Can I keep my BT internet email address?

Can I keep my email address if I leave BT? You can still access your BT email address for 60 days after you switch to a new broadband provider. After that, you’ll have to subscribe to BTs Premium Mail service to retain access.

Can you change Internet provider and keep your email address?

A: Unfortunately, when you change service providers, you cannot take your email address with you. Only the ISP could do that since they own the email servers, and it doesn’t make good business sense to help people leave their service. The smartest thing to do is get an email account that will move with you.

How do I keep my BT email active?

To keep your email address active, you’ll need to regularly log in via, or by using a computer program or mobile device. If you use a computer program or mobile device, it’s important to make sure you’re using the correct email settings. Using the wrong settings could result in your email being deleted.

How do I transfer my BT email to Gmail?

Just follow the mentioned steps:

  1. Download the tool and select BT Mail as the email source. Enter the BT Mail account credentials email address and password.
  2. Select the contacts folder you want to export into the Gmail account.
  3. Select CSV as the Saving option. Choose the Destination Path and click on the Backup button.

Do I lose my BT email address if I leave BT?

If you close your BT email, on your broadband end date: You’ll have 60 days to upgrade to Premium email via My BT. If you don’t upgrade to Premium email, after 60 days all of the email addresses linked to your BT ID will be deleted.

What happens to my Btinternet email address if I leave BT?

Good news – you can keep your BT ( email address when you cancel BT broadband. Any additional email addresses linked to your account will be transferred across to the new service too, so you won’t lose a thing.

Is BT closing old email accounts?

We’re closing some of our older email services. That means your BT email address will stop working after 7th April 2018, unless you add it to your BT Broadband account. If you don’t do that, you’ll lose your email address as well as the folders and messages associated with it.

How do I change my email address but keep the same email address?

Here’s how to do it:

  1. Open Gmail and click the gear icon.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Select the “Forwarding and POP/IMAP” tab.
  4. Click on “Add a forwarding address”
  5. Enter your new email address.
  6. You’ll get a verification email at your new email address, click that verification link.

What happens to my BTinternet email address if I leave BT?

What happens to my BT email address if I leave BT?

Will I lose my BT email if I leave BT?

What happens if I close my BT email? You or any of the users linked to your account can link your email address to another BT Broadband account at any time. Until your broadband ends, you’ll still be able to use your email.

What happens to my BT email account if I leave BT?

Can You Keep your email address if you cancel BT Broadband?

Good news – you can keep your BT ( email address when you cancel BT broadband. To do so, you’ll need to sign up to BT Premium Mail. This has the same functionality as your old BT Mail account, though it will cost you a fee each month to keep it going.

How to manage your BT account with email?

Please try again. To manage your account, view your bill or access other BT services, you need to login using your BT ID. Sign in BT ID or Email address Please enter your email address Password ShowPlease enter your password

How can I switch broadband and keep my email address?

Most broadband companies will let you switch and keep your email address, although some may charge you a fee for doing so. We’ll run you through the various companies and what you need to know if you’re switching account. I have BT broadband, will I lose BT Mail? When you switch from BT broadband, BT will keep your BT Mail account live for 60 days.

Where do I Find my BT email address?

Email Login Page If youre using an internet browser(like Internet Explorer or Google Chrome) You may be using an old link, to view your email please go to