Originally known as Quantum Computer Services, Quantum Link, or Q-Link, AOL 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 has acquired such online properties as TechCruch, The Huffington Post, Games.com, and many more.
|Members phone:||(888) 265-8008|
|Fax:||None or unknown|
|E-mail:||AOL contact page|
|Address:||America Online, Inc.
22000 AOL Way
Dulles, VA 20166
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