Optus Outage Report in Goonellabah, Lismore Municipality, State of New South Wales

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Problems in the last 24 hours in Goonellabah, 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 Goonellabah and surrounding areas. An outage is declared when the number of reports exceeds the baseline, represented by the red line.

Optus Outage Chart in Goonellabah, Lismore Municipality, State of New South Wales 09/28/2023 00:30

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Most Reported Problems

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

  • Internet 51.99%


  • Phone 24.37%


  • Wi-fi 10.20%


  • E-mail 6.68%


  • Total Blackout 5.05%

    Total Blackout

  • TV 1.71%


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Optus Issues Reports Near Goonellabah, State of New South Wales

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

  • nicrankin Nic Rankin (@nicrankin) reported from Lismore, State of New South Wales

    @vaughan_k @Optus I don’t know exactly but I did eventually login on my computer. Can’t get the app to download my bills on my phone. But my bills look different so I may have been migrated to a different billing system.

Optus Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • CarltonBree Bree Carlton (@CarltonBree) reported

    @somewherein84 ****** about the abandonment of a public health response to Covid. What next? No PCRs? And Optus data hack well I’ve had trouble sleeping since that all kicked off 🤯🤯🤯😭

  • sunsetriver88 Jax (@sunsetriver88) reported

    @Natalee00449668 @Optus Worse, I finally had someone from Optus complaints get back to me, and the email they sent wasn't even correct. It did not advise my address or phone had been compromised. Apparently both were. I find this out today, only because of my complaint. Not happy, Jan.

  • tonytau101 Tony Ilian (@tonytau101) reported

    @chrisiperth @Bolt_RSS I'd like to see amendments to the Telecommunications Act 1997 & the Privacy Act 1988 to compel telco's/utilities to purge the data after the service is activated. I can't see how the CIO & CEO of Optus can survive this. TI

  • bustymerc 💧Busty-merc 🇦🇺🇺🇦🇺🇸🇸🇪🏳️‍🌈🇬🇧🇫🇮🇵🇱 (@bustymerc) reported

    @hughriminton @10NewsFirst And what about SIM reseller companies who used the #Optus network? Did they give Optus our details? Ie, #iinet used the Optus network until recently. Did they ever share customer data & ID’s with Optus?

  • NewtonMark Mark Newton (@NewtonMark) reported

    @acmadotgov @Optus Perhaps I'll ask in a different way: Given that telcos can't be trusted to keep names and addresses private: Is there any way an Australian customer can acquire and activate a prepaid mobile service without providing a real name and address? (If I fake them, is that ok?)

  • PetaSchroth5 Peta Schroth (@PetaSchroth5) reported

    @Scamwatch_gov Optus NEVER CALLS YOU ,YOU CALL Optus & even then they cannot get it working roght omce broken BUT WHEN FIXED I HAVE NEVER HAD A PROBLEM....

  • DaveMcl90813909 Dave Mclean (@DaveMcl90813909) reported

    @manypossai @Optus This is all because the LNP ran the visa dept into the ground , then turn around and say look how bad this dept is going if it was in private hands we wouldnt have this problem . FFS thats what they tried with Aus Post till Christene Holgate turned the PO around .

  • acmadotgov ACMA (@acmadotgov) reported

    @NewtonMark @Optus Hi Mark, a 100 point ID check has never been required for prepaid mobiles and telcos are prohibited from recording and keeping the identifying number of a government document under the Prepaid Determination. 1/2

  • MinerAeros Neville Bergin (@MinerAeros) reported

    Oh, and I should also mention that my calls to the @Optus call centre keep dropping out because of the woeful mobile network around here! Can't wait to leave this crap teleco.

  • VermontMelbGuy VermontMelbGuy (@VermontMelbGuy) reported

    @jaimyn_m @Optus Also, their test network should not have been open to the internet, and their test database should not have used full unmasked production data.