Register Telephone Number

Create your own unique Internet site using your telephone number. Put your phone number to work as your personal, easy to remember, one of a kind Internet address.
Telphone Number
This number will become your personal Internet address for all Internet activities. ICUC may ask you to verify ownership of this number via caller id and other means.
As a verified ICUC member you may also register additional telephone numbers and receive additional benefits.
Email Address (this will be your user id)

A valid E-mail address is required for ICUC account management.
After you become a verified ICUC member you can add or remove email forwards and set email forwarding rules at any time.
Web Site Forwarding

Link your phone number to your web site URL address (this must be an existing home page or web address).
Your Name

Example: Dr. Lisa T. O'Bonnell, III, DDS. Enter your formal name as you wish it to be displayed - complete with any salutation, military rank etc.
Company Name

Example: My Safe Chemical Enterprises, Inc. This is the name of the company associated with the telephone number registry above. Enter the formal company name as you wish it to be displayed.

Time Zone

Personal Identification Number


Password must be at least 4 characters but no more than 10 characters long. Password may contain upper and lower case letters and/or digits.
Lost Password Questions and Answers (Optional)
If you lose your password, we can supply it to you by asking the questions that you have placed on file with us. You must make up both the question and the answer. You may use two questions and answers for added security.

For additional security (Optional)

Note: If you do not have any questions on file with us, all we can or will do is send your password to your last email address on file. If you have question(s) you must know the answer(s), however the advantage is that if you know the answer(s) to your own question(s) we can give you your password by email or telephone.
IP Security Level
For a dial-up connection a selection of 0, 1 or 2 may be most appropriate. For a broadband connection (cable/dsl/T1) a selection of 2, 3 or 4 may be most appropriate. Higher numbers (more secure) mean you are less likely to be asked to login again.
How did you find out about ICUC?
If someone recommended that you join ICUC, please give that person or company credit by entering their phone number below.