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NBN Outage in Suffolk Park, Byron Shire, 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 Suffolk Park, State of New South Wales

NBN Outage Chart in Suffolk Park, Byron Shire, State of New South Wales 09/26/2020 21:50

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:

  • Internet 75.73% Internet
  • Wi-fi 10.23% Wi-fi
  • Total Blackout 5.55% Total Blackout
  • E-mail 5.33% E-mail
  • Phone 2.61% Phone
  • TV .54% TV

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NBN Issues Reports Near Suffolk Park, State of New South Wales

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Suffolk Park and nearby locations:
  • teeser 💧Linda Teese (@teeser) reported from Byron Bay, State of New South Wales

    @JezNews NBN was never going to work properly

  • teeser 💧Linda Teese (@teeser) reported from Byron Bay, State of New South Wales

    @stuartrobertmp FIX THE NBN!!!

  • raywilton4 💧Ray Wilton 💧💦 (@raywilton4) reported from Lennox Head, State of New South Wales

    “The staggering sum was highlighted by the nation’s peak body for phone and internet users on Wednesday, in a response to the consumer watchdog’s NBN Wholesale Service Standards Inquiry draft decision.”

  • teeser 💧Linda Teese (@teeser) reported from Byron Bay, State of New South Wales

    @StuartEdser A litany of poor decisions relating to the environment, treatment of asylum seekers, welfare recipients and the NBN

  • raywilton4 💧Ray Wilton 💧💦 (@raywilton4) reported from Lennox Head, State of New South Wales

    “By next year, the NBN Co has promised to have 8.1 million homes and businesses using the service, with a further 11.7 million ready to connect. However, experts have warned the NBN’s speed and reliability issues will only worsen as more households and businesses connect.”

  • raywilton4 💧Ray Wilton 💧💦 (@raywilton4) reported from Lennox Head, State of New South Wales

    “However, Internet Australia chair Paul Brooks slammed the report as “self-serving” & “disingenuous”. “Clearly [the NBN Co] have an image problem they’re trying to repair, and that image problem is justified,” Dr Brooks said. Speedtest ranks Australia 61st for broadband speed”

  • raywilton4 💧Ray Wilton 💧💦 (@raywilton4) reported from Lennox Head, State of New South Wales

    “Mr Mullen claimed that the NBN’s high wholesale pricing would force resellers to “withdraw or go broke”, with consumers ultimately losing out. “The downside of this in turn will be fewer service providers and ultimately higher broadband prices to the consumer,” Mr Mullen said.”

  • raywilton4 💧Ray Wilton 💧💦 (@raywilton4) reported from Lennox Head, State of New South Wales

    “Labor had spent around $6.5 billion on the NBN when the Coalition took power in 2013, with the government since splashing more than $44 billion of taxpayer funds to create what experts have described as an “obsolete” and “third-world” broadband network.” Arrogant f**king lnp.

  • teeser 💧Linda Teese (@teeser) reported from Byron Bay, State of New South Wales

    @platykitten We're already paying for a substandard service. Let NBN pay the fkn tax

NBN Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • bferris1703 💧Brett Ferris (@bferris1703) reported

    @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

  • eveyaus eveyAus (@eveyaus) reported

    @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

  • Blaydenn67 Brett Martin (@Blaydenn67) reported

    @TurnbullMalcolm This is a bad take if we're being kind and a lie if we're being honest. This is a straight backflip, and the infrastructural trash-heap failure that is the NBN is 100% on the LNP.

  • failingtostop Type21 (@failingtostop) reported

    @TurnbullMalcolm What ever happened to being wrong and taking responsibility for mistakes ,you fvcked it up , the reason you did shall never be known but you did **** the NBN from the start ..

  • Suzanne43554675 Misty Mountain (@Suzanne43554675) reported

    @GrahamPerrettMP @Qldaah Living in the same postcode where broadband is not available to all houses (not enough ports in rural areas), only wifi & our area is told we won’t get NBN, I’m not surprised at the costs. @Telstra are making a lot of $$ from ppl on the GC & provide an appalling service.

  • GeeForce77 Johnny Boy (@GeeForce77) reported

    @JohnRHewson John, just look at the comments on any Optus 5G Facebook add (they advertise a lot) and you will see that customers complain that the 5G towers have a frustrating & ridiculously short range. So, 5G will never replace NBN.

  • Huw_Merlin Huw Merlin (@Huw_Merlin) reported

    @JohnRHewson Load is the problem with 5G. Tower interference due to weather. NBN on the other hand, true NBN, suffers none of that. Can run much faster. But this Gov has limited the speed to make it seem like copper isn't so bad. But we and the ACCC & ombudsman know it is.

  • NBN_Australia nbn™ Australia (@NBN_Australia) reported

    @FetchStep Hey there. Nbn is rolling out a Multi-Technology Mix network, which consists of Fixed Line, Fixed Wireless and Sky Muster Satellite services. To determine which technology will be used within a certain area, a number of factors are taken into consideration including 1/3

  • Meeks999 Meeks (@Meeks999) reported

    @JohnRHewson Using wireless now. Never bothered with NBN.

  • BRSTest1 BRSTa (@BRSTest1) reported

    @JohnRHewson I won’t be looking to upgrade my mobile during the COVID era due to working from home. I doubt I’m alone in that, so I think many of us will be looking for more NBN as it eliminates signal woes.