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AOL Outage in Birkenhead, Metropolitan Borough of Wirral, 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 Birkenhead, England

AOL Outage Chart in Birkenhead, Metropolitan Borough of Wirral, England 07/11/2020 15:40

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Most Reported Problems:

  • E-mail 74.68% E-mail
  • Internet 21.52% Internet
  • Total Blackout 1.27% Total Blackout
  • Wi-fi 1.27% Wi-fi
  • Phone 1.27% Phone

AOL Outage Map Near Birkenhead, Metropolitan Borough of Wirral, England

The most recent outage reports and issues originated from Liverpool, Birkenhead, Holywell, St Helens, Upton, Bromborough, Formby, Widnes, Wallasey and Ellesmere Port.

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AOL Issues Reports Near Birkenhead, England

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Birkenhead and nearby locations:
  • coolhandevo1982 craig kevin evans (@coolhandevo1982) reported from Thatto Heath, England

    Stay off aol is awful bt is sound

AOL Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • MeAndMyFerrets Antifa Weaponized Weasels #BlackLivesMatter (@MeAndMyFerrets) reported

    @jonathanvswan @Stonekettle Who ******** still uses AOL?

  • JakeNDaBox Jake Donovan (@JakeNDaBox) reported

    @GodHamgod @JamelHerring Wasn't even so much that, their leadership (or lack thereof) was awful. I started at the company at the time of the Time/Warner Bros. merger and it was terrific. Went to crap when AOL entered the mix.

  • UncleBonsCabin Legendary Arabian (@UncleBonsCabin) reported

    @centernovel @steamtug7 No one cares about my fantast league, but 27 years into it, one of the owners (in the middle, agewise; he's 57 or so) has never changed his AOL email.

  • jamescappio Dr Dr #GENERAL_STRIKE, JD, PhD (@jamescappio) reported

    @suterb42 @GerdDuerner @PulpLibrarian "Service" or "system," right. Delphi, GEnie, Compuserve, Prodigy, and . . . AOL. The Well, Echo, Mindvox.

  • JakeNDaBox Jake Donovan (@JakeNDaBox) reported

    @JamelHerring Awful memories! I worked for a Time Warner-owned print house back then, around the time the AOL/TW merger went through. All employees were issued 250 shares of what became worthless stock. That 2+ yr disaster couldn't end quick enough.

  • JakeNDaBox Jake Donovan (@JakeNDaBox) reported

    @JamelHerring Awful memories! I worked for a Time Warner-owned print house back then, and that fight was right around the time the AOL/TW merger went through. All employees were issued 250 shares of what became worthless stock. That 2+ yr disaster couldn't end quick enough.

  • Prysmith PSmith (@Prysmith) reported

    @dashingdrewster I am getting a pulse so you must be OK. I have a Verizon account through AOL and in my experience AOL email pretty much just shuts down after Midnight

  • LordWellz Frederick BRUHglass (@LordWellz) reported

    F*ceb*ok just showed me a memory from 2006.🤭 My generation really built this social network ****. All this **** started in AOL Chatrooms. Now look at us, bullying celebrities in a digital school cafeteria.

  • EBITDAadjusted Adjusted EBITDA (@EBITDAadjusted) reported

    AOL stock price collapsed b/c of that and he caught that "falling knife" as he correctly interpreted that the "busy" signal was a short term event and subscribers would not terminate the service and AOL would increase modem capacity. In essence, he "followed the eyeballs"

  • EBITDAadjusted Adjusted EBITDA (@EBITDAadjusted) reported

    One of the "models" I learned from him is "follow the eyeballs" and this dates back over two decades ago. AOL's model was a metered product and they shifted to unlimited. When they shifted to unlimited AOL subscribers would get a "busy signal" (remember the old dialup modems?)