When I move, my email address has to change, right?

Belmont Citizen-Herald – Lexington,MA,USA
Whether you’re moving to a new town or getting a better deal, if you change Internet Service Providers (the company that you pay each month to provide you with your internet connection), don’t also change your e-mail address without considering all of your options.
That ‘free’ email address may not be worth it

When you move to a new Internet Service Provider (ISP) such as Verizon, Comcast, Earthlink, etc., they typically give you at least one free e-mail account as part of the package. There is no obligation to use this free account, and in many cases I advise my clients not to use it at all.

When you change ISPs, you might think that:

· You have to stop using your old e-mail address at your old ISP.

· You have to start using your new e-mail address at your new ISP.

It turns out that most of the time neither of these statements is entirely true. Don’t make the mistake of changing your e-mail address without considering all of your options. And there are other, even better, options.
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