AOL Outage in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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.

 Problems detected at AOL

AOL problems in the last 24 hours in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

AOL Outage Chart in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

June 16: Problems at AOL

AOL is having issues since 12:00 PM GMT. Are you also affected? Leave a message in the comments.

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AOL Outage Map Near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The most recent outage reports and issues originated from Plymouth Meeting, Philadelphia, Havertown, Media, Maple Shade, Mantua, Broomall and Narberth.

Plymouth Meeting Internet
Philadelphia E-mail
Havertown Internet
Media E-mail
Maple Shade E-mail
Mantua E-mail

AOL in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Comments

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AOL Issues Reports Near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Philadelphia and nearby locations:
  • mikemalseed mike (@mikemalseed) reported from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    I spent 2 hours today trying to get into my email... I HAVE the password, then AOL sends a verification to the SAME email saying I need to verify my identity, even though I can’t log in I called them and they literally told me they couldn’t do anything @AOL customer service BLOWS

  • PhillyPartTwo Michael MPH (@PhillyPartTwo) reported from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    @AOLSupportHelp This is getting ridiculous. Fix this.

  • 74jazzbass Rick G (@74jazzbass) reported from Swarthmore, Pennsylvania

    First world problems... #aolmail problems and supper slow #verizon internet speed despite a recent “upgrade” to faster internet. May need to make a move...

AOL Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • johnnydeppsdad AIPAC Shakur (@johnnydeppsdad) reported

    this reminds me, I got banned from an AOL Rock n Roll message board in 5th grade for saying “**** AC/DC”

  • seisaacson Sara Isaacson (@seisaacson) reported

    In Dec 09 I came out to a club gymnastics teammate over AOL instant messenger, and then to a few close friends and mentors at school. They connected me to Servicemembers Legal Defense Network & current/former LGB servicemembers 6/

  • olivejardin etienti (@olivejardin) reported

    millsberry, piczo, imvu, that barbie website where you had to buy the mp3 player, neopets, aol games, postopia, miniclip, stardoll, disney channel, cartoon network

  • planb79325950 plan_b (@planb79325950) reported

    @ATTimpact @ATT Too bad you refuse to lead the way for decent internet speed in rural areas. AOL moves faster than you.....

  • jacobkostecki Jacob Kostecki (@jacobkostecki) reported

    @BillyBambrough @DavidJN79 @Forbes Many of us view Libra as a mezzanine/bridge solution to meet people where they are in their journey's toward stateless electronically-native hard money (Bitcoin). Just like AOL, the LaserDisk & Netlifx's envelopes. This thing is too big to swallow in one sitting, so... Libra.

  • KaseboyAdvance nonbinary husband (@KaseboyAdvance) reported

    despite being 20, our family was hella poor and didn't have internet til about 2005. and even then, we had AOL. so it was Neopets (2006-9), Spore (2008-10), and classic videogame emulators (2006-now) my first social media was Tumblr, which i discovered in the summer of 2014.

  • TheRahrahGabor Rahrah Gabor (SHE/HER) (@TheRahrahGabor) reported

    AOL chatrooms duh! And on aim messaging friends. Live journal. And honestly reading a lot of shit lol

  • mrchaddavis Chad (@mrchaddavis) reported

    @MishGEA Any company can create their own internet. TCP/IP and HTML are easy to copy. The Internet didn't even have first mover advantage and it crushed private walled services like Prodigy, AOL, and CompuServe. Network Affect is the piece you are missing in your valuation

  • AzumiLP Azumi (@AzumiLP) reported

    @McSuto @XavierWoodsPhD @thechrisdenker AIM = AOL Instant Messenger, it was and old and crap messaging service on the PC much like MSN messenger where you could add friends and chat to them, though MSN messenger was much better.

  • Isabellacchio Isabella Manocchio (@Isabellacchio) reported

    Off the top of my head; I spent most of it on 4chan, IRC, Deadjournal/Livejournal, Something Awful, Habbo, Neopets, AIM, AOL Chatrooms, Counter-Strike, Doom, Dukematch (Duke Nukem 3D), Myspace, Newgrounds, Ebaum's World, Zthing, Big-Boys (Break), Geocities, etc.