If you believe your account has been compromised , immediately change your password
Here's what you need to know We send a notification regarding the security of your account when changes are made to your account, when our security system has been alerted that your account may have been compromised or when you or someone is trying to access the account from a different location, computer, mobile device, or ISP which the account is usually accessed from.
Learn to resolve password and sign in problems that may occur while importing contacts into your Yahoo account from: A third party account or service Another Yahoo account
This article provides information on how to contact Telecom NZ customer service for questions related to password or login issues, abuse complaints or billing issues with @Xtra.co.nz accounts . Telecom NZ and Yahoo are committed to providing fast, efficient support for our customers. In order to get a new password or for any login issues, you will need to refer to the Forgot Xtra Password page.
Don't be alarmed! Yahoo recently sent an email to everyone without a mobile phone number on their account asking them to add one. Adding your mobile number to your account could save a lot of time and frustration later on because it provides you with:
Learn why Yahoo prompts users to add a mobile phone number or alternate email address to their Yahoo account .
Always assume that any unsolicited message asking for your Yahoo ID and password, security key, or other sensitive information is part of a scam to gain unauthorized access to your account . We suggest you review the following information if you got an email like this recently and don't know what to do next.