopia

  • ianpmcleod Ian McLeod (@ianpmcleod) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @Deligracy No, this is closely guarded but what is wisely known is classifying the NBN as a commercially entity, to keep it off the national books (making them look better) means nodes are up to 500m distant. Upgrading to fibre won't fix NBN pricing (congestion) as a result either.

  • Lindday8 Lindsay (@Lindday8) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @Telstra NBN speed slow and dropping out in Flynn act is there issue

  • AussieRoz RepublicanRoz #SaveOurABC💧 (@AussieRoz) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @JaneCaro @NBN_Australia Just send a tweet about The Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman NBN suddenly played nice. So did my provider. I got my own support person!!

  • skwashd Dave Hall aka Not Funny (@skwashd) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    Hey @andy_penn why won’t you fix phone lines in fire effected areas that will only get satellite NBN? These areas used to have decent ADSL. People can’t sign up for satellite because it’s over subscribed. Looking forward to your field team fixing this.

  • skwashd Dave Hall aka Not Funny (@skwashd) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @gusworldau @NBN_Australia It’s frustrating when you know more about the problem than the person copying and pasting boilerplate yet you’re powerless to fix it.

  • sargentsarto Adam (@sargentsarto) reported from Queanbeyan, State of New South Wales

    @mrbargearse @PuntHubAus The issue is the poor level that the NBN brings in country areas.. it is simply ordinary. Pay for 100% get less than 1% in peak periods. This is the issue for the streaming argument. The infrastructure is woeful.

  • ClarkGreenaway Clark Greenaway🇦🇺 (@ClarkGreenaway) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @Angela60650391 @juliemonry @ABCaustralia With NBN there isn't even that need anymore. I have been receiving gov updates via my mobile phone provider not the ABC at all. All commercial broadcasters ate required to provide community service announcements. Their is no longer a need for the ABC.

  • cherellemurpfry Cherelle Murphy (@cherellemurpfry) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    NBN capacity lifted to help those who can work from home to do so.

  • garth_morrison Garth Morrison (@garth_morrison) reported from Queanbeyan, State of New South Wales

    @NBN_Australia Response from NBN - ‘Go to your service provider’ 🙄 They’ve been on it for months guys. You’re the hold up.

  • Steve_Pesic steve_outandabout (@Steve_Pesic) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    Everyone giving scomo grief for leadership but the bosses from Telstra and NBN should be high on the list for poor leadership, thousands of people with no phones or internet, hours, days, weeks and months spent by people just trying to use a service in Australia in 2020...

  • Tikkaspecial Steve Smith (@Tikkaspecial) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @Optus NBN down this morning. Website reports no issues at 2911.

  • ClarkGreenaway Clark Greenaway🇦🇺 (@ClarkGreenaway) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @theoztrucker The subs don't make a lot of sense and the NBN was always a disaster, a Rolls Royce limo instead of a bus service. The Snowy I don't know, seems to make sense. The fighter aircraft are necessary but not themselves. They are for reasons no one wants to voice.

NBN Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • Jraynerwastaken Janeraynerwastaken (@Jraynerwastaken) reported

    @doctorconcosta @ItsBouquet @oldlillipilli But the NBN is a **** show. $77m reward for under performing execs. Wonder how much they would have got if they brought it in on time & on budget?

  • ChickenSteady ChickenMacaroni (@ChickenSteady) reported

    BSODs so now all my game files have been corrupted for some reason and now i am in a lot of mental anguish and @NBN_Australia has **** dl speeds, because we ended up with subpar broadband infrastructure because a couple of blokes wanted to save some money

  • ShaneBryan_IT Shane Bryan 🍩 (@ShaneBryan_IT) reported

    @dawnstarau I’m sure all the fat bonuses that @NBN_Australia Execs got that it allowed them to ditch their connections and go with TPG Fibre 1000 connections that NBN will never, ever deliver.

  • CreakingG CreakingGum 🎗🐨🌳 (@CreakingG) reported

    @GRAILKNIGHT1 @SquigglyRick @MurrayWatt I agree with this observation. Policy driven by ideology. LNP want to smash every service where govt. helps people. Numerous examples : Centrelink, NDIS, NBN, domestic violence grass roots services, Aust Post, CSIRO, Aust Alcohol & Other Drugs Council of Aust, Medicare.

  • alansanders57 Alan Sanders (@alansanders57) reported

    @NBN_Australia this is not fair. Your techs "fixed" wiring in the street so our neighbors now have internet but we lost ours the same day. Not a coincidence. Now we have to wait 10 days for your tech to fix what they broke.

  • Ozziebon Edna Hemming (@Ozziebon) reported

    @Telstra Why is our internet always down in our area. The stupid nbn has got knobs on it. Total waste of money

  • Ozziebon Edna Hemming (@Ozziebon) reported

    @Telstra What's the use when we have no service in our area. All afternoon l have been trying to get Netflix on the Xbox to absolutely no avail . THE nbn is totally useless in our area. so bloody annoying

  • masztro #Mas7ro (@masztro) reported

    @Telstra The troubleshooting tool advised that there was an issue with NBN and not outages so a technician was booked to check our connection

  • MathWebEntry Matthew (@MathWebEntry) reported

    @GyledC @dawnstarau Lol. It’s like they want to fail. The year is 2021 and NBN Co are trying to emulate dialup modems using fiber optics. Because why not?

  • bittenbydesign Bitten By Design (@bittenbydesign) reported

    @twit_generic @abcnews @ScottMorrisonMP No don’t be silly, this is the SAME money he promised for bushfire recovery, then flood recovery, then covid recovery, then NBN ‘fix’ and then for purchasing vaccines. He will then make it reliant on robodebt 2.0 making the same as the failed robodebt 1 was supposed to make.