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Freedom Mobile Outage Report in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

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Freedom Mobile Inc. is a Canadian wireless telecommunications provider owned by Shaw Communications. With 1,181,483 active subscribers in urban areas of Ontario, British Columbia and Alberta, it is Canada's fourth largest mobile network operator with 3.7% market share.

Problems in the last 24 hours in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

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

Freedom Mobile Outage Chart in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia 07/13/2024 05:30

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Most Reported Problems

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

  1. Phone (48%)

    Phone (48%)

  2. Internet (38%)

    Internet (38%)

  3. Total Blackout (9%)

    Total Blackout (9%)

  4. E-mail (3%)

    E-mail (3%)

  5. Wi-fi (2%)

    Wi-fi (2%)

  6. TV (%)

    TV (%)

Live Outage Map Near Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

The most recent Freedom Mobile outage reports came from the following cities: Halifax.

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City Problem Type Report Time
CanadaHalifax Phone
CanadaDartmouth Phone
CanadaHalifax Phone
CanadaHalifax Phone
CanadaHalifax Internet

Community Discussion

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Freedom Mobile Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • hythrain Drew (@hythrain) reported

    @FreedomMobile Hey Freedom, I'm moving to a place that currently isn't covered by your network. Any chance y'all will be expanding to Orangeville, ON and west of it? I don't want to have to change services if I can avoid it.

  • Rootbrian_ GNU/Linux-using Rootbrian's updates and thoughts (@Rootbrian_) reported

    @HODLSFMV2 @FreedomMobile They aren't if you have a compatible device. Wi-Fi calling solves the need for a signal booster (as long as you have internet service at home, where signal cannot get inside), voLTE solves the need for your device to fall back to 3G for voice calls. Both don't cost a thing.

  • bhagwaniakhi Akhilesh Bhagwani (@bhagwaniakhi) reported

    @freedomsupport Can I get a 30 dollar plan with 300 down ?

  • Rootbrian_ GNU/Linux-using Rootbrian's updates and thoughts (@Rootbrian_) reported

    @MellowCanuck_46 @freedomsupport They cannot guarantee signal inside your home or workplace/office. For that, there is Wi-Fi calling. Also, the number of bars is signal to noise ratio, not the level of service your device shows.

  • Massoud58677991 Sam (@Massoud58677991) reported

    @FreedomMobile Whoa you won’t have signal when u need it .

  • MellowCanuck_46 Mellowcanuck (@MellowCanuck_46) reported

    @FreedomMobile ....unlimited but only up to 20 gigs? Your service is snap crackle pop.

  • TheraBarclay Thera Barclay (@TheraBarclay) reported

    Hey @freedomsupport, my data services have been suspended due to an "outsanding balance", but I've already paid off my balance (in fact, I have a $45 credit). I can't make or receive calls or text messages. Any help in sorting this out would be much appreciated!

  • eunoiax12 question their answers (@eunoiax12) reported

    And now that we’re on the topic, the worst phone company award goes to @FreedomMobile

  • hayeslee13 hayes 🦔 (@hayeslee13) reported

    @Bell we know the infrastructure is there because @FreedomMobile has service down there...can y'all just think about your customers for a second?! we literally already pay so ******* much for our phone plans because of the telecom monopoly in canada

  • bentsmore bent (@bentsmore) reported

    @ETonthehandles @FreedomMobile Outside of a city? I've been on opposite sides of intersections and lost signal