Blizzard Customer Service <email@example.com>
11:13 AM (19 minutes ago)
According to our records, a Dial-In Authenticator is currently in use on the Battle.net Account associated with this email address.
After reviewing our Battle.net security offerings, we have decided to simplify them while keeping the most effective and comprehensive protection available for players. As the Dial-In Authenticator only offers protection for World of Warcraft, we are removing it as a future security option. The Dial-In Authenticator will be removed from your account the week of April 22nd, 2013.
We encourage you to explore our alternative security options:
Battle.net Mobile Authenticator http://battle.net/support/article/100588
Battle.net Authenticator http://battle.net/support/article/200780
We currently offer an additional layer of security management with Battle.net SMS Protect. The Battle.net SMS Protect service will generate and send informational text messages to your mobile device every time suspicious activity is detected, or if important changes are made on your account.
Battle.net SMS Protect will allow you to:
•Unlock your Battle.net account using your mobile phone
•Remove an unwanted Battle.net Authenticator from your account
•Recover your Battle.net account name
•Reset your Battle.net password
More information on Battle.net SMS Protect can be found on our support site: http://battle.net/support/article/3300033
If you do not have the ability to add a Mobile Authenticator, please submit a ticket https://battle.net/support/ticket/submit and let us know, so we may look into assisting you further.
As always, be sure to keep your computer and Battle.net Account as secure as possible. Please review our Account and Computer Security article http://battle.net/support/article/300606 for more information on computer updates, web browsing safety, and email security.
I only used it for D3