Telstra Outage Report in Forbes, State of New South Wales

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

Telstra Outage Chart in Forbes, State of New South Wales 06/20/2024 02:15

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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 (27%)

    Phone (27%)

  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%)

Community Discussion

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Telstra Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • TheRealWashedUN Washed Up Nobody (@TheRealWashedUN) reported

    @Telstra fix your ****. I'm already stuck at home, at least let me play with friends.

  • rachel_pappin Rachel J Macpherson (@rachel_pappin) reported

    @Telstra Thank you for your support and I’ll definitely keep deleting the messages if I ever receive anymore

  • laurenetrim Laurene Trim (@laurenetrim) reported

    Are you f-img kidding me. Internet goes down at first pitch by Sale?!?!?!! @telstra #redsox

  • gavflano Gavin Flanagan (@gavflano) reported

    My wife was called by a Telstra store employee. The guy had a go at her because she gave him and 8 out of 10 in a survey. He had told us to give him a 9 as anything less than a 9 is seen as a fail. The guy is now under the pump from his boss cause we gave him an 8. 1/2

  • gavflano Gavin Flanagan (@gavflano) reported

    My wife said the service was good, but was worthy of an 8 which is still a great score. But no, he couldn’t believe she would “fail” him. What sort of ****** culture have they got going there at Telstra? My wife said it was a bizarre exchange.

  • ChronolabsCoop Chronolabs Coop (@ChronolabsCoop) reported

    and what about the kids shampoo ranges and cloths even undepants at @woolworths or even how does a kids help line work does @telstra specially fit the farm for baby goats to call up when they are bleeting in distress what are you're though you witness firsthand the sough dour kid

  • AmakusaAC Fee (Silhouettic) (@AmakusaAC) reported

    @JesseDoops @Telstra Number 1: They're all the same, the difference is I get discounts where I am and the rural reception is much better REGARDLESS of whatever issues I have otherwise. You're just a spam account without a thought of your own so stay out of my mentions, "Jesse".

  • Idiotron_V1 Idiotron (@Idiotron_V1) reported

    @athena_pinecone Like Telstra's phone plans are dog ****, but their home internet plans are surprisingly decent XD I think I only pay like $10 more than my old friend who's on TPG :P

  • AelariG AelariGaming (@AelariG) reported

    I am really sorry to announce that my streaming will be delayed again while I sort out internet issues. The internet plan is either crappy (Telstra Velocity) or the modem is just old and tired. I will work on getting it fixed ASAP.

  • jkelkar Jay Kelkar (@jkelkar) reported

    @sineadtaylor @Telstra These are not calls from abroad. They are using a loophole in the signalling system that allows them to set a number the call is from instead of the actual number. These are internet calls that then make it to the phone switch. We have this same problem in the US. Ignore them.