Continuing its investment in New Hampshire, Comcast partnered with the town of Lyndeborough to connect more than 60 unserved homes and businesses to its smart, fast and reliable fiber-rich network.
Comcast serves 112 communities across the Granite State, providing best-in-class residential and business products from Peterborough to Portsmouth, Salem to Concord and the Upper Valley.
“We appreciate the collaboration with local communities that are seeking fast, reliable and secure Internet options for their unserved residents and business owners,” said Anthony Bowling, Senior Vice President of Comcast’s Greater Boston Region. “We were delighted to work with the Lyndeborough community to meet their needs.’’
Lisa Post, New Hampshire State Representative and Chair of Lyndeborough’s Broadband Committee, said the town approached Comcast last summer about partnering on the funding needed to connect these homes and businesses.
“Incredibly, Comcast was able to complete the task in just a matter of months, while other providers told us this could not be done for years,” Post said. “Comcast was responsive to the needs of our town, exceeded our expectations and ensured our residents and business owners could be connected to its fast Internet service.”
Comcast is proud to participate in the federal government’s Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), which provides eligible low-income households with a credit of up to $30 per month ($75 per month on Tribal lands) toward their Internet and/or mobile service. Thanks to ACP, eligible Comcast customers can get home Internet through Comcast’s Internet Essentials or Internet Essentials Plus at no cost once the federal credit is applied. Internet Essentials customers can also add a line of unlimited 5G cellular data ($45) through Xfinity Mobile for as little as $24.95/month after the ACP benefit is applied.