You will need
- The contract with the provider of the Internet access
One way to find out the balance of your personal account is to call customer service at your Internet service provider. The phone number must be specified in the contract for the provision of this service connection. In addition, it can be found on the website of the provider. Calling support, be prepared to provide the number of your account and the name of the person whom signed the Treaty.
Your ISP may give you the ability to send an SMS to a short code and receive in response information on the account. If you want this service - must be specified either in the contract or in the information section of the website provider. You'll need a number to send SMS messages, your account and, possibly, the code of Internet services, some providers use one number for information about the different types of services.
In the information section (FAQ) provider of Internet services, you can find other ways of obtaining information about the current balance. For example, many Internet service providers make it through payment terminals (e.g., terminals QIWI and Sberbank). In this case, going to the terminal, don't forget to record the number of your personal account.
The most complete information about the balance you can get in your personal Cabinet on the website of the Internet service provider. Going to the website, locate the login form and enter your username and password - they must be specified in your contract with the provider. Please note that the password for access to your personal account is not the password used on your computer to access the Internet.
The internal organization of the Cabinet, each provider has its own - alas, a single standard does not exist. For example, if you have a contract for the service "Beeline Internet", the amount of balance you will see immediately after logging - in the right column, right above the button "Fill balance". And the details can be found on the page "Information contract".
Almost all providers have services pre-alerts (SMS or email) about the lack of funds for the next payment.