Telstra Internet subscribers, who are connected by the company's HFC cable network, suffered outages in western parts of Brisbane last month, and not NBN users, as claimed by a user in that area.
The Internet problems plaguing a resident of South Australia who has an NBN connection via HFC have suddenly disappeared, though neither the NBN Co nor his retail service provider are able to cast light on how it was resolved.
NBN users in western parts of Brisbane, who are Telstra subscribers and are connected via HFC cable, have been enduring outages right through the week, with the Internet suddenly cutting off as early as 8.10am and reconnecting as late as 6pm.
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