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AOL Outage in San Jose, Santa Clara 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 problems in the last 24 hours in San Jose, California

AOL Outage Chart in San Jose, Santa Clara County, California 04/11/2021 04:10

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Most Reported Problems:

  • E-mail 94.12% E-mail
  • Internet 3.27% Internet
  • Total Blackout 1.63% Total Blackout
  • Wi-fi .65% Wi-fi
  • TV .33% TV

AOL Outage Map Near San Jose, Santa Clara County, California

The most recent outage reports and issues originated from Milpitas, Fremont and San Jose.

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AOL Issues Reports Near San Jose, California

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in San Jose and nearby locations:
  • fvllenxangelx 𖤐 (@fvllenxangelx) reported from Fremont, California

    t-mobile and att have ****** *** service in fremont 😠 aol probably has faster data speeds.

  • SANJOSEMAILMAN SANJOSEMAILMAN (@SANJOSEMAILMAN) reported from San Jose, California

    @gweenmgwen Oh my God.....remember those days? Signing in to Aol....and waiting for a whole damn night, for a song to download!

  • meyerjr Jeff Meyer (@meyerjr) reported from Sunnyvale, California

    @harrymccracken Alas, my AOL CD just got scratched and I'm off line until they answer my support escalation call requesting a replacement.

  • mactavish mactavish 🌎 🏳️‍🌈 💙💜❤️ 🦄❄️♿ (@mactavish) reported from Fremont, California

    @hankgreen Older than you but too poor to have a computer until AOL dialup because early childhood ed professionals get paid crap

  • jeff_lamarche Jeff LaMarche (@jeff_lamarche) reported from Cupertino, California

    @octothorpe PCPursuit wasn’t shenanigans. Totally legit service that let you use TeleNet (dial up backbone used by aol and compuserve) to make outbound calls in other regions. Was like $30/month. Now you could get to places to learn about shenanigans using it…

  • seitz2all Matt Seitz (@seitz2all) reported from Milpitas, California

    @maximlott @PCivilization @PrisonPlanet The barriers to creating a web site are far lower than creating a power company. We’ve had competing social network companies for years, from AOL to MySpace to G+. Creating another WalMart would be harder, but we don’t demand they give away products for free.

AOL Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • dorsiayuppie Patrick Bateman (@dorsiayuppie) reported

    @LASurfreport @GraniteGods @ripdicktrickle While on an AOL dial up internet service.

  • karinathemom K (@karinathemom) reported

    Not me calling aol support at 2am to gain access to my old email address so I can log into MySpace

  • DavidMacLuna David MacLuna (@DavidMacLuna) reported

    I've been seeing a lot of "I'm old enough that..." here lately. Well, *I'm* old enough that I remember using dial-up AOL - and I was a Livejournal early adopter. We invented broadband cuz dinosaurs kept knocking the POTS lines down.

  • neandervariatus K - dystopia observer (@neandervariatus) reported

    @chesterBirdbath @kolsaw The old model of cable and network news is going to go the way of AOL and Blockbuster video... People are turning to sources they trust... or sources that will at least cover everything from their point of view...

  • smolswordrider 🦋 harold, they're shapeshifters 🦋 (@smolswordrider) reported

    @hornyswordgrip viki, is the best, if you don't mind ads. And also youtube iirc? I have a huge chip on my shoulder bc the netlix subtitle for aol are basically just run through google translate; it's really bad lol. hang on, lemme find u some links

  • MrGoldstein7 Goldstein (@MrGoldstein7) reported

    Reza II was not operating his own intelligence network out of his home in Virginia with “sophisticated electronics.” Were his informants emailing him secret messages from their dial-up AOL? And if any of this were true, he certainly wouldn’t let the LA Times publicize it.

  • GarionOrb James (@GarionOrb) reported

    @xeynuraf Thankfully I've never had to camp out. I did have to spend extra for a useless AOL account I didn't need or want in order to get presale tickets for Drowned World Tour...that's the about the extent of it, lol. And then there was that lottery mess with Madame X Tour...

  • UkZushi Uk zushi (@UkZushi) reported

    @CoinMarketCap Loosing my respect at the moment can you fix safemoon chart please you are supposed to be the top of the market for charts but you slacking .... You boys be the next AOL ... Poocoin be google

  • EricSanchez40 Eric (@EricSanchez40) reported

    Bet you the clown who came to “install” att fiber didn’t do jack **** 😒 Cuz this internet acting like fukin dial up aol

  • ChrisInBoston ChrisInBoston (@ChrisInBoston) reported

    @RawStory @NickHexum So good. Love seeing @NickHexum still spreading the positivity. I’ll never forget when (I’ve at least always held this story to be true) when Nick came into an AOL chat room I created in his name “The NixHex.”