New Hampshire

Internet Service Providers

Compare Local Plans (NH)

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ISP Lowest Price Top Speeds
Frontier 50 mbps for $30/mo 500 mbps for $130/mo
Spectrum 100 mbps for $45/mo 940 mbps for $105/mo
Xfinity 60 mbps for $40/mo 2000 mbps for $300/mo

Satellite

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ISP Lowest Price Top Speeds
Viasat 12 Mbps for $50 30 Mbps fo $100
HughesNet 25 Mbps for $26/mo 1000 Mbps for $55/mo

Frontier 855-382-2910

Fios

down (mbps) up (mbps) cost (mbps)
50 50 $30
200 200 $40
300 300 $100
500 500 $150
  • Fiber network
  • 2 yr plans
  • Price does not include equipment and a few other minor fees

Fios High Speed Internet

down (mbps) up (mbps) cost (mbps)
6 6 $28
25 25 $35
115 115 $45
  • High speed internet (private line connection) as opposed to cable
  • Cable speeds may vary throughout the day since the signal is sent from a nearby cable box that might be shared with your neighbors.

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Spectrum 1-844-593-1728

Spectrum Internet

down (mbps) up (mbps) cost (mbps)
100 (no data caps) $45
400 (Internet Ultra upgrade) $65
940 (Internet Gig upgrade) $105

  • Cable connection.
  • Free modem
  • Contract free plan


Corporate store located in Center Conway, Gorham, Keene, Littleton & Plymouth

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Xfinity 855-401-5362

Xfinity Internet

down (mbps) up (mbps) cost (mbps)
60 2 (Performance) $40
250 5 (Blast!) $60
400 10 (Extreme Pro) $80
1000 35 (Gigabit) $90
2000 2K (Gigabit Pro) $300

  • Minimum 1 year agreement required
  • Equipment and installation fees

Service centers in Concord, Dover, Lebanon, Manchester, Nashua, Portsmouth, Seabrook (Grafton, Hillsborough, Merrimack, Rockingham & Strafford counties).

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Viasat Satelitte (855) 242-8953

Metered broadband

down (GB) up (GB) cost (GB)
1 4 $50
10 4 $80
20 4 $100
50 4 $150
200 4 $400

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HughesNet

Gen5 Service Plans

down (GB) up (GB) cost (GB)
25 3 $50 (10 G data)
25 3 $60 (20 G data)
25 3 $90 (30 G data)
25 3 $120 (50 G data)

  • 2 year commitment
  • lease or purchase equipment
  • includes wi-fi.

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Broadband in New Hampshire
This state is the thirteenth most connected in the United States, with only about two percent of the total population lacking access to broadband internet. The largest internet service providers in the state are Xfinity, FairPoint, TDS, and Spectrum. Legislation like SB 170 came into action in 2018, allowing municipalities access to public internet platforms, a move aimed at cementing the state’s resolve to open up local authorities to broadband investments. The New Hampshire Broadband Mapping and Planning Program (NHMPP) seeks to understand the availability of broadband service in NH, ways of improving accessibility in the future, and effective avenues of increasing broadband adoption and use.