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#2 Posted on 18.12.05 1148.46 Reposted on: 18.12.12 1149.23
I stopped actively using AOL in 2001, but I didnt get around to canceling it until last year. During the time I was paying for it but not actually using it, I would keep checking my AOL inbox just in case someone was still sending me stuff there. When I finally decided to pull the plug, it took me 20 minutes to cancel my AOL.
#4 Posted on 18.12.05 1252.04 Reposted on: 18.12.12 1257.48
I sometimes use AIM, but have always preferred Yahoo's Messenger instead. Only used AOL when my parents had it...for maybe 2 weeks. The best provider I've ever had is the one I have now...Verizon DSL, which just upgraded their service for Yahoo central people, by offering a lot of Yahoo's premium services as a part of the package.
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#10 Posted on 8.2.06 0211.20 Reposted on: 8.2.13 0211.47
I still use AOL, and despite being massively unhappy with it, I also think that the current version (I am using 9.0) has made quite some improvements, plus I use AOL since 1996 and I guess it just grew on me to the point of getting used to it and not wanting to change anymore.
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#14 Posted on 8.2.06 0807.44 Reposted on: 8.2.13 0807.45
What are other people's AIM habits like? I'm pretty much permanently signed on, only logging off when my internet or power go down. Really, I check my AIM messages before I check my voicemail whenever I get home.
AIM is pretty much a third phone for me (landline, cellphone...).