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How would you like to have an Internet provider who won’t lock you into a contract only to the change the rate of your package after just a few months? Frontier Communications in Ottawa is different from other Internet providers. When you sign up for Frontier High-Speed Internet in Ottawa, 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. Even better, you’ll get 24/7 technical support from Frontier included with your Frontier broadband service at no additional cost. No phone line is necessary to get access to Frontier Internet, another reason that makes it a great alternative to your cable provider in Ottawa. So, learn more about available Frontier Internet bundles and start saving by calling now.
When you get a Frontier Bundle, you get the best value on your Frontier Home Phone and Frontier Internet services. Not only will bundling your services together simplify your monthly billing—it also saves you money, as you can take advantage of the 2-Year Price Guarantee. With this Guarantee, you’ll continue paying the same low rate for your services for the next three years—no gimmicks, and no price changes. You don’t even have to sign a contract! To learn more about Frontier deals in Ottawa, call today.
If you're looking for reliable home phone service, Frontier in Ottawa is just what you need. Cell phones can be convenient when you’re out and about, but they can get expensive when they’re your only means of communication. Fortunately, with Unlimited Local and Long Distance calling from Frontier Home Phone, you'll never pay exorbitant rates for going over your 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. 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.