Talk:AT&T Internet Services

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Cleanup[edit]

Considering the data providers that do business under the AT&T Internet Services name, they are wikilinked to articles that might as well be merged into this article since they are so short. ATTIS also provides legacy service under the Prodigy name, but Prodigy, as it right now, is not a company that does business as ATTIS. It may also be worth mentioning SBC Advanced Solutions, Inc. (ASI) as they do all the physical work in getting the phone companies (e.g. Pacific Bell Telephone Company) connected with the data providers (Pacific Bell Internet Services). Appropriate merge and expansion of the article is needed. --Geopgeop (T) 08:04, 13 November 2007 (UTC)

"AT&T Yahoo! (service name)" renaming to "AT&T (service name) powered by Yahoo!"[edit]

Or something along those lines. See http://worldnet.att.net/features/faq040108.html. --Geopgeop (T) 19:27, 10 April 2008 (UTC)

Merger proposal[edit]

I propose that AT&T Worldnet be merged into AT&T Internet Services. Both articles cover the same subject manner. In fact, AT&T Internet Services now owns the functionality that AT&T Worldnet once had. Ultimately, I propose that the information from AT&T Worldnet be merged into AT&T Internet Services as its own section to reflect its history. Steel1943 (talk) 01:36, 9 August 2012 (UTC)