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Personally I wouldn't touch Nashua with a barge pole.
Had a cell contract with them for 6 years. Their billing system was to calculate teh usage of your "free" minutes on the 15th of every month.
This lead to endless debits/credits on my account that was impossible to work out. In the end, I think I paid for a full 3 months of calls (24 month contract) without being credited for them from my free minutes.
All queries fell on deaf ears. Their billing system is designed to confuse and conquer.
Just my Zim$200,000,00.00
I think the point he is trying to make is Nashua's service department suffers from a general malaise when it comes to customer satisfaction, whether it be data bundles, dsl, cellphone contracts or lately household insurance, all departments suffer from an inability to efficiently provide the customer with what they require.the original poster asks about Nashua Broadband and you spew on about your cellphone contracts you have had etc etc...