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G 4 months ago
Outage day 2. Flowery Branch. 30542

Mike 4 months ago
All of Winter Gardens internet down since 11:14 am and useless dirt bags from Spectrum still don't have it working. Massive outages all over Central Florida. Somebody needs to start a class action lawsuit against this shit company.

Adam 4 months ago
no service since 2 days, 53073

Jim 4 months ago
63131 down since July 4. Tech came said they need different tech and still no service. Spectrum claim weather outages in area require manpower and we are not a weather outage. Service is a joke

Jim 4 months ago

Jennie 5 months ago
62025 Edwardsville, IL we get cable for about fours and then out again and they keep telling me it is fixed.

T. Williams 5 months ago
St.Louis County 63146 haave been without service due to the storms since Saturday, July 1sr. Today is Monday July 3rd and we still do not have internet connection. 63146

Jonell 5 months ago
Wifi and internet has been out for almost 8 hours now. Come on guys, get it together. Lots of frustrated customers that pay too much money for it to be out all the time and for that long at a time. New Lebanon ohio 45345

Redhead 5 months ago
All services are out in63105

MKay 5 months ago
Internet outage in Dayron OH 45416

Edgar 5 months ago
Internet is out Soledad, Ca 93960

Elizabeth Spierer 5 months ago
No internet Hickory NC 28601

Steve 5 months ago
Ithaca NY 14850 no wifi

Sue Griego 5 months ago
No TV total blackout since 9am pst 6 20/23 91745

Terry 5 months ago
Black screen on all channels Maineville, Oh 45039

Terry 5 months ago
Black screen on all channels

Tracy 5 months ago
Say no outage but wifi has been on and off for days

Patty 5 months ago
93535 spectrum has been out for over an hour . Tired of this !!

Jackie 5 months ago
Outage Spectrum 78676 Wimberley. Been having issues for atleast an hour

Monopolies 6 months ago
Landline internet down every day multiple times. I spend more time troubleshooting than working and I am a tech.disgraceful service. Absolutely disgraceful. 11215 New York City Why no investigation?


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How to prepare for a Spectrum outage

Outages can be incredibly frustrating, and preparing for them doesn't have to be. We'll show you how you can easily prepare for a Spectrum outage so that you don't miss a beat!

1. How to avoid a spectrum outage

No one wants their internet to go out, especially if you're in the middle of working on something important or streaming your favorite show. Here are some tips to help avoid a spectrum outage:

1. Keep your modem and router up to date - One of the reasons people experience outages is because their modem or router is out of date. Keeping your modem and router up to date can help ensure that you have a stronger, more reliable connection.

2. Check for updates regularly - Another way to avoid an outage is to check for updates regularly. Most routers and modems will have an automatic update feature, but it's always a good idea to check manually as well to make sure you're running the most recent version.

3. Avoid using too many devices at once - If you're noticing that your connection is starting to slow down, it could be because you're using too many devices at once. Try disconnecting some of your devices and see if that helps improve your connection speed.

4. Restart your modem or router - If you're still having trouble with your connection, restarting your modem or router can sometimes help. Just be sure to follow the instructions from your manufacturer, so you don't damage the equipment.

5. Contact customer support - If you've tried all of these tips, and you're still experiencing problems, the next step is to contact customer support. They may be able to help diagnose the problem and get you back up and running again.

2. What to do if Spectrum is down

If you're experiencing a Spectrum outage, there are certain steps you can take to get back online. First and foremost, you should check whether your services have been affected by outages in your area. You can do this by visiting Spectrum's website or using the Spectrum app.

Once you've determined your area is affected by an outage, contact them for service restoration. If you're unable to reach Spectrum due to a phone line outage, try reaching them through their social media channels or by email.

You may also want to consider switching to an alternative internet provider if the outages continue for an extended period of time. Before making this decision, however, research the potential downtime and cost of switching providers so that you're not caught off guard.

In the meantime, make sure your devices are powered off during an outage in order to avoid further disruption from power surges. It's also important to unplug any non-essential electronics as they may draw additional power and compromise service stability when it's restored.

Finally, be patient and stay informed about the status of the outage so that you can plan accordingly. When service is restored, log into your account and check for any updates on usage or billing issues related to the outage. If something doesn't seem right, contact customer service immediately in order to get it resolved quickly.

3. Contact Spectrum's customer service

If you're a Spectrum subscriber, you know how frustrating it can be when your service goes down. But there are some things you can do to make the process a little easier.

The first thing you should do is make sure you have a backup plan in place. This might mean having a streaming service like Netflix or Hulu Plus set up on your TV or computer. It could also mean having a radio or some other form of entertainment ready to go.

Next, make sure you're familiar with Spectrum's customer service helpline. You can reach them at 888-483-4373 (option 3 for billing questions and option 4 for general questions). The helpline is open 24 hours a day, so there's no need to panic if your service goes down in the middle of the night.

Finally, be patient. Outages happen, but that doesn't mean you have to take it sitting down. Take these steps and you'll be back up and running in no time!

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Outage history

Reported outages on 06.12.2023:
There were a total of 5 outages at Spectrum. The most frequently affected cities were: Oklahoma City, Atlanta, Charlotte
Reported outages on 05.12.2023:
There were a total of 8 outages at Spectrum. The most frequently affected cities were: Warrensburg, Charlotte, Seattle
Reported outages on 04.12.2023:
There were a total of 7 outages at Spectrum. The most frequently affected cities were: Elmira, Louisville, San Diego, Charlotte, Festus
Reported outages on 03.12.2023:
There were a total of 6 outages at Spectrum. The most frequently affected cities were: Festus, Charlotte, Buffalo, Miami
Reported outages on 02.12.2023:
There were a total of 6 outages at Spectrum. The most frequently affected cities were: Charlotte, Festus, San Antonio, Detroit
Reported outages on 01.12.2023:
There were a total of 2 outages at Spectrum. The most frequently affected cities were:
Reported outages on 30.11.2023:
There were a total of 7 outages at Spectrum. The most frequently affected cities were: Los Angeles, Thomaston, Saint Cloud, Tallahassee

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