Telstra

Telstra Outage in Kulin, State of Western Australia

Problems detected at Telstra

Users are reporting problems related to: internet, phone and wi-fi.

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

Telstra problems in the last 24 hours in Kulin, State of Western Australia

The following chart shows the number of reports that we have received about Telstra over the past 24 hours from users in Kulin and near by areas. An outage is determined when the number of reports are higher than the baseline, represented by the red line.

Telstra Outage Chart in Kulin, State of Western Australia 12/08/2021 01:15

December 08: Problems at Telstra

Telstra is having issues since 12:00 PM AEST. Are you also affected? Leave a message in the comments section!

Most Reported Problems:

  • Internet 58.46% Internet
  • Phone 20.62% Phone
  • Wi-fi 9.88% Wi-fi
  • E-mail 6.29% E-mail
  • Total Blackout 2.38% Total Blackout
  • TV 2.38% TV

Telstra Outage Map Near Kulin, State of Western Australia

The most recent outage reports and issues originated from Kulin.

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Telstra in Kulin, State of Western Australia Comments

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Telstra Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • 2shocks_ Wanoob (2Shocks) (@2shocks_) reported

    @Telstra Wifi*** my stupid auto correct

  • InnesFrances Frances Innes (@InnesFrances) reported

    @AlsPatch @LesStonehouse @Optus Many opt in to Telstra due to reach of service only to find they have way too much traffic on the platform and big biz and big media (read Murdoch) get priority of commons segments now most media is digital. Murdoch is chasing Optus Satellite tech contracts, should be stopped!

  • ArtMarieCalais @Marie Calais 💉💉😷😷💃💃 (@ArtMarieCalais) reported

    @LesStonehouse @Optus Few yrs ago Optus was supposed to send new sim card out for my portable modem. Took 6 wks because had wrong address (existing customer 3 yrs) & people got it were away for Christmas. Went into Telstra & got modem within a week. Service not always good but better than Optus.

  • astir0412 💧John (@astir0412) reported

    @LesStonehouse @Optus Even telstra provides free router upgrades if you are a reasonably long standing customer I was with telstra 6 years never paid for a router Change ISPs If she's on fixed wireless skymesh are brilliant and cheap

  • HermannVespa Hermann (@HermannVespa) reported

    @Telstra I have not as I am catching up on the work I missed out on last week due to the outage and @Telstra have limited after hours correspondence.

  • labrooy61 Garth Hughes (@labrooy61) reported

    @hotnutbar @LesStonehouse @Optus Out where I live Optus has much better coverage than Telstra with the mobile signal. I used to be with Optus but they absolutely stink with their customer service so my mobile is through amaysim (cheaper and better customer service).

  • qkNorris qkNorris (@qkNorris) reported

    @Telstra @BenFruitTwitch LOL even this response is comically bad. Read the tweet, and send the poor guy a tech. You'd probably know about it if an entire area was out of service for 4 days

  • t3chkn0wl3dgy Techknowledgy (@t3chkn0wl3dgy) reported

    @EileenOrmsby @Telstra Now I remember why I followed you. You report on an area of the internet that I know nothing about and have never been bc I'm afraid of the dark... props for having your pgp key in your profile. I think that might be the 1st time I've seen anyone do it not that I know what it is.

  • RobinRobinalex robin alexander (@RobinRobinalex) reported

    @LesStonehouse @Optus my mobile with "Amazin" via Optus! terrible service cut out middle important phone calls! Landline NBN internet with Westnet years!after lot investigation found signal was being blocked between their repeater my house(regional) changed service to "Boost"(Telstra) excellent!

  • MuzzaFerguson Murray Ferguson (@MuzzaFerguson) reported

    @PoliBard @tonytardio 000 Emergency,[1] also known as Triple Zero[1] or Triple 0,[2]... is the primary national emergency telephone number in Australia. The Emergency Call Service is operated by Telstra, and overseen by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA), Seems it is. Oops