Dear AT&T Internet Service Member:
In the coming months we will be making changes to our Internet service to provide you with even better and more exciting products and services. The changes are a result of efforts to streamline our Internet services across regions, taking the best aspects from each for an even better Internet experience for you.
As part of these improvements, on or about October 22, your Home Page experience will be updated with a few notable changes:
· The home page address will change from home.bellsouth.net to att.net. No action is necessary on your part to continue accessing the site. You can continue accessing the site as you do today and you’ll automatically be re-directed to the new site. (However, if you wish, you may want to update your bookmarks at that time so you can go directly to the site.)
· There will be a slight change to the way you sign-in to the site. At sign-in you will just need to select the appropriate email domain name (bellsouth.net) from a convenient drop-down menu.
And as a special note for our business customers: we will be launching a new enhanced site with a brand new look in mid-October. For a sneak preview of the new features and functionality, click here.
As well, we have recently made updates to the Service Agreement and the Acceptable Use Policy, and consolidated them across the various AT&T Internet services into one comprehensive “Terms of Service” document. If you would like to review the revised terms, you can do so at http://home.bellsouth.net/legal/tos
By continuing to use the Service, you signify your continued agreement to the terms and conditions set forth in the Terms of Service document.
Additional information on the site updates will be available soon on your home page.
Thank you for choosing AT&T. We are happy to have you as part of our online community and look forward to serving your Internet needs well into the future.
Your AT&T Internet Customer Care Team
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