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Telstra Outage in Ellendale, Central Highlands, State of Tasmania

Problems detected at Telstra

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 Ellendale, State of Tasmania

Telstra Outage Chart in Ellendale, Central Highlands, State of Tasmania 08/03/2021 20:05

August 03: Problems at Telstra

Telstra is having issues since 08:00 AM AEST. Are you also affected? Leave a message in the comments section!

Most Reported Problems:

  • Internet 58.54% Internet
  • Phone 22.85% Phone
  • Wi-fi 7.22% Wi-fi
  • E-mail 6.82% E-mail
  • TV 2.33% TV
  • Total Blackout 2.25% Total Blackout

Telstra in Ellendale, State of Tasmania Comments

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Telstra Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • oce_dylan 15K Dylan (@oce_dylan) reported

    @Telstra Dont worry I fixed the problem.

  • LachlanRourke Lachlan Rourke (@LachlanRourke) reported

    @crayolawtf @Telstra my internet is quite slow recently, any suggestions on how to fix it?

  • oce_dylan 15K Dylan (@oce_dylan) reported

    @crayolawtf Hey, @Telstra I have a problem can you help me?

  • guiltyfnt Guilty (@guiltyfnt) reported

    @crayolawtf @Telstra I have a problem.

  • guiltyfnt Guilty (@guiltyfnt) reported

    @crayolawtf @Telstra Yo! I need some help

  • aBagofDicks__ Daveeeeee (@aBagofDicks__) reported

    @Telstra Spend some money on your infrastructure in Port Hedland. We can all make phone calls, but no one can use their data because the network is so clogged up with traffic! Disgraceful. Dial up speeds.

  • mrjoeaston Joe Aston (@mrjoeaston) reported

    @peely76 @Telstra The whole telco industry funds Telstra’s payphones under a govt levy and their continued provision is mandated by the govt’s Universal Service Obligation. So no, Telstra could not have ripped them up nor did they “choose” society and the customer

  • DavidDeex David Deex (@DavidDeex) reported

    What Telstra's free to use payphones shows is that public phones are an essential service. They always have been, from the moment they were introduced, to now, and into the future. We must never again pay for this essential service.

  • AnthCondon Anthony Condon (@AnthCondon) reported

    @gleep23 @Telstra I think not quite, but yeah, it's like public transport, the cost of ticketing mainly covers the cost of having a ticketing system. This is why these should be state assets, not listed companies with profit motives. Essential/monopoly service + profit motive = inefficient.

  • OffBeatMammal Offbԑatmammal 🇦🇺 (@OffBeatMammal) reported

    @Telstra How about instead of the constant chopping and changing of plans you simplify and make sure you are competitive with what MVNOs like Aldi offer on your own network!