AOL is a web-based mail for fast downloading and providing versatile trending videos. As a long-time AOL user, you can face severe issues with your AOL mail account. Many times, you can see that your AOL Mail account is not working and then without reactivating or deleting permanently, you can’t fix it. Due to some minor or severe technical glitches, you won’t able to open or work with AOL. However, our article will help you get rid of the AOL mail glitches and give you a brief idea on how to Delete AOL Account efficiently.
Major AOL Mail Issues
You may face numerous problems with your AOL account. Therefore, you are compelled to delete AOL Account. However, we have analyzed some of the critical issues which are responsible for creating the problems in AOL mail access.
- While you are trying to open your AOL account, you may encounter the login issue due to enter a wrong ID or password. Therefore, your device will show an unexpected error, “Invalid Username or password! Try Again”.
- Many times, you won’t be able to send email to others. Primarily, this problem arises while you try to send emails to multiple recipients simultaneously. Thus, your email account becomes unresponsive. It may happen due to the use of an outdated browser.
- Again, you will find that the emails with simple text are outgoing easily, but are unable to send any attachment or any image files. Furthermore, you may be stuck at the time of transferring a large size file. Therefore, your device displays, “Failed to send! try again later”.
How To Delete AOL Account -A Few Steps
Tap one of the browsers (Google Chrome/Safari/Mozilla Firefox) and go to the AOL website. Here, you have to sign in the account with a proper username and password to disable the subscription.
After that, tap on the link, “Manage My Subscriptions” and wait to load the subscription details and click the option, “Cancel Subscription” under it. Next, you have to choose a valid reason among all the possible reasons for deactivating your account.
Finally, you will get the warning message regarding the cancellation of the AOL services. Now, again try to sign in the AOL account to confirm about the account deletion.
This process can be used to remove the AOL account permanently. If you want to deactivate it temporarily and also re-activate it, you can follow the procedure below.
Reactivate New Plan
If you are a premium plan subscriber and still you are encountering the issues with the AOL mail access, a better approach is to delete the account and re-activate it.
Again, open the AOL Offical site by using the Google Chrome/ Mozilla/Safari. Here, you will get the tab, “My services.” Under this tab, you have to choose the option, “Subscription” and click on “Manage” to modify the plan.
After that, to cancel the subscription, you have to click on “Cancel” and “Cancel Billing” respectively. Now, select a new plan which you would like to switch and proceed it by tapping the button, “Change Plan.” Here, you need to select a plan and tap on “OK” to confirm the reactivate process.
If you want to cancel the existing plan or delete AOL Account, then don’t forget to cancel the billing process.
If you are a user of any current premium plans, then take separate bills for different plans.
We hope, the above methods and the essential steps will help you to remove the AOL issue and reactivate AOL Account easily.
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