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I've read verizon is getting out of the email business. Such a message comes up fleetingly when I open verizon-then disappears. Can't read it-it disappears so fast. What is the scoop?
Read this Forum posting.
initiate migration to AOL Mail?
I live in Westchester County, New York. Can you please let me know when this area is scheduled to migrate over to the AOL email system?
I've just received an email that looks like it's from Verizon, saying that it's going to end all verizon.net email by early April, and we have a couple of options that we have to click through to. Anyone else seen this? I assume it's scam?
Please read this its legitimate
Frequently asked questions
Frequently asked questions
We have decided to close down our email business. We will let you know when it's time to choose how to handle your email account going forward via email. In addition, you'll see a message from us when you log into your email from webmail.verizon.com indicating “Email service notice”. Click on “Keep verizon.net email address” or “Try any other email provider” to complete the setup.
Just recieved an e-mail stating Verizon is closing there e-mail service, is this true, if so it's just another way to screw people up..I've never had access to AOL and really don't know how to get to it..
--Verizon could have least given us Customers the consideration to inform us that THEY NOW OWN AOL, before springing the news that they we no longer could use their email service. At least we would have known that using this "NEW" Email Provider was STILL Verizon. This would have saved us Customers a lot of Angst scrambling to look for an alternatative, when unfamiliar with switching to a new email service . Not everyone keeps up with Corporate Buyouts!
Veriizon is ripping off all customers by eliminating their email service. This was included in the expensive monthly charges... A defacto rate increase. Plus, customers will face the prospect of having to shift to AOL soon enough, causing an enormous waste of time. If Verizon is going to degrade its service, the least it can do is reduce what they are charging their customers.