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When switching from paid aol to free aol do I get to keep my stored emails and favorites?

When switching from paid aol to free aol do you get to keep your stored emails and favorites that you currently have?  Or is all deleted and started over?

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You should be able to keep your stored AOL emails and favorites. To be on the safe side, I'd suggest contacting the AOL customer service and asking them. Best of luck.

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