Happy Holidays from Granite State Communications! We hope you enjoy lots of merriment with family and friends, whether in the real world or the virtual one. We also thank you for your support during this challenging year and the opportunity to help keep you connected. Please Note: Our offices will be closed on
Do you typically use your phone’s camera app but want to try the added features of the Facebook camera? Snapping photos this way is a snap with these step-by-step instructions.
Happy Thanksgiving from GSC! We will be closed on Thursday, November 26 and Friday, November 27 so our employees can enjoy the holiday with their families. If you need assistance, you can reach our Service Center at 603-529-9931. For 24/7 Internet support, please contact our technical support line at 1-888-896-7824. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Planning to add a smart speaker to your home? You’ll be happy to know the setup process is pretty straightforward. While the steps will differ somewhat depending on the model of smart speaker, they’ll be something like these: Make sure you have electrical power and Wi-Fi available. Plug in the device. On your phone,
Did you know location matters when it comes to your router? You’ll get the best Wi-Fi performance if you place your router in an open space near the center of your home. Here are more tips: Avoid physical obstructions. Plaster or brick walls tend to have the most negative impact, but any obstruction
Thank you to all the men and women who have served, or are currently serving, in our military. The United States is the land of the free because of the brave. Please note that our Customer Care office is closed today, and will reopen tomorrow at 8am. If you need assistance, you can reach our
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Before you get rid of your old electronics, make sure to completely erase all personal information. Then find a place to take them for recycling at www.epa.gov/recycle/electronics-donation-and-recycling. Old electronics should not be thrown out with the trash since they often contain toxic substances.
Remember when mysterious seeds from China began arriving on doorsteps this summer? Authorities call this a brushing scam, defined as when people are sent products they didn’t order so the company can post fake customer reviews to boost sales. The boxes typically have no return address and contain lightweight, cheap-to-ship items. Companies that use brushing scams are