AOL Outage in Millbrae, San Mateo County, 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.

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AOL Outage Map Near Millbrae, San Mateo County, California

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AOL Issues Reports Near Millbrae, California

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Millbrae and nearby locations:
  • espi espi (@espi) reported from San Francisco, California

    I tried to customize my Slack color scheme and it’s nothing short of appalling. Come to think of it, I never really was good at AOL color profiles, either.

  • ghiamia73 melania’s motherboard (@ghiamia73) reported from Oakland, California

    @StephenGlahn @AOL And Capitol police didn’t do shit

  • pkellner pkellner (@pkellner) reported from San Francisco, California

    @julielerman @AOL My dad asked me once why his computer was so slow. He said he had bought some software from Nigeria for a great deal that was suppose to speed it up.

  • rod4p Paul Rodriguez (@rod4p) reported from San Francisco, California

    @AOL I feel bad for her. This guy wanted to cheat on his wife [ she didn't know he was married ] Then wanted to get rid of the problem when he was to dumb to use protection. 😐

  • rod4p Paul Rodriguez (@rod4p) reported from San Francisco, California

    @AOL I agree. The problem is a lot of people either can't afford or have no room to store clothes. Very sad.😐

  • rod4p Paul Rodriguez (@rod4p) reported from San Francisco, California

    @AOL Poor lady she tried to help. Maybe if she would have helped the student pay they would have left her alone. Very sad.🙁

  • rod4p Paul Rodriguez (@rod4p) reported from San Francisco, California

    @AOL That's really sad. poor girl.🙁

  • rod4p Paul Rodriguez (@rod4p) reported from San Francisco, California

    @AOL poor guy. He's a nice person.🙁

  • thetylerhayes Tyler Hayes 🍩 bring donuts (@thetylerhayes) reported from San Francisco, California

    @joshelman AOL was a literal life changer for me. That dial up sound may be awful but even to this day it makes me want to go back a little

  • davidbyttow David Byttow (@davidbyttow) reported from San Francisco, California

    My mom controlled our AOL account when I was about 13 and would come into my room to sign me in. So, I created an entirely fake AOL login flow in Visual Basic and had her sign me in once to capture the password. Old school phishing.

  • jmergy Jonathan Mergy (@jmergy) reported from San Francisco, California

    An AOL email address was such a bad vibe in the 90s. You have no idea. #ValleyoftheBoom

  • gatsbysghost Scott Reu (@gatsbysghost) reported from San Francisco, California

    One day, AOL will shut down its mail servers. And then all of the Boomers’ childrens will have to answer The Call.

  • sihowell09 Sihowell09 (@sihowell09) reported from Redwood City, California

    @Xfinity low point of 3.9Mbs download tonight. Buffering of >30s for streaming TV. Not bad; AOL download speeds for $200 a month.

  • CalJake03 Louis A. Jacobs (@CalJake03) reported from Oakland, California

    AOL down in Oakland too; dictatorial suppression

  • JoshRotter JoshRotter? (@JoshRotter) reported from San Francisco, California

    @AOL Twitter needs to slow its roll! This cannot happen! I know she needs a new job after the shoe line went bust, but still...

  • obra Jesse Vincent (@obra) reported from Oakland, California

    @tomcoates Unless you have an issue with the server or the server admin, where you have your account should not matter in a federated system. The parallel is ‘most of my friends use hotmail. should I ditch AOL?’

  • MarcusTuck Captain Marvel (@MarcusTuck) reported from San Francisco, California

    I have a problem. So like every child of the 90’s I had dial up AOL. I have the most embarrassing screenname but I still use it. Now I’m locked out of it and can’t access it. @AOL has been zero help. First they said my name wasn’t the name on the account.

  • MarcusTuck Captain Marvel (@MarcusTuck) reported from San Francisco, California

    So I’ve had @aol since 1995ish. My email seems to be not working and I can’t log in because my recovery phone number is over 10 years old and I no longer have that number. Someone help!!!!!

  • 128hoursperweek Mark Kim (@128hoursperweek) reported from San Francisco, California

    @jasonlk @AV_Newswire Also at last count, around 2 million that pay for AOL dial-up service at $20/month.

  • yasSF Yasmine Scallan (@yasSF) reported from San Francisco, California

    @AOL, it is impossible to get any help! If you try to get help from them all you get some tech companies in India or wherever not AOL! What is going on! Time to give up on AOL and switch!

  • pandemona Sara Haider ? (@pandemona) reported from San Francisco, California

    @crecenteb circa 1995, played a MUD that was available on AOL called Federation Space Fantasy game (Fed). At that time I had played countless hours of nintendo games, but this was different. I'll never forget nor be able to recreate that time.

AOL Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • gotupeged Dianna (@gotupeged) reported

    Hey, @AOL way to go on losing customers, extortion of money to do a simple password reset. That is really low. No customer service.

  • chasemalik96 Chase🌙🤘🏼 (@chasemalik96) reported

    ******* like this or not at aol

  • Trinity77135989 Past 25 and still alive! 🇺🇸 #ADOS (@Trinity77135989) reported

    @godisyougodisme @oldandloaded Ditto, but I always went to the exact same AOL chatroom where people would role play as super heroes,x men characters,comic book characters, etc I thank god I never ran into a ********* though the horror stories I have read on reddit are crazy.

  • moneytrigz MoneyTrigz (@moneytrigz) reported

    @CNBC @CNBCMakeIt oops wrong comparison, might be better to compare bitcoin to TCP/IP = internet (opensource protocol) vs AOL (private owned company network) so this wealth manager might need some informing on comparison or what bitcoin is. "blockchain" doesnt make it valuable, lmfao

  • thenewdarling luke (@thenewdarling) reported

    @tastywerewolf Ye I’m very aware MSN was so of its time that I go to type it and realise shit no one will know that And Americans never even had MSN, who knows what the AOL shortcuts were

  • jc59049 Eric (@jc59049) reported

    @EBischoff you think that the WWE will ever thank AOL for handcuffing WCW and handing it to them on a silver platter everyone knows that WCW would still be in business and the industry would be better off sorry watching the WWE Network and they are so out of touch jmo.

  • W3ARDstroke5 W3ARD 🛰️ (@W3ARDstroke5) reported

    @sparky_husky @W7QL @WY7AA @twjones85 I don’t even know you’re dang call. Get a freaking twitter handle with some context. I suck at this and need all the help I can get. This isn’t AOL instant messenger bro.

  • Chrysthepirate C H R Y S T A L (@Chrysthepirate) reported

    I just watched them in four pixels and AOL Music audio for 15 minutes and I’m happier than a pig in shit. #BTSxJingleBall

  • stoolth ConnectFour (@stoolth) reported

    @swedishbotmafia @WiseOldTexan @DevinCow @EarthLink @AOL I think earthlink@was before aol. I was a mindspeing customer and got bought up by EarthLink.

  • Z_Indy Z-Train (@Z_Indy) reported

    @chikago12 It was ridiculous. I don’t know how they got away with it. They sent out millions of Cd-rom’s with AOL software and a month of free Internet access (back when that was a big deal) so everyone signed up, but then you’d be trapped. No way to cancel online. Only phone.