Talk:1&1 Internet

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web hosting company[edit]

Throughout the article 1&1 is described as pure web hosting company. However at least in Germany it also sells DSL contracts. (And it is one of the biggest in that field) Scindix (talk) 21:44, 4 July 2016 (UTC)

external links[edit]

The external links of the page go to a YouTube video, this needs to be fixed.

couple of issues[edit]

this page seems like its promoting 1&1 rather then describing it

also maybe get the 1&1 logo on and claim fair use? 86.30.183.33 (talk) 11:35, 16 April 2011 (UTC)

I like it! 178.128.12.64 (talk) 14:37, 4 June 2012 (UTC)
I've removed some uncited content and a reference to becoming the market leader 2A00:67A0:A:6:222:15FF:FE88:AAE2 (talk) 13:27, 20 May 2014 (UTC)

a German company that is supporting attacks on USA iPhones / tmobile phones[edit]

1and1.com is a german company registered with usa go-daddy, who is investigating this complaint

1and1.com servers host mobiledeal.mobi that allows *anonymous* users to robot-dial any cell number continously with an (unchecked) totally senseless TXT MSG for months on end. in my case, a url that leads to a google generated ad of ~25 un-related insurance companies (not even an ad, just useless)

the messages are "SMS SHORT CODE" messages - you cannot see who sent them without using special search databases. not only is using a robot to harass illegal in usa: sms short codes are designated for use of applications notifying users: which obviously is not the case here. if it were an app i could uninstall the app - which is not the case here. the long code SMS are for businesses spamming using SMS and should come along with a way for the phone recipient to find and prosecute abusers.

i send replies for the robot to stop once: all i got was the same automated message repeatedly (request to stop never seen by human - a robot)

i contacted them they said "nothing we can do - send email to security-team@1and1.com and call monday". I did send mail IT BOUNCED - it's non-existent. funny a dns serving company cant route mail to it's own email box? or is it all a facade - the company itself is bogus ?

consumeraffairs.com has a continual complaint list on this company

problem: i cannot disable this from my phone without contacting t-mobile to filter it out, or to contact mobiledeal.mobi. but i refuse to contact a company purveying flame attacks to please stop attacking - i want them shut down period, or i will retaliate legally or physically if necessary. my txt msg app (built-in to phone) cannot forward messages to tmobile security.

(that reminds me google is also a continual supporter of sending spam in the USA, %95 of all spam is from @gmail.com)

i disbelieve this company that has NO ABUSE email or support does not know about this practice of spamming USA SMS TXT on iPhones: after all ... germany has always been the chief proponent (ie novell anthem) of attacking AT&T, Verizon, Ma Bell in usa for death - has been the chief supporter of ANDROID , theft of USA UNIX source code (and perversion that versions break it's binaries and all software germany doesn't control), android releases - that are stock fund set against iPhone releases and anything USA controlled

summary: i would cut the under-sea line to some of these foreign attackers if i had the chance, all they do is release attacks on usa software, security flawed software, hack into usa servers and banks, and etc - and worse: create a time warp of totally obstructing / wasting other peoples valuable time — Preceding unsigned comment added by 72.219.207.25 (talk) 20:24, 10 December 2016 (UTC)

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