FairPoint expands broadband service in Gorham

More residents in the Granite State can quickly e-mail photos, download music and surf the Internet now that FairPoint Communications has expanded broadband service to more than 60 homes and businesses in the town of Gorham, New Hampshire.  FairPoint high-speed Internet is available for the first time to the eligible customers living in the areas described below.   

Since April 2008, FairPoint has invested more than $182 million in its communications infrastructure and technology to bring broadband to northern New England, including building thousands of miles of new fiber across the region. FairPoint’s new fiber-based, high capacity network offers customers a better, faster way to communicate.

 

“Broadband access opens doors to the world for the residents and businesses in New Hampshire and is fundamental to the state’s future economic growth,” said Pat McHugh, FairPoint’s New Hampshire state president. “Our employees are working every day to build more broadband across the state. We are pleased to announce we have expanded the availability of high-speed Internet to more homes and businesses in Gorham.” 

 

This expansion is part of FairPoint’s plan to increase broadband access to 95 percent of its service areas in New Hampshire. High-speed connection areas include portions of the following streets/roads in:

Gorham: Campground, Clay Brook, Evergreen, Glen, Hemlock, Marion’s, Mount Carter, NH Route 16, Stoney Brook and White Birch.

 

To find out if you are eligible for FairPoint’s high-speed Internet and to obtain information about prices and bundled plans, residential consumers can call 1-866-984-2001 or visit www.FairPoint.com.

 

FairPoint expands broadband service in Milan, Stark and Dummer

MILAN/STARK/DUMMER -- More residents in the Granite State can quickly e-mail photos, download music and surf the Internet now that FairPoint Communications has expanded broadband service to more than 180 homes and businesses in the Milan, Stark and Dummer areas. FairPoint high-speed Internet is available for the first time to the eligible customers living in the areas described below.
Since April 2008, FairPoint has invested more than $182 million in its communications infrastructure and technology to bring broadband to northern New England, including building thousands of miles of new fiber across the region. FairPoint's new fiber-based, high capacity network offers customers a better, faster way to communicate.
"Broadband access opens doors to the world for the residents and businesses in New Hampshire and is fundamental to the state's future economic growth," said Pat McHugh, FairPoint's New Hampshire state president. "Our employees are working every day to build more broadband across the state. We are pleased to announce we have again expanded the availability of high-speed Internet to these additional homes and businesses."
The expansion is part of FairPoint's plan to increase broadband access to 95 percent of its service areas in New Hampshire. High-speed connection areas include portions of the following streets/roads in: Milan: Brannen, Chandler Ledges, Chesley, Goudreau, Hagar, Lang, Nay Point, Overlook, Peabody, Pine, Railroad, Ridge, Spring, Spruceville, West Milan and West Village.
In Stark: Bell Hill, Coy, Dewey Hill, Fogg, Montgomery, Mullins, Muzzy Hill, Paris, Plain, Stark and Sullivan.
In Dummer: Forbush, Holt, Kelly Brook, Old Rt. 10, Paris and Plain.
To find out if you are eligible for FairPoint's high-speed Internet and to obtain information about prices and bundled plans, residential consumers can call 1-866-984-2001 or visit www.FairPoint.com.

AVCC member discount for Northern NH Tourism Conference

CRAWFORD NOTCH -- The Androscoggin Valley Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the 3rd Annual Northern NH Tourism Conference on November 8, at the Appalachian Mountain Club’s Highland Center at Crawford Notch. Androscoggin Valley Chamber members will receive a $10 discount and can enjoy in the conference’s full day of workshops, delicious luncheon and social hour for only $45.
In past years, this affordable, full-day conference has been highly praised by participants for its emphasis on networking and cutting edge, usable small business management and marketing tools. This year’s schedule includes a key note address from the Former CMO of Constant Contact, Nancie Freitas. Freitas will explore how marketing techniques familiar to New Hampshire’s small business owners can be redesigned and used to master the ever-changing landscape of new media.
Also presenting on new media marketing strategies and engaging visitors before, during and after their stays are Veronica Francis, President of Notchnet, Judy Window, founding partner of Granite State Ambassadors and Pam Sullivan, owner of Sullivan Creative and Marketing Consultant for NH Grand.
Other Conference Sponsors include NH Grand, Women’s Rural Entrepreneurial Network, the Northern Forest Canoe Trail and the Appalachian Mountain Club. For more information and to register today, visit www.wrencommunity.com.

FairPoint expands broadband service in Jefferson

JEFFERSON -- More residents in the Granite State can quickly e-mail photos, download music and surf the Internet now that FairPoint Communications has expanded broadband service to more than 125 homes and businesses in the Jefferson, New Hampshire area.  FairPoint high-speed Internet is available for the first time to the eligible customers living in the areas described below.
Since April 2008, FairPoint has invested more than $182 million in its communications infrastructure and technology to bring broadband to northern New England, including building thousands of miles of new fiber across the region. FairPoint’s new fiber-based, high capacity network offers customers a better, faster way to communicate.
“Broadband access opens doors to the world for the residents and businesses in New Hampshire and is fundamental to the state’s future economic growth,” said Pat McHugh, FairPoint’s New Hampshire state president. “Our employees are working every day to build more broadband across the state. We are pleased to announce we have again expanded the availability of high-speed Internet to these additional homes and businesses.” 
This expansion is part of FairPoint’s plan to increase broadband access to 95 percent of its service areas in New Hampshire. High-speed connection areas include portions of the following streets/roads in Jefferson: Campground, Chambers, Crow, DuPont, Enman, Israel’s River, John Walker, Kennett, Meadows, Old Cherry Mountain, Owl’s Head and Sunset Paradise.
To find out if you are eligible for FairPoint’s high-speed Internet and to obtain information about prices and bundled plans, residential consumers can call 1-866-984-2001 or visit www.FairPoint.com.