Phone and Internet
Not all areas of New Hampshire have high speed internet. Some places you can get cable or DSL but not both. Other places satellite or dial up are your only options. You will need to call around to check service.
Most of the internet sites will tell you to call anyway. If you ask around on the forums you can get an idea of what areas have what service.
Phone and Internet Providers
Cell phone coverage is adequate in most of southern New Hampshire for all of the major cell phone carriers. Out of all of the major national carriers, Verizon Wireless provides the best cell coverage in the remote areas of New Hampshire.
FairPoint Communications is the major landline phone and DSL internet provider in New Hampshire. 1-866-984-2001
TDS is another phone and ISP. If you are in a TDS area, you can may not be able to get FairPoint, and vice versa. 1-866-571-6662
Comcast cable is in some areas, but not all of New Hampshire. Rural areas are generally not served. 1-800-934-6489
Time Warner Cable is in some areas of New Hampshire. 1-855-243-8892
With many of the nation-wide companies listed here, you'll get bounced around a bit until you get to someone that handles New Hampshire. You will need to have the full address of your new place to get any real information from them.
"Porc-411" is a New-Hampshire resident only, emergency and community awareness network. Once subscribed, you can call the number and record a message that will immediately be forwarded to the entire network as a WAV-format digital audio file. If you are experiencing an emergency, it is highly recommended that you call and give a brief message detailing who you are, where you are, a way to contact you, and what the emergency is. Then hang up and call back to provide further details. That way if anyone in the network is available and nearby, they can get help to you as early as possible.