What does SBCGlobal stand for?
SBCGlobal.net is used as a domain name by many email addresses and the firm, SBC Communications (formerly Southwestern Bell Corporation) have initially issued these email addresses. Later in 2005, it was acquired by AT &T and since then is known as the latter. The people who had email accounts with SBC communications before its merger with AT&T; still have their domain names as SBCglobal.net only; Although these are run by AT&T now. So, these old accounts can be accessed as other AT&T account with old domain names.
Yahoo provided AT&T email service with domain name att.net. However, recently AT&T’s rival Verizon bought Yahoo services, and both have distanced themselves from each other. Hence, the users who have email addresses with the domain name of SBCglobal.net or SBCglobalatt.net; have a problem signing in with this account through Yahoo.
How to access SBCGlobal.net Email
You can log in to the email with SBCGlobal.net domain name via the yahoo login page. However, if you have cancelled the internet services with AT&T, then you might face problems signing in with old sbcglobal.net domain name.
Firstly, to log in one has to visit yahoo mail att.net login page. Next you have to enter the email login credentials and password and tap the enter key. Assuming everything is correct you will go to your account. If there is a problem signing in then, the computer screen will display an error message. If the issue is with the password, i.e. if the password is wrong then one can enter the answer of the security question set initially and can continue. Then you’ll be able to login with the reset password.
However, the problem emerges when the user is not able to login to his SBCglobal.net account with correct credentials. In that case, the email account is shown suspended. Although the option to create a new Yahoo email account is displayed on the screen in which one can transfer the information of old SBCglobal email account, the users have already been frustrated and not satisfied as they do not want to lose their old email account information and emails. They have their security concerns in changing to a new Yahoo account from old SBCglobal account which has been suspended.
The users who are facing this problem in logging into their old account are those who have deactivated the internet services of AT&T without demerging or separating the old account from the AT&T DSL service. Those who have not canceled the AT&T services are not facing the problem signing in with old account. Also, the users who have separated their SBCglobal.net account from AT&T services before unsubscribing from their services will not face any problem signing into their old account.