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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.

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Most Reported Problems:

  • Internet (73.85%)
  • Phone (11.79%)
  • Wi-fi (5.13%)
  • Total Blackout (4.62%)
  • E-mail (2.56%)
  • TV (2.05%)

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Optus Issues Reports Near Hobart, State of Tasmania

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Hobart, State of Tasmania and nearby locations:
  • nyc55david Ben Waterworth (@nyc55david) reported from Hobart, State of Tasmania

    Try to cancel my @Optus TV. Told I can't do it online and have to call. Call to cancel. Told I have to do it myself. Explain I can't and have been told to call. Told I will be transferred to right department. Transferred to completely different company. Pathetic

Optus Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • Pool_Depth1_1 Anthony Burke (@Pool_Depth1_1) reported

    @Optus I appreciate your note. I ended up walking down the street to Telstra and getting a pixel for 60 a month. Thus ended a sixteen year relationship as an OPTUS customer.

  • davidjseibuhr David J Seibuhr (@davidjseibuhr) reported from Gold Coast, State of Queensland

    3G area much full strength preferred-used after services when 4G & 5G telcos are not in adequate signal strenght, optus vodaphone telstra must have reconsideration of not compremising undermine 3G we know its not fast but delivering a quality voice and data service @CliveFPalmer

  • davidjseibuhr David J Seibuhr (@davidjseibuhr) reported from Gold Coast, State of Queensland

    3g area much full strength preferred-used after services when 4G & 5G telcos are not in adequate signal strenght, optus vodaphone telstra must have reconsideration of not compremising undermine 3G we know its not fast but delivering a quality voice and data service @CliveFPalmer

  • davidjseibuhr David J Seibuhr (@davidjseibuhr) reported from Gold Coast, State of Queensland

    3g area much full strength preferred-used after services when 4G & 5G telcos are not in adequate signal strenght, optus vodaphone telstra must have reconsideration of not compremising undermine 3G we know its not fast but delivering a quality voice and data service @CliveFPalmer

  • Technol53581657 Technology (@Technol53581657) reported

    Optus gains 2 new prepaid devices, the Optus X Start & the Optus X Spirit 2 Optus has added two new, own-branded prepaid devices, both of which run Android 8.0 Oreo(Go Edition). These are the first two devices for Optus which run Google’s stripped-down version of Android, d…

  • RobStarc123 themule (@RobStarc123) reported

    @MichaelWestBiz @Telstra I had the same problems with Telstra 16 years ago and ditched them and also Vodafone for Optus Other than about 3 outages for an hour or so max I couldn't be happier with Optus Telstra have always been an embarrassment God help us if Telstra purchase the NBN

  • BooKhaki Anton Chigurh Gumdrops (@BooKhaki) reported

    @andrewwhiteau Not sure re Optus but Telstra support asked me to run it the other day, and it was ok.

  • TibbelsA Alison Tibbels (@TibbelsA) reported

    Optus. Still that dreadful buzzing continues outside our property. You haven’t sent anyone to investigate let alone fix it. The ombudsman in my next phone call

  • Pool_Depth1_1 Anthony Burke (@Pool_Depth1_1) reported

    @Optus Last year I ordered a new phone online. It never arrived. 20 hours of being flipped from the Philippines to India and back, store staff who wouldn't help. No one took responsibility. Move your call centres to Australia, employ more store staff, and sack the CEO.

  • darko_grbic Darko Grbic (@darko_grbic) reported

    @Optus Chloe, I could barely use the internet on my phone last night let alone check service coverage!