AOL Outage Report in Oakland, Bergen County, New Jersey

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Problems in the last 24 hours in Oakland, New Jersey

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

AOL Outage Chart in Oakland, Bergen County, New Jersey 02/26/2024 12:40

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Most Reported Problems

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

  1. E-mail (74%)

    E-mail (74%)

  2. Internet (15%)

    Internet (15%)

  3. Total Blackout (8%)

    Total Blackout (8%)

  4. Phone (2%)

    Phone (2%)

  5. Wi-fi (%)

    Wi-fi (%)

  6. TV (%)

    TV (%)

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AOL Issues Reports Near Oakland, New Jersey

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

  • spike11113 spike111 (@spike11113) reported from Pequannock, New Jersey

    @aolmail AOL Mail been down for 30 minutes

  • MikeBoggi22 mike (@MikeBoggi22) reported from Montville, New Jersey

    @AOL your news updates ******* suck and are full of ****. I’m kinda embarrassed to even tweet at AOL in 2020 so shame on me.

AOL Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • wanyinbot Jiang Cheng (@wanyinbot) reported

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

  • CJCzelling C J Czelling (@CJCzelling) reported

    @securitybrew Never have I ever had malware, virus, etc. on a personal personal computer starting with 3rd week of production PC-1. Online since before CompuSetve & AOL.

  • replicantpinky I am the Cheese (@replicantpinky) reported

    Kids today will never experience AOL discs in every mailbox.

  • LivemusicCJ Chris (@LivemusicCJ) reported

    @UltraTestoster1 @ElijahSchaffer I still have my original AOL email (I keep it for a spam account when you have to sign up for mailing lists). I’ve had it since 1993. Crazy to think that was 30 years ago. In 6th grade we started using IRENE. **** I feel old now

  • dianetuman Diane Tuman (@dianetuman) reported

    Then I asked, “who is Diane Tuman who worked at Zillow?“ And it spit out all kinds of inaccuracies I was never an SVP, I never worked at AOL or Yahoo, I wasn't an executive in sales, I didn't go to college at Binghamton and I no longer live in Seattle. YIKES! 2/

  • Negritorama HEKIREKI (@Negritorama) reported

    @roudique @AndrewPerpetua Was AOL and Yahoo too big to fail? Could you remember how many years ago Google released any new successful product? There is hidden price to killing so many projects: people have no faith in you and look for other partners to innovate.

  • joelteply Joel Tepliid (@joelteply) reported

    @rob_sheridan His interpretation seems like some kind of John Hughes version of reality. Entitled ***** and crazy loaners formed self-reinforcing mega/maga groups which had only existed in newsgroups and aol boomer chasms. From what I read about Elon, he never even learned how to code.

  • foxxwoof Foxtrot Wolf (@foxxwoof) reported

    @nahalo95 @PinselLuchs And Foxxwoof, came about when I tried to get things like AOL email or chat room names. Foxtrot was ALWAYS taken. Even Foxtrot Wolf some times, so.... I boiled it down to Foxx Woof (Foxxwoof). And that has ever since, kind of become my name for "me" and Foxtrot for my "sona".

  • RomaLeisure Roma Leisure No/Labels (@RomaLeisure) reported

    @AJamesMcCarthy The same people bellyaching over $8 didn't have any problem spending $19.95/mo. for AOL back in the 90s. Same springboard here as AOL in the 90s... sans the live Trivia game competitions I enjoyed on AOL.

  • GenericUserX2 Chuckles McGee (@GenericUserX2) reported

    @LetruneInedil @caitlinmoriah "I don't need to know what Ethernet is to be a network engineer. My family had AOL on dial-up back in '98 so I'm sure Wifi works the same now"