iTWire has received a tip from an anonymous source over the weekend that claims that Telstra's horror run of outages in 2016 stems from bad firmware in Telstra supplied modems.
Three days of sporadic outages — now extended to four — in voice and data on NBN, data on ADSL, Telstra Internet Direct, its prepaid and recharge services down, MyAccount, and Telstra Wi-Fi off the air meant that May was not a very merry month this year.
Somewhere around the witching hour on Wednesday, goblins and demons found Telstra ADSL and NBN black boxes and wielded powerful black magic.
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