AOL Outage in Wednesbury, Sandwell, England

AOL (America Online) is an internet portal as well as an internet service provider. As an ISP, AOL offers dial up internet through its AOL Advantage plans.

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AOL problems in the last 24 hours in Wednesbury, England

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Most Reported Problems:

E-mail
(82.52%)
Internet
(11.65%)
Total Blackout
(2.91%)
Wi-fi
(2.91%)

AOL Outage Map Near Wednesbury, Sandwell, England

The most recent outage reports and issues originated from Burntwood, Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Cannock, Solihull, Stourbridge, Sutton Coldfield and Walsall.

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AOL Issues Reports Near Wednesbury, England

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Wednesbury and nearby locations:
  • Huxman1 Tecwyn (@Huxman1) reported from Burntwood, England

    @AOLSupportHelp Hi I’m contacting you as of the May 26th I’ve been unable to log into my emails - please help

  • A_J_92 Ash❗️ (@A_J_92) reported from Birmingham, England

    @ruthm4x @AOL Did you ever hear back from anyone about this further. It really is unbelievable what has happened. What about using @gmail there service is very user friendly not sure about warning though, I thought all providers would of done this, clearly not with @YahooCare

  • eleanorleonards Eleanor leonard (@eleanorleonards) reported from Willenhall, England

    @aolmailhelp please help ,its impossible to retrieve aol password as I need the password to email you. You neither provide any phone support! you provide twitter support but cannot help on here either. Set up account years ago so no longer have phone num or email for verification

  • champagnetrace tracey tutty (@champagnetrace) reported from Birmingham, England

    @aolmailhelp It seems that my aol email account is down again on iPhone and iPad. Is this happening elsewhere.

  • Guesty22 Matt Guest (@Guesty22) reported from Birmingham, England

    As if some people are still on 3G 😂 may as well be on a free trial disc of AOL and on don’t tell me... BT cellnet network or One2One 😂😂😂

AOL Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • ALittleUpset nya, see? (@ALittleUpset) reported

    @branthefern me too, but I haven't been able to figure out a messaging service since aol

  • Hello_Evelina 𝔏𝔞𝔔𝔲𝔢𝔰𝔞𝔡𝔦𝔩𝔩𝔞 (@Hello_Evelina) reported

    Someone got into my Facebook on May 16 & it was taken down. They obtained my login info & also hacked into my Yahoo email, Photobucket, DropBox, Samsung, & Google accounts. They tried to get into my AOL & Snapchat. I have secured those but I'd like my Facebook back. @facebook

  • wanyinbot Jiang Cheng (@wanyinbot) reported

    Jin Ling. Come help me guess Wei Wuxian's AOL password

  • joannbowlin05 Joann Bowlin (@joannbowlin05) reported

    @ANBMJB @AOL Never, ever. It is ridiculous anymore.

  • Killed007I Buff (@Killed007I) reported

    @FAnning4Life The fact that @StefanMolyneux has never been shut down is the indicium that he's not nearly as influential or important or dangerous to the powers that be as he thinks he is. I've been banned from every platform I've ever been on, dating back to Baymoo in 1995. AOL,, LJ, etc.

  • YoScott Yo (@YoScott) reported

    @FloriduhBrewer I did this job for AOL in the glory days. The problems haven't changed even though it's been going on for 25 years. Former co-workers are still in therapy.

  • joannbowlin05 Joann Bowlin (@joannbowlin05) reported

    @ANBMJB @AOL Way too many, I would never go out of the U.S.

  • lilanic42861455 lila nicholson (@lilanic42861455) reported

    I will not read any tweets, or articles of any kind about AOL. She is beyond stupid.

  • RakestrawJeff Jeff Rakestraw (@RakestrawJeff) reported

    We should regulate AOL and MySpace, because these two are pretty much monopolies. It’s hard to do much on the internet without AOL, and MySpace is too dominant in social media. And we are also seeing unfair competition in terms of dial-up modems. Free markets will not fix this.

  • haws_lewis Minister of Propoganda (@haws_lewis) reported

    @RadioFreeTom Tom’s right - I feel kinda stupid for even describing just how stupid this AOL analogy is.