Search Results for: “email”

WildBlue: Final Step

Thank you for setting up your WildBlue.net account New customers: Final step If your WildBlue system was recently installed, your final step is to review and accept your customer agreement. Please do this now. Existing customers If you are an existing customer, you don't need to accept your customer agreement (you should have done this when your WildBlue system was installed). Click here to get started with your new WildBlue.net email address! Visit page now


How To Check Your Online Usage

Customers who receive their bill directly from WildBlue may review their current bandwidth usage online by doing the following: Log in to your account management page at: WildBlue Bandwidth Usage. Login with your primary wildblue.net email address and password. Enter your whole email address, including the "@wildblue.net" part. Note: If you do not have a wildblue.net email address, you will need to set up an email address here. For additional information on monitoring your usage, please read WildBlue's knowledge base ... Visit page now


Data Allowance Policy

 Frequently Asked Questions What is a Data Allowance Policy? What is the WildBlue Data Allowance Policy? WildBlue maintains a Data Allowance Policy to ensure that all WildBlue customers get a fair amount of access to the Internet over our network. The purpose of this policy is to provide equitable delivery of upload and download speeds to all WildBlue customers by curtailing the speeds of those who have exceeded the usage thresholds. Our Data Allowance Policy limits the amount of data that you can ... Visit page now


Training Process

Installer Training New Installers To begin the process of becoming a new WildBlue certified installer, click the link below. Your first step will be to create a student profile. Then you will be automatically enrolled in the WildBlue Certified Installer Learning Plan, which includes four online courses and participation in a Hands-on Lab class. The online classes are self-paced and do not require completion in a single setting. The four online courses must be completed prior to enrolling in a Hands-on Lab. The ... Visit page now


Read Your Bill

MONTHLY NOTIFICATIONS VIA EMAIL WildBlue does not send paper statements to our customers. Every month, you'll receive a notification via email when your bill is ready to be viewed online. This email message will be sent to the contact email address you gave us when ordering the service. You will receive your first monthly statement electronically within a few days after your installation. UPDATE YOUR CONTACT EMAIL ADDRESS If you're not receiving your monthly bill notifications, please make sure we have your regular ... Visit page now


Rural Internet

A slow, dial-up Internet connection can be infuriating. Unfortunately, for many people living in rural areas of the USA, dial-up Internet has been the only game in town...until today. You now have access to high speed, "always on" Internet no matter how far you are from town. WildBlue is proud to offer reliable, high-speed rural Internet access to rural residents. Using our sophisticated network of satellites, we're able to offer rural Internet service that is both fast and dependable. (Read more ... Visit page now


U.S. Recovery Act

Important Notice As of August 18, 2013, the WildBlue Recovery Act package is no longer available. This U.S. government-funded program has come to an end. If you are a WildBlue customer with the Recovery Act plan, you will continue to receive service at the guaranteed rate for as long as you remain a customer and choose to remain on a Recovery Act plan. These web pages remain available as a convenience to WildBlue customers with a Recovery Act plan. This special program is available ... Visit page now