Giffgaff Outage Report in Sudbury, Suffolk, England

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Giffgaff is a mobile telephone network running as a Mobile Virtual Network Operator using the United Kingdom O2 network.

Problems in the last 24 hours in Sudbury, England

The chart below shows the number of Giffgaff reports we have received in the last 24 hours from users in Sudbury and surrounding areas. An outage is declared when the number of reports exceeds the baseline, represented by the red line.

Giffgaff Outage Chart in Sudbury, Suffolk, England 05/23/2024 22:15

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Most Reported Problems

The following are the most recent problems reported by Giffgaff users through our website.

  1. Phone (56%)

    Phone (56%)

  2. Internet (25%)

    Internet (25%)

  3. Total Blackout (12%)

    Total Blackout (12%)

  4. E-mail (3%)

    E-mail (3%)

  5. Wi-fi (2%)

    Wi-fi (2%)

  6. TV (1%)

    TV (1%)

Live Outage Map Near Sudbury, Suffolk, England

The most recent Giffgaff outage reports came from the following cities: Ousden.

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City Problem Type Report Time
United KingdomOusden Internet
United KingdomColchester Phone
United KingdomStowmarket Phone
United KingdomColchester Phone
United KingdomBraintree Total Blackout
United KingdomBraintree Phone

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Giffgaff Issues Reports Near Sudbury, England

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Sudbury and nearby locations:

  • thepetechapman Pete Chapman (@thepetechapman) reported from Colchester, England

    @56milesEast @giffgaff I’ve never had an issue.

Giffgaff Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • 0001Matt Matt (@0001Matt) reported

    @giffgaff Er, no, you misunderstand me. First attempt to change password, locked out of account. Problem your end, not mine.

  • Philsull Phil Sullivan (@Philsull) reported

    @Food_Fascist @VodafoneUK I've been a Vodafone customer since analogue days and stayed mainly due to the #suresignal I have now found my current handset WILL operate on WiFi calling with GiffGaff (O2) so #vodafone days may be numbered if they can't get me connected. Check out the Vodafone forum!

  • markwilsonit Mark Wilson (@markwilsonit) reported

    @stewrogers Except EE doesn't work in my house... or basically at this end of town (so Wi-Fi calling doesn't help). O2 and Vodafone are the only viable networks for me, but giffgaff seems to be giving reduced O2 performance recently...

  • ProveIt78 Andy Holding (@ProveIt78) reported

    @giffgaff Please stop repeating yourself. Why will you not deal with this when you (giffgaff) have looked into other issues relating to inactive accounts via DM? This is a serous issue involving potential fraud.

  • MsNMcLoughlin Ms. McLoughlin (@MsNMcLoughlin) reported

    @giffgaff I can’t find the original box to return it, is that a problem? I can send in an iPhone box instead?

  • radiocode1969 Lee Wiltshire 💙 (@radiocode1969) reported

    @2I0Fvx That’s the backup plan - I have plenty of old phones that I can give her, with a giffgaff SIM. It’s interesting that all of the major apps (Signal, WhatsApp, etc) rely on having a mobile number, which gets passed on.

  • concretel10n ConcreteL10n (@concretel10n) reported

    @giffgaff so - I can't activate my card cos I changed providers, but I need my provider to activate my card, but I need my card to activate my provider, I bought a voucher, but I still need my card. See what's happening? Can someone help? Don't want to go back to @ThreeUK

  • giffgaff giffgaff | The mobile network run by you (@giffgaff) reported

    @MsNMcLoughlin No, that's not a problem at all. You can return the phone in any suitable packaging that you have available, if you no longer have the original packaging. - giffgaff Emer.

  • giffgaff giffgaff | The mobile network run by you (@giffgaff) reported

    @ProveIt78 You just need to select 'continue' under not a member, and follow the on screen instructions. Whenever you're asked for an incident number, you can select 'I don't have an incident number', and then 'Make a complaint' to continue. - giffgaff Emer. (2/2)

  • giffgaff giffgaff | The mobile network run by you (@giffgaff) reported

    @ProveIt78 We're really sorry to hear that's not working for you. What happens whenever you try to do that? - giffgaff Emer.