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Frontier Communications in Hobart isn't your typical Internet provider. Often, when you sign up for Internet through a cable provider, the price of your service will go up after a few months. But with Frontier High-Speed Internet, you get a 2-Year Price Guarantee, so you know that the cost of your services will stay the same for three years. And since Frontier doesn’t make you sign a contract, you don’t have to get stuck with a deal or service that you don’t like. There’s really no risk to getting your Internet with Frontier. Along with great service, you’ll also get 24/7 technical support. And to top it all off, you don’t have to have a phone line to enjoy Frontier broadband in Hobart! For an alternative to Comcast in Hobart, choose Frontier! Call today to learn more about Internet bundles available from Frontier.
Bundling is just better. When you combine Frontier Internet with Frontier Home Phone, you’ll get just one bill for your phone and Internet services every month. Plus, you’ll get a lower rate on both services—all without a contract! What’s more, with the 2-Year Price Guarantee, your price is locked in at a great low rate for three whole years. It doesn’t get any better than the Frontier deals in Hobart, so call today to start saving with a Frontier Bundle!
If you're looking for dependable home phone service, Frontier in Hobart has you covered. It’s no secret that cell phone bills can be astronomically high. But thanks to Frontier Home Phone’s Unlimited Local and Long Distance calling, you can keep in touch with friends and family without worrying about expensive overage 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, you won’t have to worry about charging your home phone during a natural disaster or other emergency, as a landline still works even when the power’s out.