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$19.99/mo. for year 1, $34.99/mo.
for year 2 with 2-yr. agmt
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Do you want an Internet provider that gives you reliable service and won’t arbitrarily change your rate? You can get just that with Frontier Communications in Angola. When you sign up for Frontier High-Speed Internet in Angola, you get the advantage of Frontier’s 2-Year Price Guarantee. That means you’re guaranteed to pay the same price for three years, without a contract. Plus, as a Frontier customer, you’ll get complimentary 24/7 tech support as part of your Frontier broadband service. No phone line is required to get fast, affordable Internet access from Frontier, your alternative to your cable provider in Angola. So, call today to find out how much you can save with available Frontier Internet bundles.
With a Frontier Bundle, you get the perfect pairing of Frontier Internet and Frontier Home Phone. Bundling these services allows you to simplify your bill-paying by combining both services into a single statement. And when you bundle, you pay less for each service than you would if you paid for your Internet and home phone services individually. What’s more, with the 2-Year Price Guarantee, there’s no contract and no price changes for three whole years. To find out more about these incredible Frontier deals in Angola, call today!
If you're looking for dependable home phone service, Frontier in Angola is just what you need. It’s no secret that cell phone bills can be catastrophic to any budget. 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’ll rarely experience dropped calls or bad reception, and you’ll enjoy great phone service. Plus, a home phone keeps you connected to family members and the appropriate help in the event of a natural disaster or other emergency, as a landline still works even when the power’s out.