Sign up for Free Email from ATT.net Online
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AT&T’s online internet services division, ATT.net offers its customers a special service that allows them to sign up for a free email account. As long as the customer’s computer has an IP address based in the United States, he or she can get a free email account from ATT.net. This service was previously called SBCglobal, formed out of a merger between AT&T and Yahoo.

Everyone needs an email address to keep in touch with friends, family and co-workers. By signing up for a free email account from ATT.net online, you will be getting a terrific email service that includes chat, text messages to mobile devices, free e-cards and more. Signing up is easy to do and the whole thing is completely free of charge.

About AT&T

AT&T is one of the world’s largest telecommunications and telephone corporations. It is the largest mobile and landline service provider in the United States and has operations in a number of countries. AT&T was founded in 1983 and has its world corporate headquarters in Dallas, Texas. The company employs over 250,000 people around the world.

How can you sign up for a free email account from ATT.net online?

  • Requirements
    1. A computer with internet access.
    2. An IP address in the United States of America.
  • Step-By-Step Guide
    1. Go to the AT&T ATT.net homepage website at related link 1 below.
    2. Click on the link in the upper right hand corner of the page that is marked “Sign Up”.
    3. Click on the button marked “Sign Up Now”.
    4. Set up your account and complete the sign up process as instructed.
    5. If you have any questions about using AT&T email or about ATT.net services, please refer to the AT&T eSupport website at related link 2 below.

Related Links

  1. AT&T ATT.net homepage website:
    http://www.sbcglobal.net
  2. AT&T Support website:
    http://www.att.com/esupport/serviceInterstitial.jsp?return-path=%2Fesupport%2Fmain.jsp%3FApp_ID%3DPBY%26App_ID%3DPBY%26memberID%3D%26cv%3D102&App_ID=PBY

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