Wireless NetworkHeslerton mast offline due to power cut
09:00 We have a power cut affecting customers in the Heslerton / Yedingham / Sawdon / Ebberston / Snainton areas. We hope to have service restored by around 10:00
09:50 Service is restored
14th January 2021
Wireless NetworkStonegrave area offline due to power cut
16:30 Stonegrave offline due to power cut
18:20 Mast is back online. A fuse had blown after a power cut earlier. Thanks for bearing with us.
16:35 Engineers are on their way. Fix ETA approx 18:00
Wireless NetworkNetwork outage in Dalby Forest due to heavy snowfall
07:15 The Beeline network is all but offline in Dalby forest due to heavy snowfall at the mast which is severely blocking the signal. Apologies for the inconvenience. We are monitoring the situation and will attempt mitigation measures as the day progresses
11:00 Capacity is mostly restored after snow thaw
08:30 Connectivity is restored albeit at low speeds
8th January 2021
Wireless NetworkHeavy snow causing service degradation
08:30 We are seeing severe network capacity drop the in Stape / Dalby Forest areas due to adverse weather. We will continue to monitor the situation and hope the weather improves soon
Service has resumed in Dalby Forest and broadband speeds will likely improve as the sunshine further melts the snow today
15:30 The heavy snow is continuing to cause wireless performance problems. Engineers have attended the mast but can't effect a resolution so we will have to wait until the weather improves
11:45 Connections in Scackleton / Skewsby / Whenby / Sutton-on-the-Forest areas are restored. Subscribers in Stape and Dalby Forest remain offline
11:15 Radio link capacities remain low and we are now seeing connections go offline in Scackleton / Skewsby / Whenby / Sutton-on-the-Forest areas
10:50 We’ve unfortunately had a battery failure at our Pickering mast so our engineer is attending this morning to effect a fix before the link fails completely. Unfortunately whilst works are in progress, affected customers' broadband connections will likely go off for 5-10 minutes at a time until the repair is complete which we expect to be early afternoon. Whilst on site, the engineer will be taking the opportunity to do some additional work to improve the signal strength and reliability. No action is needed at your side so please don’t reboot your router.
16:45 Work is now complete
15:54 Repairs are taking longer than expected due to adverse working conditions. Thanks for your continued understanding.