Optus Outage Report in Cootamundra, 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 Cootamundra, 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 Cootamundra and surrounding areas. An outage is declared when the number of reports exceeds the baseline, represented by the red line.

Optus Outage Chart in Cootamundra, State of New South Wales 07/18/2024 20:35

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Most Reported Problems

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

  1. Internet (42%)

    Internet (42%)

  2. Phone (32%)

    Phone (32%)

  3. Wi-fi (12%)

    Wi-fi (12%)

  4. E-mail (11%)

    E-mail (11%)

  5. Total Blackout (3%)

    Total Blackout (3%)

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Optus Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • DamienHashemi Damien Hashemi (@DamienHashemi) reported

    @Optus possibly the most incompetent customer service ever. For a week I haven’t been able to connect my watch and each time I’m given useless advice. Plus the tech support team can’t figure out why they can’t phone me (as they keep going to voicemail) but everyone else can. FFS!

  • phazzles OnlyPhazz (@phazzles) reported from Sydney, State of New South Wales

    Network connectivity at Mardi Gras is spotty at best @Telstra @Optus @VodafoneAU

  • brentsheriff A Load of BS (@brentsheriff) reported

    Four hours of tech support from @Apple and @Optus and a) no resolution yet b) I'm educating Optus on the types of networks used in Australia as they want me to adjust the LTE settings 🙃 now sending them screenshots of iPhone settings to educate them

  • pearlparky Pearl (@pearlparky) reported

    @DoveMetal Sort of torn. Optus is way cheaper and has better plans, and customer service. But my local Optus network seems to cut out for a few hours every few weeks. Think that might just be my location though.

  • gautamkasukhela Gautam Kasukhela (@gautamkasukhela) reported

    @Optus @OptusEnterprise technical experts tell me the attached video call images (WhatsApp, Duo, Skype) on the new @Google Pixel 5 is NOT an issue. I raised a concern (BASC01707166) on the very day I got my phone only to be told "you are on your own with this phone and (1/3)

  • gautamkasukhela Gautam Kasukhela (@gautamkasukhela) reported

    the issue. I wanted to get rid of the Pixel 5 but Optus' horrible 'Boomerang' team did not even bother to call and check the issue. Best part is Optus Retail store tells me, "we understand the issue and it is bad but we can't help you". THAT IS PATHETIC CUSTOMER SERVICE @Optus

  • GuyRedRooHaines The RedRoo from Downunder (@GuyRedRooHaines) reported

    Hi @Optus my internet has been down since yesterday morning, I’m missing calls and have had to hotspot my phone, I live in the 4053 post code. Wth is happening?

  • brentsheriff A Load of BS (@brentsheriff) reported

    Optus now apologised they couldn't help me find LTE settings that don't exist; this was after waiting 2.5 hours for a web chat

  • car__ma__vie Jason Gregory (@car__ma__vie) reported

    @DoveMetal Honestly, I’ve had Vodafone and Optus but the connection and customer service was not great. I went to Telstra because...it isn’t awesome, but it’s better than the others.

  • headkittens hedkiden (@headkittens) reported

    @DoveMetal its annoying that vodafone should be better since they have lower band coverage, but I guess it's just placement. You could try Amaysim, very low barrier to entry on the Optus network, I pay like $30 a month for 50gb