AT&T Overhauls WorldNet Service
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Anticipating a holiday rush on ISPs as more customers hook up to the Internet, AT&T WorldNet Tuesday revamped its offerings.
WorldNet, AT&T's Internet service provider, is offering new pricing options, new features and holiday incentives. New offerings include a $21.95 per month service for unlimited Internet access, six Web-based e-mail accounts, larger space for member Web sites and instant notification of e-mail.
The company also partnered with software firm Tribal Voice to offer an instant messaging service, AT&T I M Here, which allows members to chat, share files and play games with each other in real time. WorldNet members can also host a 10-person Tribal Voice community for one year, as part of the partnership.
In related news, WorldNet service has received an A+ rating from Inverse Network Technology in terms of log-in times for September to November.
"We expect that 'power' users will leave other ISPs and take advantage of our new pricing offer and other new features including the instant messaging capabilities."