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AOL Outage Report in Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire, Wales

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Problems in the last 24 hours in Pembroke Dock, Wales

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

AOL Outage Chart in Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire, Wales 02/24/2024 14:00

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Most Reported Problems

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

  1. E-mail (81%)

    E-mail (81%)

  2. Internet (11%)

    Internet (11%)

  3. Total Blackout (6%)

    Total Blackout (6%)

  4. Phone (1%)

    Phone (1%)

  5. Wi-fi (%)

    Wi-fi (%)

  6. TV (%)

    TV (%)

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AOL Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • madden_jeremiah Carl Spackler (@madden_jeremiah) reported from Citrus Ridge, Florida

    @CenturyLinkHelp @CenturyLink New and maybe shortterm customer here. Internet went down and no customer service until Monday to fix it? What is this 1995 and I ran out of AOL hours? Wow So Sad

  • NEETWizardJanus NEET-Wizard Janus (@NEETWizardJanus) reported

    @RonnieFilyaw I was going to say they have limited lifespans because the companies that create them die quickly, but this is incorrect. eg: Officially licensed Transformers convention & fan club ran a forum for 7 years that was straight out of AOL era, & bad security resulted in CC fraud.

  • MrsMcGillicuddy "Step One is step one." 🇺🇸🍾🎉🌎🌞 (@MrsMcGillicuddy) reported

    @electroboyusa No! There are two of us. Better start clicking on AOL ads, I guess. Make it worth their trouble.

  • MarTheResister MarChar🇺🇸☮🆘️Resist🇺🇸☮🆘️NeverTrump🇺🇸☮🆘️ (@MarTheResister) reported

    @electroboyusa @NatLevine2 I still have AOL...if it ain't broke, don't fix it.😬

  • Martyt2016 Martin Walker (@Martyt2016) reported

    @emmy_zje Back years ago when aol was bombarding mailboxes with cds for signup i knew a few under 25 males who would pretend to be women in the chat rooms. They seemed to get off on the fantasy. I've never done it

  • MrsMcGillicuddy "Step One is step one." 🇺🇸🍾🎉🌎🌞 (@MrsMcGillicuddy) reported

    @AimingHigher11 @electroboyusa Yeah, me too. I got the Gmail email addy bc G requires me to. It's a variation of my aolmail one. Can never remember the passwords to either bc I'm always logged in. I guess we're s'posta change pw every so often for security; now might be a good time. 🙃

  • saibellanyc sailently judging you (@saibellanyc) reported

    Is it awful of me to now be reconsidering working with someone just because they have an AOL email account? I am like genuinely shocked....

  • MustafaFeeroz MustafaFeeroz (@MustafaFeeroz) reported

    @AOLSupportHelp cannot sign in to AOL thru mail app on Android

  • arvinforoutan Arvin Foroutan (@arvinforoutan) reported

    I never complain about things not being as good as they used to be because the old stuff is still available. Right next to the new stuff, at your fingertips, waiting to be streamed I used to have to download mp3's on AOL on a 28.8K modem. Y'all can't tell me nothin about nothin

  • terryjanas テリー 🇺🇸 (@terryjanas) reported

    @DonaldBergin2 I remember downloading warez via receiving dozens of AOL email attachments (pkzip/rar broken up into 1MB chunks) back in the late 1990s. And then using 3rd party download managers to handle those “big” downloads over web browsers.