NBN Outage in Cooma, 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 Cooma, State of New South Wales
September 26: Problems at NBN
NBN is having issues since 07:40 AM AEST. Are you also affected? Leave a message in the comments section!
Most Reported Problems:
- Total Blackout
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NBN Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
@CaroDiRusso Brisbane has crap reception for phones - they regularly drop out. The NBN in Brisbane City is marginally better than Canberra, but it is not virtue to be better than the worst.
@paulspiteri Hi@paulspiteri .Sorry to hear about your experience this morning. In regards to your NBN not working, you will need to contact your Telecommunication Company for some assistance. Kind Regards. Alex- Jemena Faults
@CaroDiRusso NBN 😤😤😤. There was an optic fibre cable put down from 2j to Miling (runs through guts of our farm ) 14 years ago. 2m deep. Has not been used.
@VanSenate @BevMcArthurMP @DanielAndrewsMP Yeah ok Van. When are we going to see justice for sports rorts, $30mill land purchase, branch stacking, water sales, NBN failure... etc. That you can demand accountability on the back of your own failure is hypocrisy at its utter worst. #libfail
@NBN_Australia Internet issues Mosman, Sydney, NSW right now?
Telstra NBN issues in Mosman ❓ #telstra #bigpond #nbn
Weird to see how everyone is pushing this hard against Dan Andrews, yet never in my life have I seen this level of scrutiny being applied to every other colossal **** up made by the LNP. News about the NBN this week buried, Sports Rorts not at all an issue, ScoMo's response to
@NBN_Australia It’s not that it’s ‘slow’, it’s just that I was getting 50mb/s on cable internet and maybe 45mb/s with the NBN. What progress!
@TurnbullMalcolm "The premise of the shift from Labor’s original (FTTP) vision to the multi-technology-mix was to build the NBN far more quickly and cheaply and then, as demand for higher speeds emerged, upgrade the network." Upgrade? Before the 1st rollout is even finished? 1/2
@jaquix173 @TurnbullMalcolm Every complaint about nbn I see is copper related. Telstra neglected it’s copper and you can’t get past the scripted overseas operators or the nbn budget to get yiyr copper replaced. Not that banker boy here would understand he got fttp installed to his mansion