By GateHouse Media, Inc.
Once your in it is like hotel California you can’t quit
Visually cluttered and low content value. Seems like portsmouth should have better! The app is cookie cutter and crashes constantly on iOS
Even though I’m a subscriber the app won’t let me read any stories
Keep as local as you can please. Thanks
Horrible. Impossible to log into. No keyboard input. Unintuitive. User hostile.
Can never get a call back from Customer Service. I was over charged. I sent Three emails and got a response they needed additional information. I emailed information and did follow up email. No response. What a joke. Dennis K
Can never find a phone # to call for a missed print delivery. It a very reliable app and not easy to navigate
Paid 69.99 3/9/22 and I tried to get into my account Friday night and it keeps telling me I need to subscribe. Tends to freeze a lot!
• Yesterday, Wednesday, March 3rd there was a fire in the Hanover Street parking garage. Expected a full lead story of the damage, cause and future impact…nothing. • SeaCoast Online repeats stories and editorials for days on end. In some cases they will run the same story for almost a week. For me, it is incredibly hard to clearly identify the new stories. • If you want to report a story, it is virtually impossible to reach anyone. SeaCoast Online does not provide a telephone number or e-mail address that I can find. Maybe the print edition I don’t get provides this information. • If you need help, the e-mail address is a black hole. Calling the provided helpline gets you a person in Afghanistan, Pakistan ro India where the King’s English is their second language. They are totally useless. • Actually went to their facility at Pease which is only a printing facility. They laughed when I asked for a office telephone number, volunteered no would answer. Newspapers are key to a democracy and are threatened by numerous internal and external factors. Wish I knew how to help…