Xplore Outage Report in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador

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The latest reports from users having issues in St. John's come from postal codes A1B, A1E and A1C.

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 St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador

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

Xplore Outage Chart in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador 04/12/2024 14:45

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Most Reported Problems

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

  1. Internet (75%)

    Internet (75%)

  2. Wi-fi (12%)

    Wi-fi (12%)

  3. Total Blackout (8%)

    Total Blackout (8%)

  4. E-mail (3%)

    E-mail (3%)

  5. TV (2%)

    TV (2%)

  6. Phone (%)

    Phone (%)

Live Outage Map Near St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador

The most recent Xplore outage reports came from the following cities: St. John's.

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Xplore Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • SomeOth78194030 SomeOtherGuy (@SomeOth78194030) reported


  • FoxboroP Foxboro PS (@FoxboroP) reported

    Parents we just received word from a parent that they received notice that Xplornet will be down tomorrow from 8am-10pm for upgrades/maintenance. We trust students will attempt to get on but if they are not able to in the morning then classes will try to reconvene at 12:00 pm....

  • CircularLogic89 CircularLogic (@CircularLogic89) reported

    @m3t4lw01f @Xplornet @CRTCeng While those articles refer to *cellular signal, the wireless home internet via LTE would be affected similarly

  • Sampaguita_II sampaguita ll 🇨🇦 (@Sampaguita_II) reported

    .@Xplornet, power companys warn their customers before planned maintenance so any one working at home can reschedule zooms, emails etc. Why do you just shut things down with no warning when people have to work from home using the internet? Show some concern for you customers!

  • m3t4lw01f m3t4lw01f (@m3t4lw01f) reported

    Installing a game on Xbox. Started yesterday at 3pm. It's downloaded 28.77GB since. Let's do the math on how slow my 25mbps @Xplornet connection actually is, shall we? 28.77GB=235765 megabits 29 hours=104400 seconds Divide the two and we get 2.3mbps. "Up to" in action.

  • m3t4lw01f m3t4lw01f (@m3t4lw01f) reported

    @woodzybcfc @Xplornet @APLenehan The mathematical equation for the speedtest results graph is: Y - D = 0S+RA Where: Y = You D = Your money S = Service R = Rich A = APLenehan

  • cbraedley Charles Braedley (@cbraedley) reported

    @Xplornet Does your service even reach them yet? They're one of the tens of thousands who are supposed to be getting improved rural internet services in @MunColchester and Cumberland, NS. Maybe use your platform to demonstrate the strides your company is taking to offer improved service.

  • m3t4lw01f m3t4lw01f (@m3t4lw01f) reported

    @CircularLogic89 @Xplornet @CRTCeng It was **** before, it's **** during, and it'll still be **** after. Regardless of that fact, they shouldn't be allowed to advertise "up to" when they don't *ever* provide that speed. Their advertising makes it sound like I'll see 25 most of the time, which is a lie.

  • hammer4974 Chris Hammer (@hammer4974) reported from South Frontenac, Ontario

    @Xplornet many internet users of your service in @SthFrontenacTwp having internet issues and getting kicked off? Is there too much of a surge on the system? @SFrontenac

  • m3t4lw01f m3t4lw01f (@m3t4lw01f) reported

    I love it when people chime in on Twitter to defend @Xplornet. It's humorous because if you search Twitter for them, there's 99% awful and 1% ok, but no it's gotta be a technical limitation of wireless. Just, no. If it were, I'm sure most people would be relatively happy.