In brief: Westnet NSW customers affected by outage
- 16 March, 2012 12:02
iiNet subsidiary, Westnet, has reported an outage in New South Wales which is affecting approximately 8000 Westnet off-net ADSL customers and 600 mobile broadband customers.
The outage was reported at 8.40am Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) this morning.
A Westnet spokesperson said in a statement that technicians are currently investigating the situation.
Outage reports have been posted on Westnet’s website.
In February, Westnet reported a server outage which affected email services for up to 5000 customers.
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