AOL Outage in Los Angeles, California

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.

 No problems detected at AOL

AOL problems in the last 24 hours in Los Angeles, California

AOL Outage Chart in Los Angeles, California

At the moment, we haven't detected any problems at AOL. Are you experiencing issues or an outage? Leave a message in the comments.

Most Reported Problems:

E-mail
(82.91%)
Internet
(11.97%)
Total Blackout
(3.42%)
Wi-fi
(.85%)
TV
(.85%)

AOL Outage Map Near Los Angeles, California

The most recent outage reports and issues originated from Los Angeles, South Gate and Manhattan Beach.

Los Angeles Internet
Los Angeles E-mail
Los Angeles E-mail
Los Angeles Total Blackout
Los Angeles E-mail
South Gate Internet

AOL in Los Angeles, California Comments

Tips? Frustrations? Share them here. Useful comments include a description of the problem, city and postal code.

AOL Issues Reports Near Los Angeles, California

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Los Angeles and nearby locations:
  • KenseiAbbot KENSEI (@KenseiAbbot) reported from Los Angeles, California

    ****** with aol/yahoo emails bug me ******** out

  • jhamby Jake Hamby (@jhamby) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @sarahjeong I have no idea what he's worked up about. I just read what you wrote and it all made perfect sense to me. I have no love for Google or Facebook, but the law is what it is so that a previous generation of service providers (AOL & friends) wouldn't be sued out of existence.

  • LarryRosenthal Larry Rosenthal (@LarryRosenthal) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @MuseZack Lol. At #digitalhollywood where half the questions and answers on panels are about this Netflix issue. Just remember the reality of aol and Facebook actual numbers.;) When dug up.

  • rocket_jenross Jen Ross ❤️🚀🇺🇸 (@rocket_jenross) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @dakami @arbissell @PhenomenalPoto MCI Worldcom had a real product & people loved their service. They built out the internet. Enron had products. Sunbeam had products. Adelphia, Global Crossing, AOL, Tyco, Valeant - guess what they had. Products. Having a real product doesn’t mean you have a sustainable business

  • LarryRosenthal Larry Rosenthal (@LarryRosenthal) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @crazysmiles @zeynep as they did yahoo and aol before.. easy to predict... but more damage done. a long slow dreck to orwells 1984.

  • paulsemel Paul Semel (@paulsemel) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @AOLSupportHelp I can. And I can sign in on my iPad and on the website when on my desktop and laptop. It's just on my phone.

  • LikeMyDucks Monica (@LikeMyDucks) reported from Bellflower, California

    @noobfatherof1 @Fritz588_ @AOC Well, if Amazon would have set up shop there, that community wouldn't be so poor, cuz jobs! And they were going to build a new school & upgrade existing schools with high technology. @AOL blew it! You haven't the foggiest how they would have upgraded the whole community! #idiot❄

  • JCKerrigan_LA John Kerrigan (@JCKerrigan_LA) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @Pvelkovsky @senatorshoshana I still have my AOL account. It’s 22 years old now! Damn......

  • patrick_graf Patrick Graf (@patrick_graf) reported from Altadena, California

    Some of y’all never ran out of internet hours on AOL and it shows.

  • AbbeySoandso Abbey Someshitorwhatever (@AbbeySoandso) reported from Los Angeles, California

    Some of you never cybered on AOL chat with a complete stranger who probably lied about their A/S/L and it reaaalllyyy shows.

  • patriautism PATRIAUTISM (@patriautism) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @joncoopertweets @AOL Howard is deathly afraid of having his taxes raised. He's a one-issue candidate for the wealthy. How pathetic.

  • benwoodall Ben Woodall (@benwoodall) reported from Los Angeles, California

    My favorite part about being in SAG is during award season, I get shipped a LOT of DVDs I’ll never watch. It reminds me of the good old days of being bombarded by AOL CDs

  • Xanderrific Xander Jeanneret (@Xanderrific) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @RenoHex @vampiresnvino @yerawizardkelly @thebeccascott ‘I tried eating an AOL Free Trial Disc to connect, but all I got was a network of bloody gums. Also! I didn’t realize others could hear the beatles singing, too! I like to get close to them with my face, but they tend to fly away.’

  • SimplyDell NDNPAPI ☄️✨ (@SimplyDell) reported from Inglewood, California

    I’ve been a G on Twitter. Tweeting tweets in my Marketing class on AOL’s page. Basically that was the only way to access Twitte, because those websites were blocked on our schools WiFi network. #Memories

  • DavidAcuff David Acuff (@DavidAcuff) reported from Burbank, California

    Sarah Connor never could have foreseen that during the height of voting season, most people would gladly sign up for Skynet rule like it was AOL in the 90s!

  • blakestilwell Blake Stilwell (@blakestilwell) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @Ask_Spectrum me and a few million people in LA are having internet issues because your service is trash. You can help me by going back in time to prevent me from ever choosing Spectrum. Say what you want about AOL in the 90s - dial up was more reliable than @GetSpectrum.

  • seeohellee Cole (@seeohellee) reported from Los Angeles, California

    “It’s really annoying that flirting through text really hasn’t changed since the days of AOL Instant Messenger. And I’m still bad at it.”

  • NEDARBNAGROM ned (@NEDARBNAGROM) reported from Los Angeles, California

    i miss AIM/AOL that shit was so tight y’all younger fools missed tf out smh

  • jhamby Jake Hamby (@jhamby) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @nuttycom @ZanVetter @natepatrin @BobbyBigWheel Another thing people younger than us might not remember is paying a monthly subscription fee for a commercial online service like CompuServe (pricey), GEnie (good multiplayer games), Delphi (cheap Internet, good forums), Q-Link (which became AOL), Prodigy, etc..

  • el_duderino8184 The Dude (@el_duderino8184) reported from Los Angeles, California

    I wonder what his AOL login name was

  • jamesjgutierrez James J. Gutierrez (@jamesjgutierrez) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @thehill Dude, it was 1998, i was still on AOL, it was the dark ages. We didnt know that Doctors weren't supposed to jack you off. But now we know. Our bad.

  • Fuckkfaces Sergio (@Fuckkfaces) reported from Los Angeles, California

    I remember my Tia could never call anyone cuz my prima was always on the AOL messenger hahahahah

  • dances Trust The Process BUl (@dances) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @shomipatwary the funny thing about this is the internet u used back then is not the teens internet the way they use it is like people who never left the aol rooms and channels

  • allexxizs Alexis (@allexxizs) reported from Pico Rivera, California

    We all talk this shit about dating apps but “You’ve got Mail” is literally about a romance from an AOL chat room. Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan seem to be pretty content

  • WilliamMcK25thP William McK For Trump ???? (@WilliamMcK25thP) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @sherrybb @RepMarkMeadows @CongressmanHice @RepTomGarrett @RepLeeZeldin @WarrenDavidson @RepAndyBiggsAZ @RepGosar @replouiegohmert I always see the the sender and the address. I’ve never had to set it up, it’s always been automatic for me. I’ve used AOL, ICloud, GMail and they all were automatic set ups for me. You can change it to show this info.

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

  • adamharkins Harkins the herald angels sing (@adamharkins) reported

    It has since largely done itself little service. I still believe the platonic ideal here is better than most alternatives. FB still seems like a 15% better AOL

  • YDSA_ECU YDSA at ECU (@YDSA_ECU) reported

    @_Credible_Hulk >implying aol isn't the glorious email service of the vanguard

  • beardedlegend bearded legend (@beardedlegend) reported

    I really do miss the days when going on the internet was like a whole event. Getting on AOL for an hour (if even) so you didn't hold the phone line up too long, eager to hear that "you've got mail" notification to see what friend or crush from school sent you some dumbass shit

  • BickleKun Bickle bork (@BickleKun) reported

    @XboxQwik AppleTV will only succeed due to captive audience. The excl content is awful. Disney will succeed because it’s Disney and now owns 1/2 of Hollywood. Mark my words, t AT&T WB buy will go abt as well as the AOL merger. They’re destroying HBO creative, and it’s already imploding

  • AdriftSWVA Continuum (@AdriftSWVA) reported

    @AOL is aol mail down, it says my account is deactivated due to inactivity but I've been in it today.

  • Yami_sha1 Yasmeen ✨🌹 ياسمين (@Yami_sha1) reported

    @skylineghosts I NEVER HEARD ABOUT THAT I just looked it up and I... I'm very excited if this happens. It's Inti Creates... If Grezzo gets to make an LA remake, Inti Creates should be able to make an AOL remake as well 😌

  • allytogoodimage Patience (@allytogoodimage) reported

    @fenmori Some /vr/ guys and I tried to make one a few years ago. It was gonna have a Kid Dracula review, kusoge ("shit games") section, an old Commodore64 WW2 Bomber micromanagement game, and a subversive review of Zelda AoL. Sadly it folded over disagreements on direction/audience.

  • livewire3791 🇨🇦Canadian Eh!🇨🇦 (@livewire3791) reported

    @JeannieG40 I heard all they have down there is dialup and aol instant messenger

  • PollyandAndy Polly & Andy (@PollyandAndy) reported

    @MrsDeise 390!!! Holy shit. Orla did we work with him in AOL. I’m convinced of it.