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NBN Outage in Buninyong, Ballarat North, State of Victoria

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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NBN problems in the last 24 hours in Buninyong, State of Victoria

NBN Outage Chart in Buninyong, Ballarat North, State of Victoria 09/21/2020 01:30

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Most Reported Problems:

  • Internet 74.84% Internet
  • Wi-fi 9.86% Wi-fi
  • Total Blackout 6.19% Total Blackout
  • E-mail 6.07% E-mail
  • Phone 2.53% Phone
  • TV .51% TV

NBN Outage Map Near Buninyong, Ballarat North, State of Victoria

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NBN Issues Reports Near Buninyong, State of Victoria

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  • FmkMister MisterM (@FmkMister) reported

    @JulianBurnside Considering it is now being run by one of his x-stooges my guess = all of it, same as their attack on internet freedoms the biggest benefiter...Murdoch, oh and lets not forget the NBN that he tanked because his shitty Fox network couldn't handle the competition. Murdock Killed OZ

  • amak3102 amak (@amak3102) reported

    @Telstra internet via cable. Seems Telstra have cut off my cable service in preparation to going to NBN. Sadly NBN wont be ready till 1/10 Can you help please. Ref: INC11229249. Went out and purchased a smartmodem which cost $209 whilst waiting for my NBN one to arrive

  • B00MPUMA BoomP (@B00MPUMA) reported

    @slate_akita If this is on Australia's NBN it probably won't go faster, it'll continue at it's tedious slow pace, or worse still, time out. Restart 2020 all over again.

  • MatHenderson5 Mat Henderson (@MatHenderson5) reported

    @MyRepublicAU I don't think you are really committed to communication.This page is hardly ever updated. Everytime there has been an outage in my area this page shows 'no known issues.' I have to check the NBN status page to find out there is 'planned maintenance'.

  • the_jongleur Michael Mulhern (@the_jongleur) reported from Sydney, State of New South Wales

    Hey @NBN_Australia just hung up on another scam caller saying they’re (you/NBN) are going to cut off our phone/Internet service. What are you doing about these scamsters?

  • bneandy Andy (@bneandy) reported

    @Aussie_BB hola amigos, signed up for 1000 down on Friday. I know it's only Monday, but I am expecting an NBN tech at some point I am pretty sure. Any idea on a time frame? Not in a rush, just wondering. In Brisbane if that helps.

  • sta_fortis Shahnawaaz Khan (@sta_fortis) reported

    @NBN_Australia How can I talk to someone from my nbn? My co-existence period ended but my max speed is only 65mbs. I live 750 metres from the box. Your customer service line keeps telling me to go online.

  • RBJRON 💧Ron Jones❄ (@RBJRON) reported

    @PeterPyke I've inquired about NBN WiFi and they are coming out in a months time to check whether I can get a signal

  • Meggone2 AdiosBogart (@Meggone2) reported

    @Gotpeg @dissin @riseupmelbourne NBN is safe because it is cabled. Anything wireless like cell towers are not. Your Wifi router is very bad can put a flymesh cage around it to reduce radiation by 90% and not affect signal. Check out EMF Protector sites will explain more.

  • Centrelink Centrelink (@Centrelink) reported

    @dhh901 The number provided is the right one for questions about your DSP claim. Phone service providers charge a fixed rate for calls from your home phone to 13 numbers from anywhere in Australia, so you may need to follow up with your NBN provider. 1/2