AOL Outage Report in Telford, England

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The latest reports from users having issues in Telford come from postal codes TF3 and TF2.

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Problems in the last 24 hours in Telford, England

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

AOL Outage Chart in Telford, England 03/01/2024 23:20

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Most Reported Problems

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

  1. E-mail (78%)

    E-mail (78%)

  2. Total Blackout (11%)

    Total Blackout (11%)

  3. Internet (7%)

    Internet (7%)

  4. Phone (3%)

    Phone (3%)

  5. Wi-fi (%)

    Wi-fi (%)

  6. TV (%)

    TV (%)

Live Outage Map Near Telford, England

The most recent AOL outage reports came from the following cities: Telford, Bridgnorth and Broseley.

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City Problem Type Report Time
United KingdomTelford E-mail
United KingdomTelford E-mail
United KingdomBridgnorth E-mail
United KingdomTelford Phone
United KingdomBroseley E-mail
United KingdomNewport E-mail

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AOL Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • Oahu_Raider808 Slippahz & ***** Pack Li dat (@Oahu_Raider808) reported

    @tokthadada I fell for some long distance dial-up site, when my AOL would connect …. It was charging long distance calls to Vanuatu 🇻🇺 … all so i could beat to some terrible low quality videos, wayyyyy too horny …. The phone bill came and my Dad almost killed me

  • Lilithiel Lillith (@Lilithiel) reported

    @LuthienIRL @Oatmeal I'm ready for a friendly Prodigy/Compuserve/AOL login screen to go with the Oatmeal emails.

  • aaronpatel97 Aaron Patel (@aaronpatel97) reported

    Would WCW still exist if the AOL Time Warner merger never happened? I'm not so sure myself...

  • ThatboiCross That boi Cross (@ThatboiCross) reported

    @AOL just tried to get me to pay for a service to change my password to my account when I could do it myself. But guess what their website crashes when I try to execute this option. #gotogmail

  • bucketOfBuckets Connor McGowan (@bucketOfBuckets) reported from Arlington, Virginia

    @aklingus There was like a 6 month period in the mid 90s where AOL chat rooms were a fun place to hang out… and when you started a convo with someone you’d have to rapid fire emails back and forth because there was no private chat or instant message system

  • telemonk Kevin (@telemonk) reported

    @blumby09 That someone for me was AOL Customer Support, as I was complaining about accessing sites. She said connect to AOL then use whatever apps you want ... 🤯

  • Young_Chef_J ✨Jàsmîne Ràneeshà✨ (@Young_Chef_J) reported

    @chinaallthat Dawg they tryna kill us atp cause how tf we just getting aol this crazy *** **** man ain’t no way 😒

  • ManuZingar Everything Fundamentally Should Change (@ManuZingar) reported

    @JasonHa91155497 @RepAOC Took you an entire day to come up with a retort defying laws of imbecility. What, did you have 1995 AOL? But what else can one expect from a fool whose projections speak louder than his high brow, knuckle dragging ignorance & xenophobia? Blocked for being a stupid ******* moron.

  • cfunk1 SureAsHellNotProFa (@cfunk1) reported

    @aklingus One of the more common ways households got internet service was to use discs sent through the actual mail by AOL (you know, the defunct instant messaging company) in order to get a free trial.

  • erenbuns ant (@erenbuns) reported

    “peter had been younger than 14 when AOL was a thing” me: whatever ******** that means