AT&T Internet Services
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- Ameritech Interactive Media Services
- Pacific Bell Internet Services (Pacific Bell and Nevada Bell)
- SNET Diversified Group
- Southwestern Bell Internet Services
- AT&T Worldnet
- BellSouth Telecommunications
- AT&T has officially started assigning the att.net domain and AT&T Yahoo! Internet service in the AT&T Southeast (BellSouth Telecommunications) Region.
E-mail addresses from these companies typically end in "att.net", with older addresses retaining, respectively:
The AT&T Yahoo! high-speed service is only offered to customers who receive telephone service from AT&T in the former SBC service areas. Customers of the former BellSouth will still be provided broadband under the FastAccess DSL service during AT&T's integration of BellSouth.
From 2003 to January 1, 2006, the ISP was known as SBC Yahoo!; due to the SBC and AT&T merger, its name was changed.
Other ISPs owned by AT&T include Prodigy, whose customers were urged to migrate to the SBC Yahoo! service, and AT&T WorldNet, which still exists after the SBC/AT&T merger to serve customers not in SBC's existing service areas. AT&T also used to provide broadband Internet through cable under its AT&T Broadband division; that division was sold to Comcast in 2002.
Yahoo! also provides Internet service with other companies besides AT&T, such as Verizon and Rogers Communications in Canada as Verizon Yahoo! and Rogers Yahoo!, with BT Yahoo! in the UK for BT Group respectively.
As of April 2008 the partnership between AT&T and Yahoo! has ended (for new customers?). The new term for the former AT&T Yahoo! Internet is AT&T High Speed Internet.