Can one keep their SBCGlobal email account if they leave AT&T services?

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Mays Jacob

Are you one of those users who are wondering whether they will be able to access their SBCGlobal email account if they cancel their AT&T services? Well, then the answer to this query is yes. However, there are a few other points that one needs to keep in mind to access SBCGlobal email services without any interruption. 
 

Points to consider:

When the user cancels the AT&T services, the user still has access to the account if it is in good condition.

But, the accounts that have a credit balance might lose access to SBCGlobal email services.

Also, the user needs to disconnect their email account with AT&T or they will need to make monthly payments. 

 

Procedure to delete AT&T services and accessing SBCGlobal account

For this process, the user can either see help from SBCGlobal customer service or follow the quick instructions mentioned below:

 

Open the AT&T official page and sign-in with the member ID and password. 

Then, click on the Profile option and select the update my profile option. 

Further, under the AT&T email accounts tab, click on the account profile.

Now, click on the Delete option present next to the member ID. 

After that, the user can click on the OK button and check the status below is disabled. 

Further, the user can log in to the SBCGlobal mail and unmerge the account from AT&T. 

 

Thus, in this way, the user would still be able to access the SBCGlobal email services without any worries. Still, if the user has any queries they can feel free to contact SBCGlobal support by dialing the toll-free number or by using the email assistance option and seek required help. 
 

So, with this, the query on whether one can access SBCGlobal account services or not is resolved that would help one to manage their account accordingly.

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