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Telstra Outage Report in East Devonport, Devonport, State of Tasmania

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Telstra offers mobile and landline communications services to the public and businesses, including mobile phone, mobile internet, and broadband internet.

Problems in the last 24 hours in East Devonport, State of Tasmania

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

Telstra Outage Chart in East Devonport, Devonport, State of Tasmania 06/15/2024 15:55

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Most Reported Problems

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

  1. Internet (50%)

    Internet (50%)

  2. Phone (30%)

    Phone (30%)

  3. Wi-fi (8%)

    Wi-fi (8%)

  4. E-mail (6%)

    E-mail (6%)

  5. Total Blackout (5%)

    Total Blackout (5%)

  6. TV (1%)

    TV (1%)

Live Outage Map Near East Devonport, Devonport, State of Tasmania

The most recent Telstra outage reports came from the following cities: East Devonport.

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City Problem Type Report Time
AustraliaEast Devonport Internet
AustraliaDevonport Internet
AustraliaRailton Phone
AustraliaDevonport Phone
AustraliaRailton Internet
AustraliaLatrobe Phone

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Telstra Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • DrCnfzd Nigel Wehr (@DrCnfzd) reported

    Ive been advised that the "NBN" aka #NoBloodyNetwork is being installed. Yet they cant tell me how Im going to contact emergency services during a power cut when I dont have a mobile phone. If I need #ambos or #SAPolice then what? @Telstra @TKoutsantonisMP @fultonhogan

  • streatraven streat racer 🌹🌹🌹 (@streatraven) reported

    @ajmckenna Reminds me of the Telstra shares incident

  • DrCnfzd Nigel Wehr (@DrCnfzd) reported

    @Telstra I have a moden to access my bigpond account, theres no answer to the question of a phone service during a power cut. Whats your response? Are you refusing to admit the truth? Ive been with telstra/telecom since 1983, dont you care about long term, loyal customers?

  • bradrathbone Brad Rathbone (@bradrathbone) reported

    I will forever take scam phone calls and pledge to do my best to keep them on the line as long as possible so that they arent calling someone who might get scammed. Ive had two "Telstra" calls in the last two days for home internet "issues". My home internet isn't with Telstra

  • DrCnfzd Nigel Wehr (@DrCnfzd) reported

    @Telstra By comparable, you mean more cost for less service right?

  • ianbfarquhar Ian Farquhar (@ianbfarquhar) reported

    @KWF @misullivan Because of people who think pinging a core router is a good idea. It happened at Telstra with the CRS-1 roll out, and caused a PR issue because of the rate limiting. While it’s not sensible, people do it, and a tiny amount of extra hardware in the forwarding ASIC would fix it.

  • tgm87 Jenkins (@tgm87) reported

    @pantsofpie @dainbrmged If there wasn't a char limit I'd tell you one hell of a Telstra horror story that occurred for me in 2008 around when "NextG" first hit the market. Lets just say that they cant even track their own server's bandwidth and I copped a $19,000+ bill for their mistake. Never resolved.

  • ozleigh Leigh Taryn (@ozleigh) reported

    @Telstra Yes it does but it doesn't work either.

  • R_Ebdon Ramon Ebdon (@R_Ebdon) reported

    @Oskar1145 @arekushi14 @Telstra Gotta follow someone to DM them. 100k+ people since 2009 asking for support via social media for a company with millions of customers isn't unreasonable.

  • DrCnfzd Nigel Wehr (@DrCnfzd) reported

    @Telstra The existing copper network is being retired. If your internet plan is on that network, you’ll need to switch over to an nbn plan. If you choose not to move over to the nbn, your phone and internet services will be disconnected as mandated by the Australian Government and nbn.