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Telstra Outage Report in Glenola, Palerang, State of New South Wales

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

Telstra Outage Chart in Glenola, Palerang, State of New South Wales 06/20/2024 02:00

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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%)

Live Outage Map Near Glenola, Palerang, State of New South Wales

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Telstra Issues Reports Near Glenola, State of New South Wales

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Glenola and nearby locations:

  • JNdeira Jason Ndeira (@JNdeira) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @gavin_laing That would be great if the streaming service was valuable. The inability to cast the game eg Chromecast means I still don't use the free "streaming service" I have with @Telstra

  • Brumbies2003 Brumbies Man (@Brumbies2003) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @Telstra can you please advise why no one is responding to the support messages thru myTelstra App when your phone support says that is the only way to get online support

  • ianpmcleod Ian McLeod (@ianpmcleod) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @Charrisa11 @Telstra @markhumphries Maybe go back to school and re-do basic physics before asking stupid questions that have been explained repeatedly which people like you stubbornly ignore. I can't prove ghosts exist, or don't exist. Look up how "science" works.

  • AHCPhoto Michelle Kroll (@AHCPhoto) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @CapitalToad 1/2 I’m sorry to hear of your Telstra woes. I only have them for my phone service & never had a problem. I use iiNet for internet & they’ve been pretty good, though waiting on hold for an hour isn’t uncommon.

  • ianpmcleod Ian McLeod (@ianpmcleod) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @DONTCHIPMEBRO @NorelleFeehan @Telstra No, but promoting paramount tinfoil hat conspiracy theories does suggest someone is an idiot.

  • ianpmcleod Ian McLeod (@ianpmcleod) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @MikeHynesyHynes @Telstra @markhumphries Yep and unicorns exist too because we cannot prove they don't exist. Same stupid reasoning.

  • ianpmcleod Ian McLeod (@ianpmcleod) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @DONTCHIPMEBRO @scottjlawson @Telstra No there's not. There is a precedent of bullshit spreading via ridiculous conspiracy theories because people still cannot grasp that they are not the centre of a vast, chaotic universe and no one gives a ****. Conspiracies are narcissistic neurosis manifested.

  • ianpmcleod Ian McLeod (@ianpmcleod) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @AUSBATTERYGRAD1 @FindlowHarrison @Telstra Then if the higher frequency is the issue yet terrahertz radiation is not, then please explain where "peak harm" is on the EM spectrum? At what point does harm start declining? Past 100, 200, 300THz or what? You're trained in this, you're concerned about 5G so you tell us.

  • ianpmcleod Ian McLeod (@ianpmcleod) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @DONTCHIPMEBRO @scottjlawson @Telstra Yeah I've read about it. Unlike selfish neurotics who sit at home all day gorging on conspiracy theories, people like this are actually doing something useful for the world. Good on them. Turn the YouTube off and go help a charity, it will be do you good.

  • ianpmcleod Ian McLeod (@ianpmcleod) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @DONTCHIPMEBRO @NorelleFeehan @Telstra No, but promoting tinfoil hat conspiracy theories does suggest someone is an idiot.

  • ianpmcleod Ian McLeod (@ianpmcleod) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @AUSBATTERYGRAD1 @FindlowHarrison @Telstra So why is terrahertz radiation at 10,000x the power of 5G not an issue then?

  • Stewart115 Stewart (@Stewart115) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @Telstra what’s with the mobile service in South Goulburn 2580? The last three days multiple drops out during call?

  • ianpmcleod Ian McLeod (@ianpmcleod) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    Oh and just to trigger all the idiots, sent from my 5G phone. Never felt better. I love it. Thank you @Telstra Looking forward to mmWave if the new @Samsung Note 20 supports it (deciding if to upgrade or not).

  • skwashd Dave Hall aka Not Funny (@skwashd) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @s3_gunzel @i386 @Telstra It’s not so amusing when you’re a Telstra customer.

  • ianpmcleod Ian McLeod (@ianpmcleod) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @DONTCHIPMEBRO @NorelleFeehan @Telstra You exist in a chaotic universe on the outer spiral arm of a minor galaxy around an unremarkable star on a miraculous planet. Yes conspiracy theories can be comforting but it is a selfish neurosis. I have never met a conspiracy theorist who volunteers for anything. All selfish.

  • Lindday8 Lindsay (@Lindday8) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @Telstra NBN speed slow and dropping out in Flynn act is there issue

  • ianpmcleod Ian McLeod (@ianpmcleod) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @Telstra Playstation please, but I am a long term Telstra customer. May consider it.

  • ianpmcleod Ian McLeod (@ianpmcleod) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @scottjlawson @DONTCHIPMEBRO @Telstra Oh look the selfish neurotic conspiracy ****** got all triggered and blocked me. I suppose the suggestion of being a selfish neurotic hit home. It's a common thread. I never see them out helping with anything. Just self absorbed.

  • ianpmcleod Ian McLeod (@ianpmcleod) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @scottjlawson @DONTCHIPMEBRO @Telstra So what these selfish neurotics are saying, is diabetics should be denied life changing help like drip fed insulin, because they see their own paranoid egos in the shadows. Great.

  • ianpmcleod Ian McLeod (@ianpmcleod) reported from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

    @DONTCHIPMEBRO @scottjlawson @Telstra I have volunteered myself for two human trials which have been swamped, I will be so happy if I am selected. Polio was real and horrible and this conspiracy self centred narcissistic bullshit is now hurting people. Vaccines save lives. The universe is chaotic. Move on.

Telstra Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • ozzieSVR ozzie (@ozzieSVR) reported

    @Telstra your internet has been 0.2 up/down all day please fix it

  • RaptorShadow RaptorShadow - Veteran of the Skub Wars (@RaptorShadow) reported

    @hyp3rstrike @Wyld Not in the slightest. Who gives a **** what the customer wants, daddy Telstra said so.

  • jonathondykyj Jonathon Dykyj (@jonathondykyj) reported from Mackay, State of Queensland

    @Telstra Ok, thank you. Are people paying full price for a diminished service?

  • mjf Matt Fenton (@mjf) reported

    @jendudley @Telstra Boost Mobile - $270 for 240gb on the Telstra network

  • hyp3rstrike (@hyp3rstrike) reported

    @RaptorShadow @Wyld Then clients would call us and say "I never requested this? It says to just plug the modem in if I want to switch to NBN" implying there's a choice, but the modem they did - it would activate the billing with Telstra. Often spurred by preliminary discussions about conversion--

  • alexkidman Alex Kidman (@alexkidman) reported

    @ArnoldRimmer1 @jendudley @Telstra It still is, but it's Telstra wholesale (same as Woolies mobile and a few others) 3G and 4G only for now. Also misses some tiny parts of the whole Telstra network (typically very remote Australia) according to the wholesale map.

  • bwrigley BDubAus (@bwrigley) reported

    Hey @Telstra I’m trying to talk to a residential sales person but the recorded service keeps telling me ‘it knows I want to talk to it but it doesn’t want to talk to me, so hangs up. Don’t you want my business anymore? #telstra

  • daggs_bigtekan1 Daggs (@daggs_bigtekan1) reported

    @TelstraEnt What a disgusting Company. My service is akin to B/W TV in the '50s. When you had to climb up n play with aerial. Telstra sells and BILLS (dont 4get that, they wont) for an Incomplete system that hardly works outside Capitals. Absolute rudeness of their 13 number. Disgusting

  • EastOfBrook Rob Easterbrook (@EastOfBrook) reported

    @jendudley @Telstra JB hi fi plan i got was $45 2 years ago. Not sure if same anymore but they use telstra network.

  • mjoneillnoise MJ The Mjagical Mjelody Mjaker (@mjoneillnoise) reported

    @Alicedkc @jendudley @Telstra I actually got swindled when I signed up and I found out the plan they offered me in the shop was no longer available and the dude on the phone basically went ‘Nah, **** it, I’m putting you on the plan and bugger the consequences’. Which was a quick way to win me over.