AOL Outage in Usk, Monmouthshire, Wales

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 Usk, Wales

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Most Reported Problems:

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(93.75%)
Internet
(4.09%)
Total Blackout
(1.20%)
Wi-fi
(.72%)
Phone
(.24%)

AOL Outage Map Near Usk, Monmouthshire, Wales

The most recent outage reports and issues originated from Newport and Cardiff.

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AOL Issues Reports Near Usk, Wales

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Usk and nearby locations:
  • cejonesy C Jones (@cejonesy) reported from Monmouth, Wales

    @AOLSupportHelp think my account has been hacked. I cant verify account as it has an old number. Please help

  • FIRSTCHAIRMAN Steve West Says - Support PTSD & Cricket (@FIRSTCHAIRMAN) reported from Cardiff, Wales

    @TalkTalk Wifi for 20 years with AOL with no problems, but now 4mps is an insult

  • FIRSTCHAIRMAN Steve West - Disabled Wales #50/50 (@FIRSTCHAIRMAN) reported from Cardiff, Wales

    @AOLSupportHelp Been with AOL for some 30 years ! Rarely a problem - until the dreadful TALK TALK took over Get lower speeds with them than AOL in 1998 !

AOL Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • jc59049 Eric (@jc59049) reported

    @EBischoff you think that the WWE will ever thank AOL for handcuffing WCW and handing it to them on a silver platter everyone knows that WCW would still be in business and the industry would be better off sorry watching the WWE Network and they are so out of touch jmo.

  • W3ARDstroke5 W3ARD 🛰️ (@W3ARDstroke5) reported

    @sparky_husky @W7QL @WY7AA @twjones85 I don’t even know you’re dang call. Get a freaking twitter handle with some context. I suck at this and need all the help I can get. This isn’t AOL instant messenger bro.

  • Chrysthepirate C H R Y S T A L (@Chrysthepirate) reported

    I just watched them in four pixels and AOL Music audio for 15 minutes and I’m happier than a pig in shit. #BTSxJingleBall

  • stoolth ConnectFour (@stoolth) reported

    @swedishbotmafia @WiseOldTexan @DevinCow @EarthLink @AOL I think earthlink@was before aol. I was a mindspeing customer and got bought up by EarthLink.

  • Z_Indy Z-Train (@Z_Indy) reported

    @chikago12 It was ridiculous. I don’t know how they got away with it. They sent out millions of Cd-rom’s with AOL software and a month of free Internet access (back when that was a big deal) so everyone signed up, but then you’d be trapped. No way to cancel online. Only phone.

  • michcusejoe5 JAC (@michcusejoe5) reported

    @philllosoraptor @coocoosncoco @MattWalshBlog Yea I don’t really know what the solution is other then parents doing a better job. We grew up in the age of AOL and dial up and parental controls. The day my friends and I discovered we could bypass that with broadband all bets were off 😂

  • onascaleof1210 🕯 Susan 🕯 (@onascaleof1210) reported

    Twitter, if I wanted delayed entry on a social network, I'd jump in the wayback machine and set the controls to dial-up modem, AOL & 1996.

  • djhfhasfdshy djhfhasfdshy (@djhfhasfdshy) reported

    @DeanEigenmann @pierre_rochard Yeah, who need throughput and quick confirmations. I love my dialup; I’ll never need any faster aol access.

  • wanyinbot Jiang Cheng (@wanyinbot) reported

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

  • MartianOrthodox Martian Orthodox🌲☦️ (@MartianOrthodox) reported

    @YvesMaxois @MechaSilvio @EdwardBChang The 'eternal' part refers to Sep 1993 when AOL dumped its troglodytes onto Usenet and kept funneling more, so the newbie influx never had a chance to abate & Usenet permanently got dumbed down. I remember it; it was never the same afterward.