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Setting up your computer to connect to WVNET

Basic Configuration Information Username: Check the documentation you received when you got your account. To connect to WVNET your user id must be follwed by @wvnet. (ex: abc123@wvnet) Password: Check the documentation you received when you got your account. Phone Number(s) to connect to WVNET: 1-533-MY WVNET (for Verizon customers only) Local Access Numbers (for…

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Modem Problems?

These tips and links have proven useful in investigating problems which may be related to your modem. Please contact us if you have any questions. Busy Signals Customers receiving busy signals when dialing either the toll-free “500” number or one of the new local access numbers should report this to the WVNET Help Desk. Make…

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Dial-up Telephone Number(s) for non-Frontier customers

The new telephone number for accessing WVNET’s Internet dialup modems is a special in-state “533” toll-free number: 1-533-699-8638 (1-533-MY WVNET). Because this new, toll-free “533” number is a service of Frontier (formerly Verizon), it is not going to be recognized as toll-free if your local telephone service is through another independent provider or if you…

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Dial-Up Account Terms, Conditions & Payment Guidelines

Dial-Up Account Terms, Conditions & Payment Guidelines You should thoroughly read and understand the information on this page — the “fine print,” which spells out the rules and payment guidelines to which a WVNET account subscriber must adhere. The WVNET dialup Internet service is intended to be as cost-effective, non-bureaucratic and user-friendly as possible. It…

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General Dial-up Account Information

About our Dial-Up Internet Service   The WVNET dial-up Internet service is intended to support the missions and goals of higher education, public education, libraries, and state and local government. These missions and goals include education, research, administration, community service and economic development. The service itself emphasizes only Internet access. Actual services, such as e-mail,…

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