contact AOL support ? how

  p;3 19:38 06 Jun 05
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bearing in mind that I am not with AOL; can some one advise how I contact "AOL support " please; preferably a web site I can access or a mail address?

  Graham ® 19:40 06 Jun 05
  p;3 21:36 06 Jun 05

so much for that idea;one mail already returned and it seems I need to be signed into AOL which I will not:((

and of course I am going to phone them and sit up for the rest of the night waiting for a reply:)

  Graham ® 22:16 06 Jun 05

You seem to be anti-AOL. Why on earth do you ask how to contact them and then poo-poo the information provided?

  pj123 22:19 06 Jun 05

AOL have a freephone number and everytime I have rung them it is answered fairly quickly. Perhaps because they are paying for the call.

Try 0800 376 7444 or 0800 279 1234

  pj123 22:26 06 Jun 05

Agree with Graham ®. If you are not with AOL and never will be why do you want to contact their support desk? I am on NTL Broadband but I still have an AOL dialup account. AOL have never caused me any problems and their helpdesk has been very supportive.

  p;3 22:33 06 Jun 05

I may try the phone numbers; someone has asked me if I can contact AOL about mails being blocked; it may be that I can get no further with this, but I thought I would at least make the effort:)

  CurlyWhirly 22:34 06 Jun 05

I think I know *why* you want to contact AOL but to be honest as you are not with them they probably wouldn't want to speak to you.
This is the case with most ISP's I think.

  p;3 22:39 06 Jun 05

see my thread on A2 forum;:))

  CurlyWhirly 22:46 06 Jun 05

I will do that! ;0)

  pj123 23:09 06 Jun 05

As CurlyWhirly points out they may not speak to you if you don't have an account with them. But, and there's always a but, every time I have rung them they have only asked for my Screen Name. So if you know your "someone" screen name you may be OK.

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