Telstra Outage Map
The following outage map shows the most recent areas in Australia where Telstra users have reported their issues and outages. If you are having an issue with Telstra and your location is not listed, make sure to submit a report.
Telstra offers mobile and landline communications services to the public and businesses, including mobile phone, mobile internet, and broadband internet.
Telstra Most Affected LocationsOutage reports and issues in the past 15 days originated from:
|Kelvin Grove, QLD||14|
|Balwyn North, VIC||8|
|Sunshine Coast, QLD||8|
|Gold Coast, QLD||8|
|Glen Iris, VIC||7|
|Caulfield South, VIC||4|
|Long Forest, VIC||3|
|Byron Bay, NSW||2|
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Telstra Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
from Sydney, State of New South Wales
@Telstra Terrible service! As a shareholder I despise you
@Telstra My internet can’t support a 2005 online mmo. What next? Optus day?
@crayolawtf @Telstra could you help me?
@crayolawtf @Telstra could u help me
Is there a site that shows planned Telstra outage? I find it frustrating to be caught off guard
@84_angry @Telstra The simple truth about Telstra is that they are slow copycats. That's not actually a bad thing overall. They try to understand how it may be possible to make money, based on leads from successful companies, and then they copy. This is clearly the Amazon "prime day" idea.
mums @Telstra has the best social media presence of any internet company. They might be expensive as ****, but im starting to think it's worth it
@Telstra Dont worry I fixed the problem.
@crayolawtf @Telstra my internet is quite slow recently, any suggestions on how to fix it?
@crayolawtf Hey, @Telstra I have a problem can you help me?
@crayolawtf @Telstra I have a problem.
@crayolawtf @Telstra Yo! I need some help
@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.
@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
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.