"Home" network usage, Switching to another network. Example: Your login is firstname.lastname@example.org you can not switch your network to email@example.com
unless you call and make arrangements to do so before 3:00 PM on the last day of the
Follow this procedure to check if a dial up
number listed will be a local call for you. Dial it with your regular phone
and listen for the modem tones. If you can dial the number as a local
call and hear the modem tones it will be a number you can use for your
local internet access.
Travel dial up Internet Access
While Traveling you can use any dial
up number listed for any city across the USA, Canada and the US Virgin islands
as long as it is listed under the same network your "Home"
access number is from.
Always check with the hotel front desk as these can be a toll call from
your room and still work like a local call. If you check with them first
they can not charge it to your room later.
It is a good idea is to call the hotel before the trip
and give them the access numbers and have them check to see if the
numbers work. You could be out of luck if you don't check this ahead of
time. You may find another hotel a few miles away that your access
numbers will work from. You will not know unless you ask ahead of time.
Note: NCW-Online is
not responsible for any toll charges accrued while accessing the
internet. You should always check with your
local phone company to be absolutely sure the access number you want to use is
not a toll call.
Need more info or have questions:
email: ncwonline at gmail.com
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