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Many people get frustrated when they get Internet through a cable Internet provider and the price goes up after only a few months. But when you get Frontier Communications in Bismarck, you get a 2-Year Price Guarantee instead of unpredictable price changes. Plus, Frontier doesn't even lock you into a contract! Every Frontier High-Speed Internet package comes with access to 24/7 technical support, so you can enjoy your Internet connection without worry. What’s more, FiOS from Frontier lets you get online without a phone line, another reason that makes Frontier a convenient alternative to your cable provider in Bismarck. Call today to find out all about the Internet bundles available from Frontier.
Bundling your home services is just better. Combining your Frontier Internet and Frontier Home Phone services means bundling your bills, too, and eliminating additional invoices each month. And you don’t have to sign a contract, either, to enjoy a lower price for each service. You also don’t have to worry about price hikes, thanks to Frontier’s 2-Year Price Guarantee. The Frontier deals in Bismarck can’t be beat, so call today to start saving with a Frontier Bundle!
You'll love the savings when you sign up for Frontier Home Phone. Cell phones can be great, but what isn’t great is the ridiculous rates that most cell phone providers charge when you go over on your minutes. When you get Unlimited Local and Long Distance calling from Frontier Home Phone, on the other hand, you can save your cell minutes and talk as much as you want without paying more! Plus, your home phone can be a reliable means of communication during a natural disaster or other emergencies, as landlines still work even when the power’s out and the cell towers are down. And unlike cell phones, which can drop your call, you won't experience a spotty or disconnected call with a home phone plan from Frontier in Bismarck.