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Optus Outage Report in Manor, Wyndham, State of Victoria

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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 Manor, State of Victoria

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

Optus Outage Chart in Manor, Wyndham, State of Victoria 04/15/2024 15:40

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Most Reported Problems

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

  1. Internet (56%)

    Internet (56%)

  2. Phone (25%)

    Phone (25%)

  3. Wi-fi (10%)

    Wi-fi (10%)

  4. Total Blackout (5%)

    Total Blackout (5%)

  5. E-mail (4%)

    E-mail (4%)

  6. TV (2%)

    TV (2%)

Live Outage Map Near Manor, Wyndham, State of Victoria

The most recent Optus outage reports came from the following cities: Melbourne and Geelong.

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Optus Issues Reports Near Manor, State of Victoria

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Manor and nearby locations:

  • jonathonnunan Jonathon Nunan (@jonathonnunan) reported from Melbourne, State of Victoria

    @nadinevoncohen @patrickkeneally Only contact I've had from Optus has been apologies for our NBN dropping out. Which is roughly about ten times a day. But hey, who could have foreseen the copper technology solution not being up to the job?

  • sbmcd Stephen McDonald (@sbmcd) reported from Melbourne, State of Victoria

    @Optus #OptusDataBreach so my partner who was a customer with you in 2016 has been notified about the data breach, but I was a customer up to a year ago and still can’t find out if my data has been compromised.

  • karan_white_ Karan White 🌱 (@karan_white_) reported from Melbourne, State of Victoria

    @mjrowland68 @BreakfastNews I'm an @Optus customer, but not for much longer. Haven't had any additional comms beyond the initial email.

  • AuspiciousTimes Claire 包玉思🏅🥈🥇🥉🥇🥇🥉🥇💉💉💉 (@AuspiciousTimes) reported from Melbourne, State of Victoria

    Biggest surprise about @Optus disaster is they had customers. Poor support, woeful service. I took them to ombudsman twice about 11/12 years ago. They couldn't re-establish my phone connections for TWO MONTHS despite a simple word in code change as a fix. #PayCompensationOptus

  • casimugh crandle (@casimugh) reported from Melbourne, State of Victoria

    Optus data hack reeks of a nerdy 14 year old that’s been banned from the PS4 so had to find entertainment elsewhere and accidentally got in trouble with his parents/the AFP

  • danielbowen Daniel Bowen (@danielbowen) reported from Melbourne, State of Victoria

    I was an Optus broadband customer until 2019. No contact from them yet. Wondering if I’m safe or not.

  • nick_komo Niko (@nick_komo) reported from Melbourne, State of Victoria

    @MrXBob @Matt92644813 @9NewsMelb Hmm i would of thought CEOs on the big bucks had some influence into important decisions. Anyway you are getting a bit too aggressive for a non optus customer. So move on 🙋 #OptusHack

  • methylnick Nick Wong AU/MEL (@methylnick) reported from Melbourne, State of Victoria

    @AntoBeck @Optus Damn. I did not get this. 😭

  • 2020digging Bo Reidler (@2020digging) reported from Melbourne, State of Victoria

    @abcnews Patterson reckons companies make errors? This is unadulterated negligence. @Optus has failed in their *legal* responsibility to keep their customers’ data safe. APP11. Penny pinching on security while dishing it out for incompetent executives is a recipe for disaster.

  • CooperCodes Cooper Everywhere All At Once 🧑🏼‍💻 (@CooperCodes) reported from Melbourne, State of Victoria

    @VicRoads @VicGovDoT Just change the license numbers please and issue new ones. And charge that back to Optus thanks.

  • mikjcal Mick (@mikjcal) reported from Melbourne, State of Victoria

    @nicenuts @Itsrustyruss @Optus I can just imagine Deborah and Alan Boomer going in there and losing their **** at the poor staff who had zero to do with it. I feel sorry for the workers in retail. Retail is already a **** job, then you have this on top of it.

  • WendyLiwendi Wendi🔆Li (@WendyLiwendi) reported from Melbourne, State of Victoria

    @KateMannell As an Optus customer I’ve received their alert email but dunno what I as an individual could do 🥲

  • mikjcal Mick (@mikjcal) reported from Melbourne, State of Victoria

    Watching the news I was reminded how in May I was on a road trip through country Victoria. I was given **** cause my phone didn’t have signal, and I had to beg to hotspot for a bit. “Just go with Optus” one said - well, I’m glad I ignored that advice and stayed with Vodafone🤭

  • Brodhe B (@Brodhe) reported from Melbourne, State of Victoria

    If you are, or if you hypothetically would have been, an Optus customer, how worried about the data breach are you?

  • stirlospace 𝚜𝚝𝚒𝚛𝚕𝚘.𝚜𝚙𝚊𝚌e (@stirlospace) reported from Melbourne, State of Victoria

    @OccupyMyGov Optus is already a pejorative here at Our House “oh no my phone has gone all optus’y” @infinitereality hopefully an actual isP or someone who can deploy a real network can take over once ACCC are done. False “5G” and “internet” ads 🤥 LYINN.

  • WAppleyard Winston Appleyard 🌈 (@WAppleyard) reported from Melbourne, State of Victoria

    @alisoncroggon As I am also an Optus customer I await..

  • CostaLambrou Constantinos Lambrou (@CostaLambrou) reported from Melbourne, State of Victoria

    @cokeefe9 @Raf_Epstein @9NewsAUS They can do whatever they want, if I anybody is hacked it’s insurance issue between the bank and Optus

  • tmwwthere Andrew Watson (@tmwwthere) reported from Melbourne, State of Victoria

    10am yesterday @Optus told me over the phone that my info wasn’t caught up in the breach. By the end of the day I received an email saying my info has been breached. No way of trusting #optus - haven’t been a customer of theirs since 2018. @SlaterGordon bring on the class action

  • SeigeCeej ⭐️⭐️⭐️Ceej⭐️⭐️⭐️ (@SeigeCeej) reported from Melbourne, State of Victoria

    @SammySatine As an Optus customer I am worried .. but I can change passwords and cancel things if I must and put blocks on all things

  • sitegeister John Ryan (@sitegeister) reported from Melbourne, State of Victoria

    Why should Optus pay fines? If you’re a customer, maybe retrospectively pay higher bills and ask for assurances and guarantee.They just did what any shareholder-driven multinational is actually tasked with doing.

Optus Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • daria_kill Daria (@daria_kill) reported

    Notified by @Optus that my name, DOB, address, email, phone number, & ID document no's have been breached. THANK **** I DON'T HAVE DIRECT DEBIT PAYMENTS SET UP. #FAIL

  • CarlsCarla Carla JS (@CarlsCarla) reported

    @VaperNt @Optus I’ve been inundated with 100s of phishing emails this week & an Optus customer. A coincidence? I think not. Still zero contact from Optus

  • ServiceNSW Service NSW (@ServiceNSW) reported

    @sharperstill No worries Jon, Optus can be reached via the My Optus App or call them on 133 937 between Monday and Friday from 9am - 6pm and Saturdays from 9am - 5pm (AEST) for further help.

  • Rad_Back_Again IamRad (@Rad_Back_Again) reported

    What happened with the Optus data breach issue of hackers stealing people’s personal information like licence/passport is exactly the same reason why no company should be allowed to hold costumer or employees personal or medical records! Lots of companies will be answering soon.

  • neilw101 Neil Wray (@neilw101) reported

    @joshgnosis Pay all costs with respect to replacing service via a new provider; including ID replacement costs, and the total cost of what’s left of the Optus contract, and the total cost of the replacement contract with a new provider.

  • MicheleScheffl1 Michele Scheffler (@MicheleScheffl1) reported

    Why don't ABC / Afternoon briefing ask The Labor Minister Debbie O'Neil about the Optus Cyber attack . Asking Has been / left over, worst corrupt Gov ever Karen Andrews Is a joke.

  • jroper James Roper (@jroper) reported

    @troyhunt If/when you eventually get a hold of this data, I have not been an Optus customer for 10 years. There's no reason why they should still have my PI, but it would be interesting to check their retention by seeing if my PI is in the data.

  • BNNAustralia BNN Australia (@BNNAustralia) reported

    According to the authorities, Optus is to blame for the errors that allowed millions of customers' #data to be stolen. Following the incident, Clare O'Neil believes the industry has to be significantly overhauled.

  • Pezzamystic1 Pez (@Pezzamystic1) reported

    @SlaterGordon As a long term @Optus customer, I have been impacted by the recent egregious data breach. I would like to register my interest for any class action by your firm. #OptusClassAction

  • ShiannonC ShiannonCorcoran💉💉💉💉 (@ShiannonC) reported

    Karen Andrews: "Labor is laying the blame at the feet of optus" "A lacklustre response..It's been a few days since this breach has been discovered". The opposition bungled telecommunications for 9 yrs.. Now they think Labor should hop to it & 'fix' Optus up right away