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Our SMS system is active! All Igen clients and users are registered on the system and to access your SMS account, just click on the Igen SMS logo. By default you will notice that use of the system is disabled for security reasons until the user request us to enable it. You will therefore be able to access the system when you login with your email address and password but will not be able to use it until we received your request to enable it. Contact us now to enable your SMS account by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or phoning 041 3655411 for PE or surrounding areas or 042 2731121 for Joubertina and surrounding areas.
Internet Generation or IGEN is an eServices provider. More detail about our services can be found by clicking on the 'Services' link on the above menu. IGEN is ICASA licensed and specializes in wireless & internet services. All installations and hardware support are handled by New Ware Computing in the Port Elizabeth and surrounding areas and by Office Solutions in the Joubertina and surrounding areas. Visit our contact page for more detail on how to contact us and to find out more about our services
If you have any Internet problems or need extra caps loaded after hours, please contact the following number below only during the times as indicated:
|Areas & Periods||Standby Numbers & Times|
|All Areas (excluding below)||081 420 5665|
|Langkloof, Uniondale, Tsitsikamma||082 9211 701|
|Monday - Friday||17:00 to 20:00|
|Saturdays||08:00 to 20:00|
|Sundays||11:00 to 20:00|
During normal working hours please contact our offices:
Port Elizabeth 041 365 5411 or Joubertina 042 273 1121
Please note that the after hours numbers are not manned before or after the times as indicated above!
We have various packages which cater for everybody's needs from the basic home user to large businesses. Our wide network enables us to provide other network services such as VoIP telephone service with cheaper call rates than normal fixed line or cellular providers. We also provide dedicated and secure VPN networks over our wireless network.
Internet Generation also provide a competitive Bulk and online SMS system which allow you to make use of our own web based SMS system or downloadable desktop SMS system or integration with Outlook 2007 or 2010 for sending SMS messages directly from Outlook. Reply SMS messages are routed back to your email address or mobile phone. Check out the relevant services by selecting it from our menu.
Internet Generation Introduces - IGEN VoIP. VoIP is a acronym for Voice over IP and basically means that you use your current internet connection or wireless internet connection from Internet Generation, to make and receive telephone calls at an overall lower cost than current fixed line or cell phone operators. Click Here to visit our VoIP service page for more information or contact us
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