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When asking someone what should I say?

Do you have an account on facebook?

Do you have an account in facebook?

I can simply ask- ''Do you have a facebook account?''
But I'm asking should I use on or in .

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  • A Facebook account
    – V.V.
    Mar 14, 2017 at 7:41

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You have accounts ON websites. This is just a convention, just as having an account WITH a bank is.

By the way, it would be "Do you have a Facebook account?". "An" is used before words which start with a vowel.

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  • Typing error...didn't double check :p
    – Nikki
    Mar 14, 2017 at 9:56
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‘Seemingly, however, this sort of thing seems to be acceptable on websites and in emails.’

The example is from Oxforddictionaries.com. The same preposition is used with "site" in the same meaning. Consider it as a surface just to memorize.

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