NBN Outage in Burnie, State of Tasmania

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The latest reports from users having issues in Burnie come from postal codes 7320.

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

NBN problems in the last 24 hours in Burnie, State of Tasmania

The following chart shows the number of reports that we have received about NBN over the past 24 hours from users in Burnie and near by areas. An outage is determined when the number of reports are higher than the baseline, represented by the red line.

NBN Outage Chart in Burnie, State of Tasmania 05/26/2022 14:10

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Most Reported Problems:

  • Internet 73.42% Internet
  • Wi-fi 10.76% Wi-fi
  • E-mail 7.81% E-mail
  • Total Blackout 5.09% Total Blackout
  • Phone 1.59% Phone
  • TV 1.34% TV

NBN Outage Map Near Burnie, State of Tasmania

The most recent outage reports and issues originated from Burnie.

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NBN in Burnie, State of Tasmania Comments

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NBN Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • Juliana22071973 Juliana Victoria (@Juliana22071973) reported

    @elonmusk Billionaire Elon Musk has reportedly played a significant role in driving up the prices across Australia’s NBN phone and internet network… Starlink technology had reduced the NBN’s viability?… interesting 🤔

  • Chirp19OCE ÇHÎRP19 (@Chirp19OCE) reported

    @NBN_Australia yo instead of raising your prices for your internet plans because people like Elon Musk are doing a better job at providing a better internet service you just idk....FIX YOUR INFRASTRUCTURE 🤔

  • seoguyberlin James Doglasse (@seoguyberlin) reported

    Australia built a slow NBN, obsolete at launch. Other players entered the market, with better, faster options. The NBN now needs to raise prices, to cover its costs due to exiting users which will cause more to leave. The NLP are to blame, but so are those who voted for them.

  • Lac_Of_Adhesion Lack Of Adhesion (@Lac_Of_Adhesion) reported

    @aussiewongm At least you were talking to a human who had some idea and didn't just try to blame NBN and hang up on you after 2 minutes.

  • talejCrypto talej ❄️ (@talejCrypto) reported


  • NickRossTech nickrosstech (@NickRossTech) reported

    @PW_Arts @carolduncan The benefits of the National Broadband Network would only have materialised after it was built. But it wasn't. So SkyMuster never really had a chance #nbn #auspol

  • PW_Arts PW_Arts (@PW_Arts) reported

    @carolduncan @NickRossTech At the risk of sounding like an Elon boy, he did get a lot of things right that Sky Mustard screwed up. that's why his Starlink is eating into NBN's share of Aussie Internet. (I'm not calling it by its proper name, it sucks badly, based on a lot of testimony I've seen)

  • wheredidgogogo Anthony Gherghetta (@wheredidgogogo) reported

    @NickRossTech @maire19 @carolduncan yes - on fixed wireless nbn in the bush. So unreliable - the towers are getting faster but they are chained together with no back-up power. If one tower goes down, the following towers all stop working. It was a disaster in the fires a few years ago. zero redundancy - crap.

  • NickRossTech nickrosstech (@NickRossTech) reported

    @wheredidgogogo @maire19 @carolduncan Just remember... you're talking about the nbnTM network and not The National Broadband Network. #auspol #nbn

  • Gary_AE Gary Austin-Eames (@Gary_AE) reported from Gold Coast, State of Queensland

    @Telstra no one ever did get back to me on why the 4g and 5g service is so shite where I live. 3 towers within 2.5km and a dozen within 5km but I still need to use wi-fi calling to guarantee calls getting through. Makes the 4g backup on my nbn modem useless.