Telstra

Telstra Outage Report in Hawley Beach, Latrobe, State of Tasmania

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 Hawley Beach, State of Tasmania

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

Telstra Outage Chart in Hawley Beach, Latrobe, State of Tasmania 03/03/2024 22:55

March 03: Problems at Telstra

Telstra is having issues since 09:00 AM AEST. Are you also affected? Leave a message in the comments section!

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:

  • skwashd Dave Hall 🌻 (@skwashd) reported

    Hey @OAICgov, I've got a hypothetical question. If a large telco, who we'll call Telstra, was to email someone another customer's itemised bill would said telco we required to contact the customer about a breach?

  • DropBear001 Marko Belobrajdić (@DropBear001) reported

    @mikegoldmanlive Well done mate. I left Telstra long time ago for a better deal and better customer service.

  • Jamie_Rojas Jamie Rojas (@Jamie_Rojas) reported

    @Telstra Dan a couple of issues. a) smart troubleshooting option doesn't work when there is no mobile reception in the outage area. b) I don't see an option on the site mentioned to report an issue otherwise?

  • j2simpso James Simpson 4x💉 (@j2simpso) reported

    @mcquillanator Currently in Chatham-Kent and my domestic carrier (Rogers) is still out of service. Fortunately my overseas phone (Telstra) can connect to the Bell network and I can make some calls.

  • meadea amanda meade (@meadea) reported

    @Telstra My internet dropped out on Friday. On Saturday I contacted Telstra Silver Support through the app. Hours of texts later they said it was disconnected by mistake. 🤔 Now waiting for a “new order” of the NBN. I need to speak to someone who knows what is going on. Please.

  • Justascratch2 Justascratch (@Justascratch2) reported

    @GeorgeMonbiot I had similar problems with my TELSTRA. A small town Telstra shop sold my 90 year old mother multiple mobile phones, each with a new contract. The Ombudsman eventually sorted it out, but TELSTRA maintained it was not their problem. Their stance was it was the franchise outlet.

  • utegirl70 KJ (@utegirl70) reported

    @Telstra I’m on the most basic plan. So I get no extra data and I pay $3 for the privilege. I’m not able to go to anything lower, unless I change providers again. Poor effort in opinion.

  • mizminh mizminh (@mizminh) reported

    Trying trying @Telstra - we have a fault. Phoning doesn't work. Online is just a series of challenges designed for failure to access

  • MLoParis MLo (@MLoParis) reported

    @IsabelBromfield Had nothing to do w/ Telstra. The stupid WiFi apartment I booked. Telstra sorted me out w/ some Mobile Broadband.

  • mikegoldmanlive Mike Goldman (@mikegoldmanlive) reported from Brisbane, State of Queensland

    Telstra charge 100$ a month for my NBN home internet. Cancelled and started using a prepaid dongle with another company. 17$ a month, better speeds, more reliable, better customer service. Bye Telstra.