Wireless Services US Account Number, Password & Contact Info

Update: On 7/31/2017 – Wireless Services US (WSUS) announced that they will no longer be able to keep their doors open. Numbers are being ported out now. – Wireless Services US is a dealer service, not a direct to consumer MVNO. There are dozens of resellers active with Wireless Services US and the porting information should be the same for all resellers.

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Comcast Account Number, Password & Contact Info

Your Comcast / Xfinity account number is found on the top-right corner of each bill you receive, and there is one account number for each billing address. Your account number is created when you sign up for any Comcast service and does not change. Each XFINITY Voice account has a single four-digit Voice Security PIN that protects access to voice features online and over the phone. If you are a new customer, you should have received your Voice Security PIN via an automated phone call or by mail. Before you can access certain details about your voice service, including billing details, voice information and voice features, you may be asked to provide your Voice Security PIN. Online, your account number is associated with XFINITY usernames for each person on your account. Each XFINITY username has a contact email address, a password and a secret question and answer (in case you lose your password). The primary XFINITY username is the main username for the account.

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Verizon Prepaid Account Number, Password & Contact Info

Verizon Prepaid account Number is 10-digits, a dash ( – ) followed by 00001 (0123456789-00001). and the password is your 4 digit security PIN. You can get your account number by logging into your myVerizon account, choosing Profile & Settings and then “Display My Prepaid Account Number”. Add -00001 to the end to the end of the displayed account number. Another way to get your account number without calling in: 1.) Log in to your Verizon Prepaid account. 2.) Right click anywhere on the page. 3.) Select “View Source”. 4.) Open a browser search box (CTRL + F on a PC, Command + F on a Mac). 5.) Search for “accountNumber” (without the quotes). Note: the number listed next to accountNumber is your account number.

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