Hyperoptic Outage in Sunderland, England
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Hyperoptic is a fibre-to-the-building Internet service provider (ISP) based in London, England.
Hyperoptic problems in the last 24 hours in Sunderland, England
The following chart shows the number of reports that we have received about Hyperoptic over the past 24 hours from users in Sunderland and near by areas. An outage is determined when the number of reports are higher than the baseline, represented by the red line.
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Most Reported Problems:
- Total Blackout
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@Hyperoptic Do existing customer get the free months too?
@Hyperoptic any chance I can get some internet please guys? Customer service would be appreciated.
@Hyperoptic Well, things are bad in Elsie Land when even the faithful Glenn Campbell is putting her on the spot.
@Hyperoptic hi - our internet is not working and I can’t get through o your phone lines
@Hyperoptic Please come and save us from Virgin Media in London N10! They effectively have a monopoly here, because competitors only offer up to 60Mbps. I've been a customer since July and I'm considering a downgrade to be rid of them. Many neighbours are also fed up after recent outages.
@FlexinJohn @Hyperoptic Wait, hyperiptic have a 10Gb service? 👀😭
@Hyperoptic @HyperopticCS Is there any update on when internet will be restored in G51 4NQ? And where is the power outage affecting it please?
@Hyperoptic @HyperopticCS doing a great job!!! 17 days now and you still have not assigned me the static ip that I have purchased. Apparently it only takes 24 hours??? Looks like it’s now time to cancel and join @BTGroup
@attiegrande I actually mentioned in my order notes that I would prefer handoff to be a SFP/SFP+ module and that I know what I'm doing. Hyperoptic was nice, though I had to do weird **** to my DHCP client config to make it work. With AT&T, I productionized an 802.1x MitM
@HyperopticCS @Hyperoptic Can you check messages please? Are you saying you can’t solve bad connection to overseas websites unless I switch ISP?