It is an age-old practice, but for some Australians it's still a requirement to log into the internet to make a payment.In the past, the practice was to log onto the internet from home, and then make a small payment using a credit card.But it's no longer required, with internet service providers such as iiNet and Optus saying they will not charge for the login.This is despite reports in some media...
The vyvo broadband login page is still live.
This is the official vyva e.v. site.
If you don’t have an account yet, you can sign up here.
Signing up is simple.
Simply go to vzv e-commerce, log in, select the “Log In” button and then select your username and password.
You will then be prompted for a password.
Enter it and click “Submit.”
You will then have a window that asks you for your email address and password, and the password will be automatically generated.
Once you have your password, click “Next.”
Sign in using your username or your vyvan name and password again, and voila!
You are now signed into vyvv e-Commerce!
Vyv’s e-wallet account is open and can be used to make purchases and pay for any purchases with credit cards, debit cards or Paypal.
If your account is not active yet, it is easy to sign in and add yourself to the list.
Simply enter your username, password and the email address for your account and then click “Create Account.”
The account will be created and you can make purchases.
Just remember that the account is only open for 30 days after it is created.
Here’s what you can do with your account: Purchase an account for yourself.
Change the billing address of your account.
Send money to your account to pay for goods and services.
Save money on your account by paying bills with a credit card or debit card.
Pay for a subscription or an e-book by signing up for a paid account.