AOL Outage Report in Goffstown, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire

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Problems in the last 24 hours in Goffstown, New Hampshire

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

AOL Outage Chart in Goffstown, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire 02/24/2024 15:35

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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 Near Goffstown, New Hampshire

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

  • MisterScott_ Scott George (@MisterScott_) reported from Londonderry, New Hampshire

    @AOLSupportHelp I was wondering why it kept asking me to sign in randomly

AOL Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • m315625 Mike Jagiello (@m315625) reported

    @AOLSupportHelp Funny how you move this to dm just to tell me the feature is broken and there's no eta for a fix. You're not a real tech company.

  • GodOshee Oshee Da'God (@GodOshee) reported

    @sprint aka boost mobile. Why is your service at the rate of AOL dial up. What are you taking from me in 5g because you give me nothing but class action vibes.

  • plebHODLBadger HoneyBadger (@plebHODLBadger) reported

    The internet wasn't made obsolete by AOL or Microsoft Network, and became the global network and base layer for information. Bitcoin won't be bettered by any other "crypto" or CBDC, and #Bitcoin will become the global network and base layer for value settlement.

  • bud_eth Bud.eth (@bud_eth) reported

    @crypto_condom @Cardano Oh boy what an awful take lmaoo. You believe AOL still dominates the Internet like in 1997?

  • DoubleTap49 Sparky (@DoubleTap49) reported

    I remember back in the late 90s, my bro and I were kicking back some *** beverages, went on AOL IM and started throwin shade on this skateboarder kid. We told him he was prolly crappy and ****. He was coming unglued. So I guess that’s when the spiral down began. Thks AOL…..

  • defnotbeka cyberpunk temptress (@defnotbeka) reported

    but then, around 1993, computers were becoming popular, and phone service was cheaper, and services like AOL started gaining popularity they provided their users with Usenet access out of the box, meaning that suddenly, there was a CONSTANT flow of newbies onto Usenet

  • wanyinbot Jiang Cheng (@wanyinbot) reported

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

  • RogueScholarMDC Rogue Scholar (@RogueScholarMDC) reported

    @FracturedBadger Here's a story. I live in Kentucky and when I got AOL to get on the internet for the first time I wanted to make friends. So I kept making or joining rooms called some variation of "KY discussion" or "KY friends". I learned how awful the internet was from day one

  • xoJLynn630 JLynn630 (@xoJLynn630) reported

    @AOLSupportHelp My emails were all deleted. Can you help me recover them?

  • skleefeld Sean Kleefeld (@skleefeld) reported

    @OkazuYuri There's probably an example in the long Time/WarnerBros/AOL/Discovery/AT&T/whatever else chain of buyouts, but I expect that's more an example of a "less awful" company winning out than a "better" one.