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With Frontier Communications in Arlington, you'll get an Internet provider that delivers fast and reliable Internet service. Unlike other cable Internet companies—which regularly raise prices after just a few months of service—Frontier High-Speed Internet offers an incredible 2-Year Price Guarantee. You won’t have to worry, as the price of your Internet will remain the same for 36 months after signup. What’s more, Frontier offers contract-free service, free 24/7 technical support, meaning you have nothing to lose. You don’t even need a phone line to enjoy Frontier broadband’s fast speeds and reliable connections. If you’re looking for a great alternative to your cable provider in Arlington, Frontier is the right choice. Call today to find out more about how you can save with Frontier Internet bundles!
What's better than Frontier Internet and Frontier Home Phone? Getting the best value on both with a Frontier Bundle! Bundling Frontier's services benefits you in three ways: you'll save money, consolidate your phone and Internet bills, and you'll lock in a low monthly rate with the 2-Year Price Guarantee. Plus, you don’t need to sign a contract! To get more details on the Frontier deals in Arlington, call today.
Searching for a home phone service that won’t let you down? You've found it with Frontier in Arlington. Cell phones can come in handy at times, but they can get expensive when they’re your only means of communication. But thanks to Frontier Home Phone’s Unlimited Local and Long Distance calling, you can spend as much time as you want talking to your family and friends—without worrying about expensive overage minutes. You'll enjoy consistent, reliable phone service with Frontier Home Phone as well, so you’ll rarely have to deal with dropped calls or spotty reception. And since a landline phone doesn’t need electricity to work, you won’t have to worry about not having service during a natural disaster or other emergency.