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AOL Outage Report in Shrewsbury, Worcester County, Massachusetts

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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 in the last 24 hours in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts

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

AOL Outage Chart in Shrewsbury, Worcester County, Massachusetts 02/29/2024 17:05

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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 (4%)

    Phone (4%)

  5. Wi-fi (%)

    Wi-fi (%)

  6. TV (%)

    TV (%)

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AOL Issues Reports Near Shrewsbury, Massachusetts

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Shrewsbury and nearby locations:

  • lordpaluzzi Jenn Lord Paluzzi 🏳️‍🌈 (@lordpaluzzi) reported from Grafton, Massachusetts

    @BJ_Roche @ChrisLisinski @katielannan AOL Instant Messenger. I only used it under duress for a job and it slowed down my computer.

  • rasmussenapple Animal Smith (@rasmussenapple) reported from Worcester, Massachusetts

    @StoolGametime @SmittyBarstool @MujFricke Play a real game **** is AOL 2.0 dial up status..

AOL Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • special67661483 specialist (@special67661483) reported

    @silviakillings Upside down AOL logo

  • BenjoohCee Benjo (@BenjoohCee) reported

    @Denise37566499 @aolmail Has it been sorted out? Cos I was battling with similar issue, i emailed the support but it was to no avail not until someone here directed me to @cybertec_secc they’re reliable

  • RAMPAGE1963 RAMPAGE1963 Get your shot, I got mine (@RAMPAGE1963) reported

    @muskrat_john Like with AOL back in the day' They use to say the easiest way to cancel was to report the card you used lost or stolen so they couldn't charge it anymore

  • AgbodzaDesigns YesMa’amYes 🌸✊🏼✌🏽🙏🏼🌈🍆 (@AgbodzaDesigns) reported

    @inafried And three friends on your friend list that you never talk to must verify by going to a broken link and putting in the secret code that was sent to your mom's aol account.

  • wanyinbot Jiang Cheng (@wanyinbot) reported

    Jin Ling. Come help me guess Wei Wuxian's AOL password

  • AndreiBondoc05 Andrei Bondoc (#Scoobtober era) (@AndreiBondoc05) reported

    I did have some concerns about AT&T buying WarnerMedia going as bad as (if not even worse than) the AOL Time Warner era. And yep, it did happen just like that.

  • Paul_ACE13 Uncle Paul (@Paul_ACE13) reported

    @aolmail hi guys, any fix yet for aol mail not opening attachments??

  • robsterwarrior MrRobster (@robsterwarrior) reported

    @VerizonSupport Ok, so no tech support. But is AOL Mail a Verizon service ? Is Verizon Media an owner of AOL ? Does Verizon have any business relationship with AOL ?

  • LHinata85 AshTheHornyAlolaChamp_85 (@LHinata85) reported

    @Otome_Komi I can vouch for being an idiot in the late 90s using AOL and chat rooms, however it wasn’t that bad back then. Still I knew better than to give out personal info..Still I was no saint looking up Pokémon hentai back then either.

  • ExplorerTricks Mosaddikur Rahaman (@ExplorerTricks) reported

    As of 2017, 2.1 million people still use AOL’s dial-up service. Mainly, these customers live in rural America where it can be expensive and unreliable to get high-speed internet. Meanwhile, dial-up is only $20 per month. 2/2