It sounds a bit brutal, but in a way you have been delivered from a terrible future service.
Given that your new area does not have VM cable, amongst the worst telephone line broadband provisions is VM's. You would have been unwise to go for that, other than for the retention of your email address.
If you tell us the new exchange and the type of usage you have - such as gaming or not, P2P, catchup TV, live TV streaming and so on, we should be able to suggest a decent provider.
I suggest you sort out a new email address ASAP, as you could start using that immediately for all new outgoing and reply emails, giving you the maximum time for all your contacts and shopping accounts to swap to using the new one. A panic change at the last minute of your 90 days isn't a good idea, and once you move house you could have a lot of other things to work out without email being an issue.
I don't like the freebies, like gmail and MS Outlook and the like. Too much scope for snooping for advertising and so on. I prefer paid for services by the specialist companies. I've got a writeup on the subject
with a link there to my recommended host.
Whichever way you go, it needs to be not with whichever new ISP you choose. ISP email is often a nasty tie-in if you want to change. The way I suggest you never need to change your email address again after this time.
My broadband basic info/help site - www.robertos.me.uk
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