Welcome To Cpunet Internet

NOTICE  8/5/2013


If your Cpunet Internet Email Account is not working, follow the simple FIX below.

New Security Changes require each Email account ending in (@cpunet.net) to have their Account (USER NAME) Updated (Changed), before the Account will work. 

FIX:  Cpunet Email Account Here,

1 - In each Device that is using Cpunet Email.  Open the Cpunet Mail (Acount Settings).  

2 - Find the (User Name) or the (Account Logiin) which would be the first part of your email address. 

3 - Enter the Entire Email Address to replace the old (User Name) and SAVE Changes.

Cpunet Internet Offers ADSL Home and Business Internet Access.  Also 56kDial-up Internet Access in USA & Canada.  We offer Web Hosting for home or business with lots of Web Site storage, email configurations matched to your needs, free site scripts like counters, stats and administration utilities.  Our Hosting Servers are fast, secure, kept up to date and allow full featured hosting of your Web Site with many options that many ISP's don't offer or charge high fees to access.  Our Servers offer full FTP and  CGI support (no CGI-BIN required), including PHP, PERL, etc, Free.  We can offer SSI, SQL Database support and more.  We design Custom (CGI) PERL Scripts and offer many that are complete, stand-alone Web Sites to meet your needs.  Cpunet also designs WEb Sites and Applications with the customer in mind allowing you (with no web design experiance or added fees). to make changes to any part of your site you need, as you need. 
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This is  cpunet.net  NOT  cpu-net.com.

If you are looking for your Email or Internet Provider (ISP), we receive many contacts each Month looking for an ISP named; www.cpu-net.com  This is cpunet.net not the site you are looking for.  Please make sure you are not looking for www.cpu-net.com

ADSL Broadband Internet Provider
Better Business DSL Solutions
In many areas Qwest ADSL Broadband Connection speeds are still limited to 1.5, 3 or 7mbps.  Qwest advertises faster speeds but you may not be able to get them.  Sometimes they offer you other very expensive connection types instead.
Because of these limitations we have designed The Solution.  We now offer BONDED ADSL ACCESS!
A Bonded ADSL Internet Connection is taking 2 ADSL Lines of any speed and using a custom modem or router to combine the 2 lines into one Internet Connection at an affordable price.  Two 1.5mbps lines give you up to a 3mbps connection.  Two 7mbps lines; up to 14mbps. 
Bonded Dsl is available for your business or home.  Check with us for details.
DSL Internet Access [Full-Service Accounts] are avcailable in 27 States within Qwest or Verizion Phone Service areas as shown in the map below.
Call or Email for more details
Cpunet Home Access Accounts Include
  • 6 POP3 Email accounts. More Available
  • Personal Web Space for your use
  • Online User selectable auto Ssan email for VIRUS
  • Online User selectable auto scan email for SPAM
  • View and Send your email online anywhere
  • Use any Internet Browser
  • Ultimate Photo Gallery for wour Web Space
  • Cpunet Contact Manager for your Web Space
  • Avast Anti Virus Home Version (Free Registration).

Read more about Our DSL Package.  Select Here...

Cpunet offers Full ADSL Internet Service in the 27 States as shown on the US map above.  Light Green States are Verizon Phone Service areas.  Dark Green States are Qwest Phine Service areas.
Contact Cpunet For more Information on ADSL Internet Access.  We will pre-qualify, (test for availibility and maximum speed offered by your phone company), on an existing phone line or any address that can receive land Line phone service from either Qwest or Verizion.
Have your phone line pre-qualified for DSL Internet Access Free!  Contact Us

Note:  For DSL Accounts there are 2 fees.  There is a Line Provissioning (ADSL) Fee and an ISP Fee.  The Monthly ISP fee (If you select to use Qwest or Verizon as your ISP the fees are combined in your bill), and the Monthly fee your local telephone company will charge for the ADSL line provissioning on the Phone Line or for a stand-alone ADSL line only, if you do not want telephone service or in the case of Bonded ADSL.  This is a fee paid to your phone company.   The amount depends on the Line Speed you select and usually added to your phone bill.  With Qwest, you may order just ADSL Broadband Internet Access with a stand-alone line.  You are not required to use or add Qwest Telephone Service. 

Great 56K Dial-Up Access
We offer thousands of local 56k Dial-up Access numbers in The USA, Canada and territories.
Dial-Up Access from $15.00 Monthly***
Several Accounts Available:
  1. UNLMITED ACCESS $21.95 Monthly
  2. ACCELERATED, Unlimited Access $26.90 **
  3. LIMITED  150 HOUR per Month $15.00 ***
Notes:  All Dial-Up Accounts Include the same features as the DSL Accounts as listed above except there are 3 Email Accounts included with more available.
** Note: Includes Lightspeed Web Accelerator with speeds up to 5 X faster than standard 56k Dial-up.
*** Note: This fee includes Only 150 Hours of Internet Access each Month.  If a User exceeds 150 Hours they are charged the Unlimited Account Fee of &21.95 for that Month only.

Cpunet is the home of SmartStore, The Original PERL, Standalone  Shopping Cart written in-house. Click & View a SmartStore Web Store SmartStore was written by Cpunet Internet and is a one of a kind Shopping Cart. Also from Cpunet Internet, many Custom CGI, Perl Scripts for your web site. Contact manager, Photo Galley & more. If you need a solution for your web site. We write Custom Perl Scripts for most any use and web site functions. We also host scripts for web sites that cannot run CGI.

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Publisher apologizes for textbook calling slaves 'workers'

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