Telstra Outage Report in Pallamallawa, Moree Plains, State of New South Wales

Some problems detected

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.

Problems in the last 24 hours in Pallamallawa, State of New South Wales

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

Telstra Outage Chart in Pallamallawa, Moree Plains, State of New South Wales 02/28/2024 04:25

February 28: Problems at Telstra

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Most Reported Problems

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

  1. Internet (51%)

    Internet (51%)

  2. Phone (28%)

    Phone (28%)

  3. Wi-fi (9%)

    Wi-fi (9%)

  4. E-mail (6%)

    E-mail (6%)

  5. Total Blackout (4%)

    Total Blackout (4%)

  6. TV (2%)

    TV (2%)

Community Discussion

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Telstra Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • optoio OptoIsolated IO (@optoio) reported

    The Telstra pain continues: 45 minute wait times on hold. 3 different numbers to call for a service I asked to connect to in April. Moving a user from another phone provider to Telstra you would assume would take hours. More than 3 MONTHS on, still not completed.

  • Petitioner007 Ruth Leahy (@Petitioner007) reported

    @coalisdead If you’re in NZ could be complicating it. But if Telstra customer, I assume they’re providing U with $5, maybe $10 now, a day service in NZ? If so, should work like here. Note: U might not want Mobile Data Roaming On if O/S? Not like the past though when could get hit with 💰 Ac.

  • whos_this_again Mark ‘Bux’ Bucksey - Слава Україні! (@whos_this_again) reported

    Email today that @Telstra are increasing the cost of mobile plans mid contract.. 4 x mobiles on account = increase of $12 monthly.. I guess at least I was told this time! Oh, my 80GB mobile (which has never been reached) will increase to 180GB... why??? I couldn't use all 80GB!!!

  • skylxrksays SKYLXRK (@skylxrksays) reported from Sydney, State of New South Wales

    Ugh the Telstra business support line told me I need to go to a Business Centre, the guy at the centre didn’t seem to understand my problem, I’ve gotten nowhere in 3 days and I’m frustrated 🙃

  • Mitch_it333 Mitch (@Mitch_it333) reported

    @catedempsey Given Indian Call Centres stole and sold Telstra Customer data in 2016, Telstra is knowingly putting their Customers at risk yet again. How would a Class Action go?

  • JohnGlynn1986 John Glynn (@JohnGlynn1986) reported

    @Telstra I received a SIM yesterday for a new upfront mobile plan but it's not working! I can't activate it because it doesn't show in My Telstra app. Phone says SIM Not Provisioned. Help.

  • CluTch_DuTch87 CluTchDutch (@CluTch_DuTch87) reported

    @Telstra Not yet, would rather not go through the many hour process of, restarting routers disconnecting devices, changing cabling, DNS servers etc. only to wind up to the same conclusion that the issue is actually from Telstra’s end.

  • Mitch_it333 Mitch (@Mitch_it333) reported

    @GreatCovidPanic @catedempsey But they also stole and sold Telstra, Optus and Vodafone Customer data in 2016. They're still doing it to this day. Are you ok with your Personal ID being sold? They'll know your address, Bank account and passwords. Still ok?

  • Jordan_2k1 Jordan (@Jordan_2k1) reported

    @Telstra Sure. I’m not sure why it’s not working

  • BellRae Belinda (@BellRae) reported

    @Telstra You’re missing the point - a contract normally means you lock in terms unless both parties agree to change it. But I bet there there is fine print leaving the customer with zero rights…