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Tue, Feb 12, 2019 4:56 PM

@worldnet.att.net email addresses

Do @worldnet.att.net email addresses still work/are they still valid? I'm noticing a lot of these email addresses are coming up as invalid when trying to import them from my email marketing lists. If they are no longer valid, is there something that they all globally changed to?

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a year ago

Worldnet.att.net was a old dial-up service that is not even currently considered a att legacy account.   While att accounts are free to ex-customers, i..e, they get to keep their email accounts when they are no longer paying customers, I do not know what the rules are in your case.  Might try calling customer service (800-288-2020).  If you have to switch email addresses there are many others free or pay (IMO better) email service providers to choose from.

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a year ago

Regardless of the method for dialing into "worldnet",  the ****.worldnet .att.net email accounts should be valid no matter what.   I still get emails in my Inbox to this address which I thought was a synonym of my ****.att.net.    HOWEVER,  I can no longer login to this address as it is "not valid".  This makes it impossible to manage other accounts that have this as an ID.   If anyone can help/advise, please...

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But I was still charged 19.95 a month for internet email after I changed over to att.net and after I questioned the charge, I lost my email account as well as all my information. I got a raw deal from att.

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