Originally known as Quantum Computer Services, Quantum Link, or Q-Link, AOL (America Online) was co-founded by Steve Case in 1985. It is one of the most iconic ISPs (Internet service providers) in the history of the web.
Today, AOL has shifted its focus towards content development and had acquired such online properties as TechCruch, The Huffington Post, Games.com, and many more.
|Members phone:||(888) 265-8008|
|Fax:||None or unknown|
|Website:||Official AOL website
Official WinAmp website
Official ICQ website
Official MapQuest website
|E-mail:||AOL contact page|
|Address:||America Online, Inc.
22000 AOL Way
Dulles, VA 20166
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March 1, 2008 - AOL ended support for the Netscape Internet browser.
June 13, 2001 - AOL released Netscape 6.1 beta.
May 22, 2001 - AOL raises its access rates $1.95 a month.
March 08, 2001 - AOL membership surpassed 28 million.
January 10, 2000 - AOL announced it had acquired Time Warner for $164 billion in stock and became AOL Time Warner.
December 22, 1999 - AOL bought MapQuest for 1.1 billion dollars.
June 1, 1999 - AOL purchased Nullsoft.
November 24, 1998 - AOL announced it would acquire Netscape Communications for an estimated value of $4.2 billion.
October 15, 1998 - MindSpring Enterprises, Inc. announced that it had completed the acquisition of SpryNet from America Online, Inc. Terms of the agreement include the transfer of SpryNet's subscribers, assets, and intellectual property to MindSpring. The expected sale price is between $35 million and $45 million.