I'm so mad at AOL!

United States
June 16, 2007 3:36pm CST
My AOL software just crashed on me again. I was in the middle of a post and my entire AOL system went down. What is the deal with them? They charge enough money for the service. You'd think they'd provide a product that lives up to the cost. And, don't tell me their service is free. We still pay!
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@kgwat70 (13396)
• United States
25 Jun 07
I feel that Aol is the worst internet service out there . Their software has caused problems for many of my friends and family. It is always causing conflicts with other programs on the computer and the operating system. Your best bet is to get rid of AOL and try some other internet service. I got rid of AOL many years ago and never will go back to them.
@farazkh1 (1157)
• Pakistan
16 Jun 07
I am not using AOL because its not available in my country but i am using a local internet service in which this is the most common problem we facing since i have installed it .........it crashes down anytime without any notice and most of the time i had lost my written data or page with i am not familiar with while reading ........ it feels like worst when it happens so i can understand your position .......
@babostwick (2037)
• United States
16 Jun 07
Maybe it would be time to switch to another service based on the problems you seem to be receiving from them. I never had AOL and it's a shame that it seems to be like that. I agree, you'd think they'd want to provide a good service given how much it costs. I really wouldn't know but I guess it has to do with the service directly and must be issues with them. Did you try contacting them about this sort of thing?
@mirage108 (3403)
• United States
16 Jun 07
why dont you just get a broadband connection and do away with AOL I dont care for their software for browsing. I have DSL no particular software except IE7 and Firefox which does everything I need and I have Outlook for an email client along with all my webmail clients just as good if not better than AOL