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AOL Outage Report in Williamstown, Berkshire 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 Williamstown, Massachusetts

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

AOL Outage Chart in Williamstown, Berkshire County, Massachusetts 02/24/2024 20:00

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Most Reported Problems

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

  1. E-mail (81%)

    E-mail (81%)

  2. Internet (11%)

    Internet (11%)

  3. Total Blackout (6%)

    Total Blackout (6%)

  4. Phone (1%)

    Phone (1%)

  5. Wi-fi (%)

    Wi-fi (%)

  6. TV (%)

    TV (%)

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AOL Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • DaveJHess1 Dave J Hess (@DaveJHess1) reported

    @Wolfiesmom Valerie, @AOL is showing a picture of a woman that is not you but the caption is saying it’s you, you need to check it out because it is shining a very bad light on you.

  • funksawz phunq (@funksawz) reported

    @Nintendork9 The first internet service I (and many others) used. Our family didn't hop on the AOL train right away though. It wasn't until they charged a flat monthly fee that we took the plunge. It is pretty crazy that they initially charged by the hour!

  • iammrcheeseball Mr. Cheeseball (@iammrcheeseball) reported

    @ERodBuster1 People kep saying this isn't as bad as AOL/Time Warner merger, but I feel differently. Their next report will be a loss due to set up costs of the new service but man, are they making dumb decisions.

  • stevepoolverse Steve Pool (@stevepoolverse) reported

    @jdiannedotson It's sad to see how a change in top management can completely dismantle a creative company's endeavors. I am thinking Warner, HBO, and DC Comics are snakebit, because every time someone buys them, it all goes to ****. Anyone remember AOL-Time-Warner?

  • yungintranet yung intranet (@yungintranet) reported

    as a current phd (Poor in the Hood, Depressed) student, i belive the first thing we all should do is sign up for new AOL accnts and jump ship

  • efdouglass Gene Douglass (@efdouglass) reported

    @hoosierdoggie @FOOL_NELSON @SunBleachedFOIA AOL was crap compared to the original Compuserve, which even worked great with my Atari 800xl and 130xes and a 2400-9600 baud modem. Then AOL bought Compuserve and destroyed it with the "new" Compuserve, driving both into the ground. In 1984, which internet are you referring to?

  • DLittlejon Dan (@DLittlejon) reported

    @OneRadChee @Sharonapple123 Yeah no. That's peanuts. When AOL merged with Time Warner in 2002 they had a combined loss of $98.7 billion. The worst annual loss in corporate history.

  • kev_bradshaw Kev Bradshaw (@kev_bradshaw) reported from Portsmouth, England

    @MrGGallacher Yep. Dial up modem. Sign into AOL first. Proper crap. Kids don’t know how good they’ve got it these days (typing on a mobile phone with instant connection)

  • callmecatbae Catbae (@callmecatbae) reported

    @NikeSandalsPapi Tbh they haven’t really had control over their **** since the 90s. Before discovery bought it out, AT&T had it, and before that, AOL lol

  • zackburt_ Vibing (@zackburt_) reported

    @keepfischin The CFA who says that investing early in AOL Yahoo and Netscape would have been a bad investment... 🤔