Optus Outage in Wellington, State of New South Wales

SingTel Optus offers landline and mobile communication services to consumers and businesses, including mobile phone, mobile internet, broadband internet and television.

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Optus problems in the last 24 hours in Wellington, State of New South Wales

Optus Outage Chart in Wellington, State of New South Wales

September 19: Problems at Optus

Optus is having issues since 02:20 PM AEST. Are you also affected? Leave a message in the comments.

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Total Blackout

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  • claudiastrn2tlk 𝐂 (@claudiastrn2tlk) reported

    @sophieettaylor Optus is the WORST!!! I get no reception at all near your area (like my phone goes onto SOS mode) it’s so annoying

  • simononeill87 Simon O'Neill (@simononeill87) reported

    "We don't care how long you've been a loyal customer. New plans, higher cost, lower value. Screw you very much. Love, @optus" @Optus is the worst organisation i have ever dealt with on the phone. Time for a change I think.

  • xghosttypex xGHOSTTYPEx (@xghosttypex) reported

    @Orda_CS @Telstra @iiNet @Optus Ive heard plenty of stories over the years of Australia getting less than adequate internet. I dunno why its such a problem.

  • chrismayer Chris Mayer (@chrismayer) reported

    @Telstra Yep, no idea why and have just returned to Optus. Good luck keeping customers. No chance with this level of service. Identified 4 times nows. Online, Chat, In Store, Chat again. A joke. No information at any point.

  • RuthRavens Ravens (@RuthRavens) reported

    @wxllys i’d try either optus, telstra or i’ve even heard dodo ain’t bad

  • SaronStacey stacey saron (@SaronStacey) reported

    @Optus 10 days my phone has been sitting there in the assessment center with still no answers. Whyntell customer's allow 5 to 7 days. Not happy

  • bootrino bootrino (@bootrino) reported

    @chrismayer @Telstra I went through the exact same thing with Optus a few years back. Eventually I called the executive assistant to the CEO and she really knew how to make things happen - within a day or two - problem solved.

  • AeroCross Mario Cuba (@AeroCross) reported

    @sj26 @Telstra @VodafoneAU @Optus I am on Belong and they not only have data sharing, but they also have data gifting and they allow your monthly data leftover to carry over to the next month. It's a good deal. They're on the Telstra network, too.

  • Optus Optus (@Optus) reported

    @moo_im_a_goat I do get what you're saying, Dan. The 5G Home Broadband service is only available in limited areas of selected suburbs on the Optus 5G Network. We also need to meet our 50Mbps satisfaction guarantee. That's one of the provisions outlined in your contract. Dan

  • jaydisc Jason Discount (@jaydisc) reported

    Actually, at least with @Optus, this wasn’t such a bad idea as once you activate an eSIM by QR, you seemingly can’t add it again. It sort of gets cancelled after activation.