We have always provided private email in part because we started our association with the internet and email as Internet Service Providers providing dial up connections to the internet before there was a Microsoft Internet Explorer, before Yahoo, before Google. I remember getting my service up and running and to promote it and get some paying users I went to the local computer club that had 35 members. I announced to the group that we now have internet access right here in our town! What is the internet!? Came the unanimous cry. I explained, you get the World Wide Web, Email and Usenet News. What’s Email!?
Start now by getting your own private, secure anonymous email account @i3.net when you click on the “Create Account” button below or the “Open an Email Account” link in the left hand column of the desktop site, fill in the email address you want as “name”@i3.net when finalized this will be your email address and your username, then type in and confirm your password, don’t forget your password, we don’t know it we can’t get it, The “Secret Question” and “Secret Answer” fields are used for verification that you are the account holder. We don’t know who you are. Click on submit and you will be taken to PayPal to complete the transaction. if you get an error correct it and click submit again. A username that is already in use will give an error they are checked in real time, enter your next choice and click submit. You will be charged $30.00 for one year of email service, this service will automatically renew each year until you unsubscribe through PayPal.
After completing payment you will get a message to return to merchant click on it or you will go directly to the login page at mail.i3.net, enter your (username / email address) and password click on LOGIN, if you are asked to save the login save it, and you have completed your email setup. To check your email from any device go to mail.i3.net in your web browser ad enter your email address as your username and password to login. Do not save this login if you are logging in from a device you do not own.