AOL Outage in Bury, 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 Bury, England
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AOL Issues Reports Near Bury, EnglandLatest outage, problems and issue reports in Bury and nearby locations:
from Oldham, England
@ThisisLukeOwen @WrestleTalk_TV @OliDavis Maybe you should start all listening again because he has constantly said what mistakes is made. Yes WCW was badly run but only when the AOL merger & Thunder were brought in on hisxwatch. he couldn't have been doing a bad job if they were winning 83 weeks in a row.
from Middleton, England
@AOLSupportHelp Hello I can't login to my email it says my password has been changed even though I know I haven't changed it I just wondered if you can help
from Hindley, England
@MattKloufetos @aolmail Mine as well... Had this problem a few weeks ago 😡
from Stretford, England
@aolmail can you tell me if mail is down today please, I haven’t received anything all day
AOL Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
@MrMichaelBates @Timcast I mostly used BBSs because CompuServe, Prodigy, AOL were all long distance calls. It was more expensive than the service (though you'd get those free month deals or whatnot).
@jennyschuessler @JenHoward @nytimes In the spirit of full candor, I have a stash of email correspondence that I would never part with under any circumstances., despite constant razzing that NO ONE is on AOL anymore (which is not true). I opened up an additional email account so we could "gchat" at her insistence
@BadLegalTakes …while the “publishers” were the websites of the ISP's customers, like for example the AOL member pages. Now, if the ISPs were liable for everything its customers printed on their service, they'd have to police the content of millions of webpages—something unsustainable. 5/46
@KLGLASS2 @AOL Damn it, cancer beat me to the punch!
@SriSri @ArtofLiving @UN @HochschildF AoL has done really inspiring work under your guidance @srisri. People across religions, nationalities and ethnicities look up to you to solve global problems, many of which the UN would like to see resolved.
@LostInThePondUS Also, mine was logging into AOL and hearing that horrible dial up tone from the 56k modem.
@KLGLASS2 @AOL I have a real hard time feeling bad for that guy.
@KLGLASS2 @AOL That’s too bad!!! Thoughts and prayers!!
from Richardson, Texas
@KLGLASS2 @AOL Die already *******
@N8I @misterjeremiah It’s the difference of some idiot in Utah threatening to murder someone vs AOL threatening to murder someone. So yes.