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Got your email @KING.NET? Please go to http://mail.king.net to login to your email address, password and your pin. For your email security, it is highly recommended that you enable the Two-Factor Authentication to access your email.
Your email is accessible using the following:
  • Any modern internet browser e.g. Internet Explorer (IE), Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari and others.
  • Smart Phones e.g. iPhone, Android, etc.
Examples of Email Addresses to register: Please note email address @KING.NET is a premium identity for very important person like yourself. You can only get your own email @KING.NEt here. Some example of premium email address using @KING.NET
  • Saudi@King.net
  • Charles@King.net
  • Royal@King.net
  • James@King.net
  • Peter@King.net
  • and of course your own Name@KING.NET

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