What is a Netwolves code?
Netwolves provides long distance for faculty and staff. In order to make long distance calls, Washburn faculty/staff must have a Netwolves code, also known as an authorization code.
How do I get my Netwolves (authorization) code?
Faculty and staff may get their authorization codes from their Department heads.
Department heads may e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to request authorization codes. Please include the following information:
How can I make a domestic long distance call when I am on campus?
To make a long distance call from on campus, enter:
How can I make a long distance call when I am off campus?
To make a domestic long distance call when off campus, employees may use a Netwolves Calling Card. Contact your department head for permission to get a calling card. Department heads may contact Phyllis Hoffman at 670-2308 for information regarding calling cards.
When using Netwolves calling cards, do the following:
Note: You can make international calls with a Resicom calling card, but the call must originate in the USA or Canada.
How do I make an international call ?
To make an international call, dial:
Can I use my Walgreens calling card to make domestic and international long distance calls?
Yes, follow the dialing instructions provided on the card. Washburn will not be involved with this billing.
How are calls viewed?
If your (department) monthly bill is over $10, a designated staff person in your department will receive a detailed report of each call made for every authorization code used that month (time and amount).
How am I billed?
Departments are charged via internal chargebacks. Please contact your department head or Phyllis Hoffman at 670-2308 for more information.