- Atlantic.Net Introduces New Feature to Internet Access Service;
Media Contact: Doreen Sabina
Phone: (904) 249-3946
FL Atlantic.Net, one of Floridas fastest-growing companies,
today announced it has added a new feature to its Internet access
service Web Mail. The new feature allows members to access
and manage their Atlantic.Net e-mail accounts using any Internet-connected
computer anywhere in the world. To access e-mail from anywhere,
members simply enter their user name and password at Atlantic.Nets
new WebMail Web site, http://webmail.atlantic.net.
this new feature, Atlantic.Net has taken a big step toward establishing
a national presence," said Brian Bess, marketing director for
Atlantic.Net. "Our members now have a free, secure connection
to their Atlantic.Net e-mail no matter where they are or how they
are connected to the Internet. This is great news for our subscribers."
members get fast, reliable Internet connections and access to toll-free
technical support seven days a week, starting at $9.95 per month.
56K access is standard with all accounts, but the service is also
compatible with 14.4Kbps, 28.8/33.6Kbps modems as well as 64Kbps
ISDN terminal adapters. 128Kbps ISDN is available for an additional
monthly fee. Atlantic.Net also offers high-speed dedicated access,
Web hosting and Web design services for businesses. To learn more
about Atlantic.Net's complete line of services, call 1-800-422-2936
or visit the corporate Web site at http://www.atlantic.net
Atlantic.Net was founded in 1994 by two University of Florida students,
Marty Puranik and Jose Sanchez, who started the company by selling
computers. After being denied Internet access through the university
in 1995, Puranik and Sanchez launched one of the first commercial
Internet services in Florida, serving Gainesville and Ocala. Since
then, the company has been rapidly expanding its coverage areas,
acquiring smaller access providers and enhancing its service offerings.
The company now has 22,000 subscribers in 40 locations statewide.
For more company information, check out http://newsroom.atlantic.net.