NetZero Message Center.\r\nLog in to the Netzero Message Center in seconds to check your email.\r\n\r\nSee how to contact NetZero.net, and how to set up, and log in to the NetZero Message Center, and Netzero Email Account.\r\n\r\nNetZero is an America Internet service provider, email provider, mobile broadband service and Wireless Broadband service, based in Los Angeles, California. The company's mobile service uses Sprint's 3G network.\r\n\r\nNetzero is mostly used for their free internet message service, that is offered through the Internet service provider Netzero. Netzero Message Center is free for new accounts and also comes with the paid NetZero internet provider service.\r\nYou can send and receive messages by logging into Netzero Message Center, or by using third-party email programs like Microsoft Outlook Express.\r\nGet started with NetZero Message Center.\r\nIf you are already a NetZero customer, just click the yellow 'Sign In' button on the StartNetZero page. Then enter your NetZero Member ID and password to log in.\r\n\r\nIf you want to sign up for a new NetZero Message Center account, then visit the Sign Up page, and fill out the form. The form is quite extensive, but some information is optional and it should not take more than 10 minutes to fill out.\r\n\r\nThe required fields, include basic personal information, address, an existing email address, a phone number and a CAPCHA security check.\r\n\r\nFill out the member ID box with your preferred email name, before @netzero.net. This will become your new email address.\r\n\r\nReview the Terms of Services and Billing Authorization and tick \u201cI accept the Terms of Services and Billing Authorization\u201d and then click on the yellow button marked \u201cContinue\u201d.\r\nNetZero Customer Support Phone Numbers.\r\nIf you need to contact NetZero with a complaint, billing issue or a question, then keep in mind that NetZero's various departments have different support phone numbers:\r\n\r\nNetZero Dial Up Internet Support:\r\n\r\nNetZero Billing and Account Customer Service: 1-866-841-1442\r\n\r\nNetZero Cancellations: 1-800-851-7908\r\n\r\nNetZero Technical Support:\r\n\r\nA charge of US $1.95 per minute will apply for technical support calls.\r\n\r\nNetZero Internet connection or services: 1-877-912-5866\r\n\r\nNorton AntiVirus or Norton Internet Security: 1-888-818-5673\r\n\r\nMac user technical support: 1-800-418-5866\r\n\r\nNetZero Mobile Broadband Support:\r\n\r\nBilling or Account questions: 1-800-939-8647\r\n\r\nAccount Cancellations: 1-800-939-8647\r\n\r\nTechnical Support for Mobile Broadband (NetZero Stick™ or NetZero HotSpot): 1-800-939-8647\r\n\r\nNetZero DSL Broadband Support:\r\n\r\nNetZero DSL Technical Support: 1-866-810-8092\u00a0 Choose option 3.\r\n\r\nNetZero DSL Billing or Account questions: 1-866-810-8092 Choose option 2\r\n\r\nNetZero DSL Cancellations: 1-866-810-8092 Choose option 4\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nThe NetZero Customer Service phone hours are:\r\n\r\n8 AM to 2 AM Eastern Standard Time, 7 days a week.\r\n\r\nPlease be advised that NetZero's technical support numbers are paid numbers and the waiting time can be long. We advise using the NetZero Email Support Form, if possible.\r\n\r\nThe NetZero postal address is:\r\n\r\nNetZero Inc.\r\n\r\nPO BOX 7064, Woodland Hills\r\n\r\nCalifornia, United States\r\nNetZero Email Customer Support.\r\nIf you need to contact NetZero customer service by email, then use the Email Form. The support representatives are available to answer questions from 8 AM to 2 AM Eastern Standard Time, 7 days a week.\r\n\r\nYou must choose either Billing and Account Questions or Technical Support.\r\n\r\nYou can also contact NetZero by emailing to: firstname.lastname@example.org.\r\nNetzero Message Center Login.\r\nThe official Netzero Message Center email login page can be found here.\r\n\r\nHow do I log in to my Netzero email account?\r\n\r\nWhen you connect to the Worldwide Web via your NetZero service, you automatically log in to your Netzero email account.\r\n\r\nPlease share your experiences with, or complaints about, NetZero in the comment section.