It's not so much
It's not so much "yes" as "no Optus" for customers in the Gympie region who have had phone troubles since storms at the end of January. AAP

Is there anyone out there Optus?

OPTUS customers in much of the Kilkivan district, including Manumbar and Glen Echo, through to Widgee, Woolooga and to the coast at Tin Can Bay are suffering faulty land line services and are expected to keep on suffering for another two weeks.

The affected area also extends southward over much of the Sunshine Coast. This is on top of three weeks of faulty or non-existent services already.

The Optus website reported a series of severe thunderstorms at the end of January damaged the company's telecommunications network and significantly impacted services.

About 900 services were affected by the damage, and the company did not expect normal services to resume until March 6.Optus apologised for the disruption to services and delays to normal installation and repair activities.

Gympie Times


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