Xplore Outage Report in Debert, Nova Scotia

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Users are reporting problems related to: internet, wi-fi and total blackout.

Xplor (formerly known as Xplornet) is a Canadian wireless carrier and rural internet service provider. It is the largest rural fixed wireless broadband service provider in the country. Offers wireless internet services using satellite or 4G technology.

Problems in the last 24 hours in Debert, Nova Scotia

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

Xplore Outage Chart in Debert, Nova Scotia 02/21/2024 09:15

February 21: Problems at Xplore

Xplore is having issues since 03:40 AM EST. Are you also affected? Leave a message in the comments section!

Most Reported Problems

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

  1. Internet (74%)

    Internet (74%)

  2. Wi-fi (11%)

    Wi-fi (11%)

  3. Total Blackout (9%)

    Total Blackout (9%)

  4. E-mail (3%)

    E-mail (3%)

  5. TV (2%)

    TV (2%)

  6. Phone (%)

    Phone (%)

Live Outage Map Near Debert, Nova Scotia

The most recent Xplore outage reports came from the following cities: Truro.

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City Problem Type Report Time
CanadaTruro Internet
CanadaTruro Internet
CanadaDebert Internet
CanadaDebert Internet
CanadaTruro Wi-fi

Community Discussion

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Xplore Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • JeffTurets Jeff T. (@JeffTurets) reported

    @loopholefarms @environmentca @Xplornet Their updated radar website sucks. Plain and simple.

  • G9Dude McDudeG9 (@G9Dude) reported

    @Xplornet stop overselling your services. For the last year every night between 8-9:30 it becomes so dreadfully slow that it takes 3 minutes to load 4 seconds of a YouTube video

  • MATT627 Crumpy (@MATT627) reported

    Nothing really sets me off like trying to do something on the internet and only having the WORST internet on planet Earth at my disposal. Thanks @xplornet

  • VoosieVooters Loricat (@VoosieVooters) reported

    @apocolypse669 @Xplornet That's not even the worst I've seen. It truly is horrible.

  • MadsTS Mads Sandbakken (@MadsTS) reported

    @Xplornet I sent a DM but no response as usual. The only thing reliable are my astronomic monthly bills. I'm on the track for over 10 k in household internet use. Internet that is unreliable and slow. It rains it doesn't work. During the day doesn't work. I feel taken advantage of.

  • loopholefarms Dean H. (@loopholefarms) reported

    @aar0nsadler @environmentca @Xplornet Think my senior citizen dog with bad hips is more reliable in telling me when a storm is going to strike. She starts dragging the right leg, you've got under an hour before something hits. Problem is she's back at the farm when I'm spraying. I should hire her out at the Airport

  • Lord47888486 Lord (@Lord47888486) reported

    @Xplornet we called in a week ago for service and still nothing. the internet was working better before we called how does that even work?

  • kt_ziggs Kate (@kt_ziggs) reported

    @Xplornet hi! Having internet outage in the #northfrontenac area - sent a DM with account number. Please advice!

  • GreenDLawn GreenDLawn (@GreenDLawn) reported

    @Xplornet internet down for a while now... Maybe @elonmusk will save us xplornet users from this lackluster service...

  • IanMcPHE7T2 Ian (@IanMcPHE7T2) reported

    @Xplornet tried it already signal is slightly stronger but no where near the 25mg download speed threshold that we pay for. (yes I know that's a best case scenario number that is rarely reached) Our problem is the total signal drop that occurs almost daily. Why not admit you throttle?