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Account Type
Full Exchange Account
Select this option to start using Exchange straightaway without needing to trial it, you will be charged straightaway.
Trial Account
Select this option if you wish to trial the service for 30 days, however if you do not cancel the service before the end of the 30 day trial, we will automatically charge your credit/debit card for the first month's service.

Contact Details
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Lastname *
Company Name*
Address *
City *
Postcode/Zip *
Country *
Phone *
Email *

Account Details
Mailboxes *
(£10.00 per mailbox)
Pre-buy additional space
Domain Name * Use internal (you will be assigned an internal domain name in the form of accountname.exchange.datagate.net)

Use own (you can choose any new domain name or transfer the domain name you already have)

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Payment Term *
Cost (excl. VAT)
Total Cost (incl. VAT)
Username *
(Abbreviation of your company name, 2-4 letters only)
Password Information
In order to ensure security of your account, we will generate a secure password for you and e-mail it to supplied address.
Security question
Security answer *

Credit Card Details
We accept...
Card type *
Card number *
Card start date
(where appropriate)
Card issue number
(where appropriate)
Expiration date * / (month/year)
Security Code *
The card security code is a number printed on the card. The number is not embossed on the card and hence not printed on receipts etc. making it much harder for anyone other than the cardholder to know what the code is. This will help prevent 'cardholder not present' fraud. A security code is now printed on the vast majority of credit/debit cards.

CC Sample The format and position of the security code varies across card schemes. Some cards have a three-digit number printed at the end of the cards' signature strip. Some (AMEX cards for example) have a four digit number on the front of the card. Some card issuers refer to this number as the 'Security Code', others as the 'personal security code' and others as 'Card Verification Value'. In addition, it may also go by the name of 'CVV2' for Visa Cards, 'Card Verification Code' (CVV) for Mastercard/Eurocard and 'Security Code' for AMEX cards.

Cardholder Details (If different from Contact Details)
Cardholder Name
E-mail address

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