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Sick of seeing your Internet bill getting pricier and pricier each month? Too many cable Internet providers lure their customers into a long-term contract with a low introductory rate, only to raise the price after just a couple of months. When you go with Frontier Communications in Rogers, on the other hand, you get a 2-Year Price Guarantee. Plus, Frontier offers contract-free service. Frontier High-Speed Internet clients don't have to worry about technical difficulties or the ability to connect their wireless devices, either. With round-the-clock tech support available with every package, you’ll be able to enjoy your Internet connection without worry. What’s more, Frontier broadband lets you get online without a phone line, another reason that makes Frontier a convenient alternative to your cable provider in Rogers. So start saving today with Internet bundles from Frontier.
You can save money by pairing your Frontier Internet with your Frontier Home Phone in a Frontier Bundle. Not only will bundling these services save you money on each, it’s also a fantastic way to consolidate your monthly bills. Plus, Frontier won’t lock you into a contract, and your package’s price won’t change for three whole years, thanks to the 2-Year Price Guarantee. To find out more about these incredible Frontier deals in Rogers, call today!
Searching for a home phone service that you can depend on? You've found it with Frontier in Rogers. Cell phones can be convenient when you’re out and about, but they can get expensive when they’re your only means of communication. Fortunately, with Unlimited Local and Long Distance calling from Frontier Home Phone, you won’t have to worry about going over your minutes. When you sign up for Frontier Home Phone, you can say goodbye to dropped calls and bad reception, and hello to great phone service. And since a landline phone doesn’t need electricity to remain operable, you won’t have to worry about not having service during a natural disaster or other emergency.