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Introduction

AT&T is pleased to announce the addition of the AT&T Wi-Fi feature and the AT&T Wired Ethernet features for customers of AT&T Business Internet Services and AT&T VPN Tunneling Services. The Wi-Fi feature adds Wi-Fi connectivity to these services via Hot Spots, and the Wired Ethernet feature adds wired Ethernet connectivity to these services via Ethernet access points. AT&T is making these features available through the use of third party provider(s) in over 54 countries. The additional Wi-Fi Hot Spot and Wired Ethernet features in these countries can be accessed using the new AT&T Global Network Client Version 6.6 or later. There will be an hourly access charge for the use of Wi-Fi Hot Spots and a fixed rate charge per 24-hour period per access point for all Wired Ethernet connectivity at such access point.

"Hot Spot" refers to an 802.11 Wi-Fi platform point of presence for Wi-Fi Internet access.

AT&T Business Internet Services (BIS) Corporate Invoice Customers
As of June 30, 2005, the Wi-Fi and Wired Ethernet features are available to AT&T Business Internet Services (BIS) corporate dial customers globally. For more information, please visit the BIS Corporate Invoice Customers web site.

AT&T Business Internet Services (corporate dial) provides dial access to the Internet using selected TCP/IP protocols from personal computers or workstations with TCP/IP software.

Additional service information is available in the AT&T Business Internet Service Guide.

AT&T Business Internet Services (BIS) Credit Card Customers
As of August 1, 2006, AT&T Business Internet Services is pleased to announce that Premium Plan credit card subscribers in the U.S. will be able to access the Internet via the AT&T Wi-Fi Hot Spot footprint in the U.S.   No additional fees will apply at this time for this service enhancement. For more information, please visit the BIS Credit Card Customers web site.

Like the corporate dial service, AT&T Business Internet Services for credit card customers provides dial access to the Internet using selected TCP/IP protocols from personal computers or workstations with TCP/IP software.

Additional service information is available in the AT&T Business Internet Service Guide.

AT&T VPN Tunneling Service (AVTS) and AT&T Network-based IP VPN Remote Access (ANIRA) Customers
As of June 30, 2005, the Wi-Fi and Wired Ethernet features are available to AVTS and ANIRA customers globally with appropriate contract addendums in place.

AVTS and ANIRA provides users of the AT&T Global Network Client with VPN remote access to their corporate networks. For more information on Wi-Fi and Wired Ethernet, please visit the AVTS and ANIRA Customers web site.

Additional service information may be found in the service guides.

For ANIRA, see http://www.corp.att.com/abs/serviceguide/docs/ANIRA_sg.doc

For AVTS, see http://www.corp.att.com/abs/serviceguide/docs/vpnts_sg.doc






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