BT (British Telecom)

BT (British Telecom) Outage in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England

BT (British Telecom) offers broadband internet, home phone and television service. Internet connections are available through ADSL or BT Infinity branded fibre technology. BT Mobile operates as a MVNO using the EE network. BT Mobile mostly serves professional clients.

The latest reports from users having issues in Great Yarmouth come from postal codes NR31 and NR30.

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BT (British Telecom) problems in the last 24 hours in Great Yarmouth, England

BT (British Telecom) Outage Chart in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England 06/23/2021 14:35

June 23: Problems at BT (British Telecom)

BT (British Telecom) is having issues since 02:00 PM GMT. Are you also affected? Leave a message in the comments section!

Most Reported Problems:

  • Internet 66.77% Internet
  • Phone 12.23% Phone
  • Wi-fi 9.05% Wi-fi
  • E-mail 6.82% E-mail
  • Total Blackout 3.52% Total Blackout
  • TV 1.60% TV

BT (British Telecom) Outage Map Near Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England

The most recent outage reports and issues originated from Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft, Acle and Thurne.

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BT (British Telecom) Issues Reports Near Great Yarmouth, England

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Great Yarmouth and nearby locations:
  • TheOnlyWayIsGY Tom Pratt (@TheOnlyWayIsGY) reported from Rollesby, England

    I think @BTCare should win an award for taking over 2 years to issue me a refund on my bill 😂 stop sending me bills with refunds on if you will never issue the cheque. 🙄

  • BlackCloud1966 Darren *disabled are people too* Richardson (@BlackCloud1966) reported from Great Yarmouth, England

    @AndyGraham59 They are worth abolition thanks to #YewTree Losing the Crown Jewels of sport to BTsport and Sky. Being outsmarted by Netflix, Prime and Sky Atlantic. Being biased. Overpaid primal Donna talentless stars. Crap programming. Annexing BBC3 to IPlayer. No 4K HDR content.

  • HunteLucy Lucy Hunte (@HunteLucy) reported from Caister-on-Sea, England

    @JamesECain @btsport Terrible stream here too! COYS!

BT (British Telecom) Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • kathylead1 Kathy leadbetter (@kathylead1) reported

    @mustbecwaced @bt_uk Time you where getting hold of BT chief executive. @bt_uk absolutely pathetic the customer service you have received. They should be paying you for having to use your mobiles, sorting the problem and apologising for for everything they’ve put you through.

  • noprobsbob Bob Marston (@noprobsbob) reported

    @bt_uk The engineer came today, needing access to house. He and I both hope that the problem is fixed, though we’re not sure how. I was merely pointing out the anomalies in the computer-generated conversation.

  • DanielsJet Jeanette Daniels (@DanielsJet) reported

    @bt_uk I’ve been waiting all day for a call back and a call comes to my landline rings once and then hangs up! (17 May Complaint ref: VOL013-587562504305 A manager please call before 2pm today) still waiting! My notes say call my mobile!

  • DanielsJet Jeanette Daniels (@DanielsJet) reported

    @bt_uk I’m still waiting for a manager to call. This is getting beyond a joke. I want to resolve the complaint and move on.

  • markwilkinson1 Mark Wilkinson (@markwilkinson1) reported

    @jamclarkey @TinManVlogger @bt_uk Mobile network coverage doesn’t extend to all parts of Hertfordshire, let alone the UK though - even if you are in a position to afford it.

  • hollynett Holly (@hollynett) reported

    @bt_uk Still no Internet… and it’s Wednesday, the day we were told our service would be restored by “at the latest”. When is close of play for your engineers?

  • TinManVlogger TinMan 🏍💨🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 (@TinManVlogger) reported

    @jamclarkey @markwilkinson1 @bt_uk So if the end user doesn’t require or want a more expensive fibre service They will be made to move as they will no longer have a phone service ? So if that’s the case would it be considered that they are being forced to a more expensive service just to have a home phone ?

  • fierce0bsession ~Lou~ (@fierce0bsession) reported

    WiFi & subscription channels from @bt_uk went down monday morning. Reported it online and got an email about an open case. Since then I've had no contact about what's happening and the date keeps changing when i check. Almost out of data on phone and i need wifi for work things

  • jamclarkey James (@jamclarkey) reported

    @TinManVlogger @markwilkinson1 @bt_uk I believe the deployment strategy for Digital phones 1st moving those customers who are on a full fibre service. There's another Openreach programme that introduces copper stop sells when a fibre services becomes over 75% available. Meaning end users will need to move onto fibre

  • PaulDulson2 Paul D (@PaulDulson2) reported

    @bt_uk As a shareholder and a customer, I would prefer you to concentrate on your core business ! Jumping on bandwagons is neither big nor clever.