Xplornet

Xplornet Outage in North Stormont, United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, Ontario

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.

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Xplornet problems in the last 24 hours in North Stormont, Ontario

Xplornet Outage Chart in North Stormont, United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, Ontario 09/25/2020 16:30

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Most Reported Problems:

  • Internet 86.51% Internet
  • Wi-fi 6.51% Wi-fi
  • Total Blackout 4.19% Total Blackout
  • E-mail 2.33% E-mail
  • TV .47% TV

Xplornet Outage Map Near North Stormont, United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, Ontario

The most recent outage reports and issues originated from Chesterville and North Stormont.

CanadaChesterville Internet
CanadaNorth Lunenburg Wi-fi
CanadaChesterville E-mail

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Xplornet Issues Reports Near North Stormont, Ontario

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in North Stormont and nearby locations:
  • MrSeventy8 MrSeventy8 (@MrSeventy8) reported from North Stormont, Ontario

    @Bell and @Xplornet were down for about 30 mins in Crysler, about 35 mins. south east of Ottawa.

Xplornet Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • m3t4lw01f m3t4lw01f (@m3t4lw01f) reported

    @Xplornet What you aren't telling people is poor Terry has probably had to climb that tower 67 times in the last two weeks adjusting things due to customer complaints that can't actually be solved on the customer side, but you have to be seen as doing "something" to help, right?

  • LotSixteen Robert Gamble (@LotSixteen) reported

    @bamayhew The only problem is the dreadful internet provided by @Bell_Aliant. They abandoned us years ago. And with @Xplornet set to move into #Lot16, I don't hold out much hope for things getting any better.

  • cbraedley Charles Braedley (@cbraedley) reported

    @ISED_CA When can I expect to get service that meets the minimums promised by your government? A contract awarded to @Xplornet was a start, but until I can actually get service, its a promise not fulfilled. #ruralinternet #RuralInternetforNS

  • HilaryChambers1 Northern Chic (@HilaryChambers1) reported

    @BlueSkyNetNorth @FedNor This is a good step. What if the choices we have Bell, Xplornet, netspectrum still provide speeds far slower than advertised that dont work a portion of the time? Barely any cell service in my region and poor internet.

  • fastjeff Fast Jeff (@fastjeff) reported

    @Xplornet Oh, is it, "Xplornet is trying to bury the old tweets with all the customers sharing their terrible xplornet experience"? It was a classic tune that all your old dissatisfied customers are still singing.

  • cbraedley Charles Braedley (@cbraedley) reported

    Specifically, in Cumberland and Colchester counties, @Xplornet was chosen by @MunColchester and @developns to provide internet to the entire population of both counties. In the last 3-4 months, they claim that 16,000 customers now have access to the service...

  • nursekaffy Kathryn Cash (@nursekaffy) reported

    @Xplornet are there issues in Shubenacadie, NS this morning? I have no internet. I have tried rebooting but still nothing.

  • FraserRedsim2 Fraser Redpath (@FraserRedsim2) reported

    Xplornet you never stop amazing me just how bad you are

  • Air_in_it Arranit (@Air_in_it) reported

    @Xplornet I spent a collective 8.5 hours over those three days on the phone with technical support, but thanks for the lukewarm response. Still couldn't get it running. Neither could the advanced team. So, I repeat my initial question.

  • H_DawsonMurphy Hannah Dawson-Murphy (@H_DawsonMurphy) reported

    Under some governments terms we have “good enough” internet service. Let me tell you what that means. It means that after 5pm we cannot access our internet because the servers are overcapacitated (I’m talking to you @Xplornet).