DATA NETWORKS

Currently no known incidents.

INTERNET

A Mass Service disruption has been declared due to the NSW, Vic, Qld, WA and SA Bushfires causing high workloads.

The Mass Service Disruption will affect Metro and Regional areas, Australia wide, through to 15 Feb 2020.

Significant numbers of the carrier technical workforce have been deployed to fire effected areas and this will have a flow on effect in areas not effected by the fires. A Customer Service Guarantee exemption is in place and delays can be expected for faults, moves, adds changes and new orders. We apologise for any delays experienced.

Please continue to use the CCG Technical Support line 1300 42 66 67 and our staff will provide you with updates on your service requests and orders. Please refer to the following advice from Telstra.

https://www.telstra.com.au/consumer-advice/customer-service/mass-service-disruption

Customer Service Advice from Telstra

Delay due to fire in parts of the Central Tablelands, Hunter, Sydney Metropolitan, Illawarra, South Coast and Southern Tablelands of New South Wales.

Parts of the Hunter, Sydney Metropolitan, Central Tablelands, Illawarra, South Coast and Southern Tablelands of New South Wales have been impacted by bushfires from November 2019 and are ongoing as at January 2020. These events have resulted in extensive damage to Telstra’s telecommunications network. In some cases, unsafe conditions and road closures are preventing us from reaching these locations at present but we will attend as soon as these areas are deemed safe.

As a result, an interruption to Telstra’s normal operations has occurred leading to delays in installation and repair activities. As many as 1,400 Telstra services are impacted in the following multiple geographic areas bounded by and including, but not limited to, the area starting Cassilis heading southeast to Merriwa, then turns southwest to Mount Misery and northwest returning to Cassilis. Then the area starting at Gungal, from here the area travels southeast to Martindale, Mount Thorley and Belford. At Belford the area turns south to Mount View, southeast to Martinsville, southwest to Yarramalong, southeast to Palm Grove and southwest to Calga, Marlow then Canoelands. At Canoelands, the area heads northwest to Maroota, and west to Cumberland Reach, then Blaxlands Ridge, turning southwest past Kurmond to Medlow Bath. At Medlow Bath, the area turns southeast to Mount Solitary and continues southeast to Warragamba then Cobbitty and turns southwest to The Oaks then southeast past Picton to Wilton. At Wilton the area travels south to Avon and turns northwest to Colo Vale, Bullio and Porters Retreat, then north to Mozart. At Mozart, the area turns northeast to Ganbenang, northwest to Portland, southwest to Laffing Waters, northeast past Paling Yards to Capertree. At Capertree, the area travels northwest to Sofala, northeast past Aarons Pass to Kandos and Bylong before returning to Gungal. Then the area starting at Callala Bay traveling southwest following the coastline past Ulladulla, Batemans Bay to Bermagui. At Bermagui, the area turns northwest to Numeralla, then north to Jingera, northwest to Queanbeyan, and northeast to Bungendore. At Bungendore, the area continues northeast to Windellama, and Bungonia to Marulan. At Marulan, the area travels northeast to Sutton Forest, then southeast past Barrengarry, Maeroo Meadow, Back Forest and returning to Callala Bay. All suburbs and towns, off shore islands and coastal areas serviced by Telstra within these boundaries are encompassed in this exemption.

How will this affect you?

Unfortunately your service may be affected and we may take longer than normal to fix telephone services or complete connections. Services in the area mentioned above with phone numbers in the following number ranges may have been affected:

02 4322 6300 02 4373 0000 02 4412 3000 02 4441 0000 02 4560 0000 02 4640 0000 02 4653 0000 02 4680 0000 02 4756 0000

To 02 4323 9199 To 02 4377 9999 To 02 4429 9999 To 02 4479 9999 To 02 4588 5399 To 02 4640 0199 To 02 4659 9999 To 02 4684 9999 To 02 4756 9999

02 4860 8000 02 4883 9000 02 4939 6000 02 4998 3000 02 6238 2000 02 6329 1000 02 6350 0000 02 6372 7000 02 6520 0000

To 02 4861 7399 To 02 4889 9999 To 02 4939 6999 To 02 4998 9999 To 02 6238 6999 To 02 6338 7499 To 02 6359 1999 To 02 6379 9999 To 02 6520 0999

02 4780 2000 02 4825 1000 02 4841 0000

To 02 4787 9999 02 6547 0000 To 02 6549 9999 To 02 4829 8399 02 6570 4000 To 02 6579 9999 To 02 4849 4699

We anticipate that the majority of services will be restored by 2 February 2020. We’re sorry for any inconvenience this delay may cause but we can assure you we are working hard to get things back on track.

For any questions about your service, the CSG exemption or to ask us to reconsider whether the circumstances are a proper basis for claiming the exemption, please call anytime on 1300426667. If our response doesn’t satisfy you, then you may wish to contact the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO).


VOICE

A Mass Service disruption has been declared due to the NSW, Vic, Qld, WA and SA Bushfires causing high workloads.

The Mass Service Disruption will affect Metro and Regional areas, Australia wide, through to 15 Feb 2020.

Significant numbers of the carrier technical workforce have been deployed to fire effected areas and this will have a flow on effect in areas not effected by the fires. A Customer Service Guarantee exemption is in place and delays can be expected for faults, moves, adds changes and new orders. We apologise for any delays experienced.

Please continue to use the CCG Technical Support line 1300 42 66 67 and our staff will provide you with updates on your service requests and orders.

Please refer to the following customer service advice from Telstra

https://www.telstra.com.au/consumer-advice/customer-service/mass-service-disruption

Customer Service Advice from Telstra

Delay due to fire in parts of the Central Tablelands, Hunter, Sydney Metropolitan, Illawarra, South Coast and Southern Tablelands of New South Wales.

Parts of the Hunter, Sydney Metropolitan, Central Tablelands, Illawarra, South Coast and Southern Tablelands of New South Wales have been impacted by bushfires from November 2019 and are ongoing as at January 2020. These events have resulted in extensive damage to Telstra’s telecommunications network. In some cases, unsafe conditions and road closures are preventing us from reaching these locations at present but we will attend as soon as these areas are deemed safe.

As a result, an interruption to Telstra’s normal operations has occurred leading to delays in installation and repair activities. As many as 1,400 Telstra services are impacted in the following multiple geographic areas bounded by and including, but not limited to, the area starting Cassilis heading southeast to Merriwa, then turns southwest to Mount Misery and northwest returning to Cassilis. Then the area starting at Gungal, from here the area travels southeast to Martindale, Mount Thorley and Belford. At Belford the area turns south to Mount View, southeast to Martinsville, southwest to Yarramalong, southeast to Palm Grove and southwest to Calga, Marlow then Canoelands. At Canoelands, the area heads northwest to Maroota, and west to Cumberland Reach, then Blaxlands Ridge, turning southwest past Kurmond to Medlow Bath. At Medlow Bath, the area turns southeast to Mount Solitary and continues southeast to Warragamba then Cobbitty and turns southwest to The Oaks then southeast past Picton to Wilton. At Wilton the area travels south to Avon and turns northwest to Colo Vale, Bullio and Porters Retreat, then north to Mozart. At Mozart, the area turns northeast to Ganbenang, northwest to Portland, southwest to Laffing Waters, northeast past Paling Yards to Capertree. At Capertree, the area travels northwest to Sofala, northeast past Aarons Pass to Kandos and Bylong before returning to Gungal. Then the area starting at Callala Bay traveling southwest following the coastline past Ulladulla, Batemans Bay to Bermagui. At Bermagui, the area turns northwest to Numeralla, then north to Jingera, northwest to Queanbeyan, and northeast to Bungendore. At Bungendore, the area continues northeast to Windellama, and Bungonia to Marulan. At Marulan, the area travels northeast to Sutton Forest, then southeast past Barrengarry, Maeroo Meadow, Back Forest and returning to Callala Bay. All suburbs and towns, off shore islands and coastal areas serviced by Telstra within these boundaries are encompassed in this exemption.

How will this affect you?

Unfortunately your service may be affected and we may take longer than normal to fix telephone services or complete connections. Services in the area mentioned above with phone numbers in the following number ranges may have been affected:

02 4322 6300 02 4373 0000 02 4412 3000 02 4441 0000 02 4560 0000 02 4640 0000 02 4653 0000 02 4680 0000 02 4756 0000

To 02 4323 9199 To 02 4377 9999 To 02 4429 9999 To 02 4479 9999 To 02 4588 5399 To 02 4640 0199 To 02 4659 9999 To 02 4684 9999 To 02 4756 9999

02 4860 8000 02 4883 9000 02 4939 6000 02 4998 3000 02 6238 2000 02 6329 1000 02 6350 0000 02 6372 7000 02 6520 0000

To 02 4861 7399 To 02 4889 9999 To 02 4939 6999 To 02 4998 9999 To 02 6238 6999 To 02 6338 7499 To 02 6359 1999 To 02 6379 9999 To 02 6520 0999

02 4780 2000 02 4825 1000 02 4841 0000

To 02 4787 9999 02 6547 0000 To 02 6549 9999 To 02 4829 8399 02 6570 4000 To 02 6579 9999 To 02 4849 4699

We anticipate that the majority of services will be restored by 2 February 2020. We’re sorry for any inconvenience this delay may cause but we can assure you we are working hard to get things back on track.

For any questions about your service, the CSG exemption or to ask us to reconsider whether the circumstances are a proper basis for claiming the exemption, please call anytime on 1300426667. If our response doesn’t satisfy you, then you may wish to contact the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO).


CLOUD

Currently no known incidents.