How do I join FastNet Classic?
To join FastNet Classic, please call 0800 FASTNET (0800 327 863) or drop into your local ASB branch. If you are calling from overseas, please call + 64 9 306 3185, and we will set up FastNet Classic access for you.
What will I need in order to use FastNet Classic?
- An ASB Account.
- A FastNet Classic Username and FastNet Classic Password. We will talk you through the set up process when you call the number above.
- Access to the internet and a computerwith an up-to-date web browser. For a computer running Windows this might be the latest versions of Microsoft internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome. If you use an Apple Mac, the latest versions of Apple Safari, Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox will work.
To use Netcode security (optional), you’ll need a TXT-capable mobile phone on a NZ network. Alternatively, you can request a Netcode token.
You won’t need any special software to use FastNet Classic; however we strongly recommend you safeguard your computer with up-to-date security software and operating system updates.
Do I need to use a special code or Password to get into FastNet Classic?
Yes, both. When you first set up FastNet Classic you can choose your own FastNet Classic Username, and we’ll give you a randomly generated FastNet Classic temporary Password over the phone, or at an ASB branch if you come in. When you Log In to FastNet Classic for the first time, we’ll ask you to change your Password to one of your choice. Once you update your Password to something only you know it will be case sensitive. This is the Password you’ll use from then on, to get into FastNet Classic. If you want to change your FastNet Classic Password at any time, simply change it online in FastNet Classic.
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