Optus Outage Report in Thredbo, Snowy River, State of New South Wales

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

Problems in the last 24 hours in Thredbo, State of New South Wales

The chart below shows the number of Optus reports we have received in the last 24 hours from users in Thredbo and surrounding areas. An outage is declared when the number of reports exceeds the baseline, represented by the red line.

Optus Outage Chart in Thredbo, Snowy River, State of New South Wales 12/05/2023 03:15

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Most Reported Problems

The following are the most recent problems reported by Optus users through our website.

  1. Internet (43%)

    Internet (43%)

  2. Phone (29%)

    Phone (29%)

  3. Total Blackout (12%)

    Total Blackout (12%)

  4. Wi-fi (8%)

    Wi-fi (8%)

  5. E-mail (7%)

    E-mail (7%)

  6. TV (1%)

    TV (1%)

Live Outage Map Near Thredbo, Snowy River, State of New South Wales

The most recent Optus outage reports came from the following cities: Thredbo.

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Optus Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • tyroga Tyroga (@tyroga) reported

    @cambabs @Optus After opening an account, I have never been asked to provide license or passport numbers as a form of ID when making an enquiry with my phone company or my bank. It's always Full Name, Address, Phone, DOB.

  • Bohica95338120 Bohica (@Bohica95338120) reported

    @elijah_esq @newscomauHQ The API Swagger is provided by CDR team itself. Their designs are pretty good and secure using FAPI 2.0 and OAuth 2.0. framework It's Optus's failure that they had an unsecured Dev API opend to public and backend connected production datasets with customer PII data.

  • JamesCattermol1 James Cattermole (@JamesCattermol1) reported

    @hughriminton I was a Telstra customer until their appalling service caused me to get a black mark against my credit totally due to their massive incompetence. Optus have been very good in the 20 years since I started with them... until now.

  • medicine_brain brain][medicine (@medicine_brain) reported

    @SusanLa69642683 @MFWitches @Optus That us too. Left them 5+ yrs ago because they were the worst phone co I've ever dealt with now find out my partners details have been compromised.

  • Pinpadpromptz Pinpadprompts (@Pinpadpromptz) reported

    @Optus which service provider should I switch to?

  • Jeremy_Kirk Jeremy Kirk (@Jeremy_Kirk) reported

    ENDING CAVEAT: We don’t know if this is what happened at Optus, but generally is a security issue that has cause problems in the past. Only Optus has the full story on this, and hopefully we will learn it soon.

  • neumann55_ohm Oliver Neumann (@neumann55_ohm) reported

    So just heard ALBO on 5aaa, He is still blaming Scomo’s gov for every other thing, eg how our good economy suffered inflation, National Dept, etc,etc… Inc. how the hack on OPTUS wouldn’t have if.. the LNP…. Wtf! How about the Dept drawn by the VicGov etc.

  • lucyintheskaii (@lucyintheskaii) reported

    if I were an optus customer I’d be doing everything I can to help sue ******** out of them. That amount of private information being leaked is abysmal.

  • LionsGreg Greg Lions (@LionsGreg) reported

    @theprojecttv And so they should..Optus error, they should pay to fix.

  • ravirockks Ravi Nayyar (@ravirockks) reported

    If these actions merely get up (ie before trials are done), @asicmedia must seriously consider going after the Optus Board. I say that because, even if the class actions are settled/decided in favour of Optus, the reputational damage already done would be more than terrible.