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Moving to North Dakota Guide

North Dakota Cable TV, Mobile, and Internet Providers

Relocating to North Dakota

North Dakota has many great attributes that make it a wonderful place to live. Whether you’re planning a move to Fargo, somewhere along Montana’s eastern border, or any of the inspiring places in between, SmartMove is here to help you with your upcoming move.

Moving to North Dakota will require a solid amount of planning and preparation regardless of whether you are planning to buy a new home or rent your next place. With SmartMove, you can find great deals on moving-related expenses while planning out the details of your move with our handy free tools. With SmartMove, you can save money and get organized for your move to the Peace Garden State at the same time.

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Preparing to Move Your Digital Life to North Dakota

Modern life relies heavily on online and digital connections for pleasure and communication. SmartMove can keep you linked to North Dakota's most dependable Internet, cable TV, and phone service providers.

Internet Service Providers in North Dakota

High-speed Internet and a strong Internet connection are important for residents in today’s world. After all, the Internet is how we stay connected to our work, our families, and our friends. It’s also how we stay entertained with streaming services, online gaming, and social media. Internet plans and pricing can vary greatly from one service provider to the next, so it’s important that you compare your options before making a decision.

Fast download speeds and broadband Internet are important, but they’re not the only things you should consider when choosing an Internet service provider (ISP). You’ll also want to think about data caps, equipment rental fees, and any added features that may be included in your Internet package.

The fastest Internet will also have fast upload speeds, which are important for those who work from home, as well as for those who frequently upload large files or video footage. And, if you game online or stream a lot of movies and TV shows, you’ll want to make sure that your Internet package can handle that kind of data usage without exceeding your monthly data cap.

Cable Providers Available in North Dakota

Depending on where you’re moving in North Dakota, you may have choices when it comes to your cable service provider, with Vast BroadbandSparklight, and Charter both operating in the state. Regardless of which cable provider you select, moving your service or setting up new service (if your current provider doesn’t operate in your new area), is simple and fast when you use SmartMove.

TV services that provide on-demand, streaming content have become increasingly popular in recent years, and there are a number of different providers to choose from. If you’re more interested in streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon Instant Video, you can save a lot of money by cutting the cord and ditching your cable package altogether.

Having a reliable modem and router is important, as is having the right cables to connect those devices to your TV. If you’re not sure what type of equipment you need or how to set it up, don’t worry—our team of moving experts can help.

Phone Services in North Dakota

Phone services have come a long way in recent years, with many providers now offering VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) service, which uses your Internet connection to place and receive calls. This can be a great option for those who make a lot of long-distance calls, as well as for those who want to take advantage of features like call waiting, caller ID, and voicemail.

Long-distance calls used to be very expensive, but with VoIP service, they’re often included in your monthly plan. And, if you have family or friends who live out of state, you can save even more money by using a VoIP service that offers free calling to certain numbers.

Cell phones and home phone services are both important, but they’re not the only options available. If you frequently travel for work or pleasure, you may want to consider getting a mobile hotspot, which will give you a fast and reliable Internet connection wherever you go.

Moving to North Dakota: Resources and Support

You'll need to move from your current location to your future one in addition to getting your digital life in order. Here are some pointers on how to physically relocate to a new location in North Dakota.

How to Choose a Moving Company

If you've decided to use a moving company, make sure you conduct your homework ahead of time so you can book their services. Start looking into what companies are available both where you are and where you're going about six months before your move date. SmartMove is a free online tool to help you locate and compare moving firms that serve North Dakota.

Once you've determined which firms are capable of moving you, use reviews to further reduce your list. Excellent customer service, price, and dependability are all things to look for. Reserve their services once you've made your decision. Then use SmartMove's free moving checklist to prepare for the rest of your North Dakota relocation.

How to Move Yourself

Moving yourself is a terrific alternative if you want to save money or simply appreciate the sensation of having complete control over your stuff from point A to point B. Before you decide to relocate, consider the following questions:

  • Do your friends and family really want to help carry boxes and furniture? 
  • Are you, your friends and family in good physical shape to handle moving?
  • What’s your plan in the event of bad weather or mishap?

Also keep in mind that you can always employ local movers to assist you at the beginning and/or end of your journey.

Remember to save your receipts for your tax preparer whether you relocate yourself or employ a professional moving company. If you're moving for employment, see if your employer will pay your moving expenses.

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