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Dial-up internet discontinued

In November 2020, AT&T Dial-up Internet service will be discontinued and will no longer work. Find out how to get ready.


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Dial-up service retired

Between November 1 and November 30, 2020, we’ll end our Dial-up internet service. This means you won’t be able to access our dial-up network.

If you’d like to keep internet at your location, it’s important for you to change your service now.

If you live in one of our broadband service areas, you may be eligible for one of the other internet options we offer. These include wireless broadband and Fiber. Explore availability and our plans

If you’d like to keep dial-up internet service, you’ll have to check with other providers to see if it’s available in your area. 
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Email access

We know your email is important, and you’ll still have access to the e-mail address that came with your AT&T Dial-Up account at currently.com (formerly att.net).

To be safe, we suggest you do a few things so you have recovery methods if you misplace your sign-in info.


Review your account profile  

Make sure we have your most up-to-date info.

  1. Sign in to att.com/myatt with your email address and password.
  2. Select Profile or your name.
  3. Choose Account Profile and then one of these options:
  4. To update your security questions, choose Sign-in Info and select Change Security Question.
  5. To update your contact info, return to your Account Profile and choose Contact Info.
  6. To enter a recovery mobile, choose the Phone tab and then select Edit. Make sure you enter a mobile number we can send info about resetting your password.
  7. To enter an alternate email, select the Email tab and then choose Edit for AT&T Access ID email, to input an alternate email so we can send info about resetting your password.

Create or update security info

Check your security questions and answers to make sure you can always access your email. We use this info to help reset your password in case you lose it. You can also set a mobile recovery number or alternate email where we can reach you.
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Email support

Once we turn off dial-up service, you can still find help for your email. Here are some links to save:

AT&T email support – Find answers to common email questions and problems.

Check your email  - Learn ways to get your AT&T email.

Reset your password – Lose your email password? We can help you reset it.
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