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AOL Outage in Springfield, Fairfax County, Virginia

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 Springfield, Virginia

AOL Outage Chart in Springfield, Fairfax County, Virginia 07/11/2020 16:30

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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 Springfield, Fairfax County, Virginia

The most recent outage reports and issues originated from Washington, D.C., Woodbridge, Arlington, Falls Church, Oxon Hill, Alexandria, Vienna, Burke, Fairfax and Annandale.

United StatesWashington, D.C. E-mail
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United StatesArlington E-mail
United StatesFalls Church E-mail
United StatesArlington Internet
United StatesOxon Hill E-mail

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AOL Issues Reports Near Springfield, Virginia

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Springfield and nearby locations:
  • Jimbo3DC Jimbo (@Jimbo3DC) reported from Washington, D.C., District of Columbia

    @woolfhound That was precisely my experience with NYT, and it reminded me if when I had similar experiences trying to cancel my AOL or Bally's membership. Tacky and desperate.

  • JaydeColer Jayde Willow Coler🏳️‍⚧️ (@JaydeColer) reported from Arlington, Virginia

    He IS a security risk but I’d say he’s more like Netscape (old as shit and useless) or the old AOL software (kept around far longer than should have been because people liked the one catchphrase it had)

  • StepToTheMic Kodi Seaton (@StepToTheMic) reported from Washington, D.C., District of Columbia

    Some of you have never spent a summer messaging a complete stranger on dial-up AOL Instant Messenger and it shows. 😫 #LoveIsBlindNetflix #loveisblind

  • Cr8DigitalAsset Christina Haftman (@Cr8DigitalAsset) reported from Fair Oaks, Virginia

    @robertoblake I went to college pre internet. We had large computers with floppy disks, DOS command prompt, loud, vibrating dot matrix printers and slow screechy modems. This was before Windows and IE. Before email. Before AOL. Before NETZERO. Before Yahoo Messenger.

  • Beav_Patrick Patrick Beaver, MCFE (@Beav_Patrick) reported from Washington, D.C., District of Columbia

    @nbcwashington Not to mention... jobs are always fluctuating in the NOVA/DC area. Just look at the horrible Yahoo!/AOL deal Verizon did now resulting in 10,000 "voluntarily" firings. Unknown how many are in the D.C. area.... I would guess many... but could be wrong.

  • byajperez A.J. Perez (@byajperez) reported from Washington, D.C., District of Columbia

    @RyanMRuark @AOL @Outlook @gmail I don’t want to have to do any more remote tech support. They can’t screw up @ubuntu.

  • byajperez A.J. Perez (@byajperez) reported from Washington, D.C., District of Columbia

    @RyanMRuark @AOL @Outlook @gmail I’m from the southern edge of Silicon Valley. It was almost as bad. (Awful cable and phone service.) Also, I’m installing Linux on their desktop when I’m back for Christmas without telling them.

  • 322jn322 John Nolte (@322jn322) reported from Washington, D.C., District of Columbia

    @aolmail ONCE AGAIN, email is down. THIS HAPPENS FAR TOO FREQUENTLY!

  • 322jn322 John Nolte (@322jn322) reported from Washington, D.C., District of Columbia

    @aolmail ONCE AGAIN, email is down. THIS HAPPENS FAR TOO FREQUENTLY!

  • Adam_Yosim Adam Yosim (@Adam_Yosim) reported from Washington, D.C., District of Columbia

    I've spent so much time on the phone with tech support that I qualify for 10 free AOL startup discs.

  • NancyDWrites Nancy Dunham (@NancyDWrites) reported from Franconia, Virginia

    Almost as bad as AOL

AOL Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • sulojado #copsoutcps 🌱 (@sulojado) reported

    does anyone remember their internet friends growing up? like on prodigy or aol? lol. i want to meditate and try to remember the deep conversations that were so formative. it was like, dear diary 2.0 because you never wanted to meet them but you did want to learn from them.

  • ClyneKerry Kerry Clyne (@ClyneKerry) reported

    @BradleyWhitford “The AOL dial-up octave.” I’ll never listen to the song the same way.

  • ZakX06496409 Zak (@ZakX06496409) reported

    @MoonOverlord @ElrondNetwork Only thing Ethereum has going for it at this point is it was here first, but so was myspace,netscape and AOL.. 😬 its to slow and expensive to scale and trying to force 2.0 isn't going to help.. Elrond pushing 15k TPS Ethereum pushing 15... #ScreenshotIt

  • 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