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Sick of seeing your Internet bill getting pricier and pricier each month? Too many cable Internet providers use a bait-and-switch technique: they use low introductory rates to get you to sign a long-term contract, only to raise the price after just a couple of months. But unlike other cable companies, Frontier Communications in Jacksonville gives you not only great service, but a 2-Year Price Guarantee as well. Plus, when you get Frontier, you won’t have to sign a contract, meaning you can discontinue your service if you have to move, if you find a better deal, or even if you’re just not 100% satisfied. With Frontier High-Speed Internet, you'll get free tech support around the clock. And since you don't need a phone line for Frontier broadband, Frontier is a great alternative to Charter in Jacksonville. Call today to find out all about the Internet bundles available from Frontier.
When you get a Frontier Bundle, you get the best value on your Frontier Home Phone and Frontier Internet services. 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. You don’t even have to sign a contract! Call today to get the scoop on Frontier deals in Jacksonville.
If you're looking for reliable home phone service, Frontier in Jacksonville has you covered. 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'll never pay exorbitant rates for 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, 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.