I have found threads on a similar topic but nothing that is exactly to same as my situation. Apologies if this has been covered elsewhere.
I am in the UK but have been an AOL users since before 1996 when it was still called "America Online". I have moved to broadband but not wireless. My email addresses have always been email@example.com and not @aol.co.uk. Over recent years the service has deteriorated considerably - made worse by TalkTalk not understanding the service I was receiving from AOL such as free webspace that has just disappeared - and I have only stuck with it because it is so cheap.
I am now switching to a tablet and moving to another broadband supplier but really would like to keep my aol email addresses without paying for them.
I was interest to read posts saying that, although I now make my payments to TalkTalk the email adresses, usernames, etc are still owned by AOL Inc.
Does this really mean that I can cancel my contract and my email adresses will continue free of charge?
Thanks for any help you can give as I am not convinced that TalkTalk will even understand my question.