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Big Internet providers can't match the high-quality service you get from Frontier Communications in Points. Often, when you sign up for Internet through a cable provider, the price of your service will go up after a few months. With Frontier High-Speed Internet, on the other hand, you get a 2-Year Price Guarantee, so the price of your services will stay the same for 36 months. And since you don’t need to sign a contract when you sign up for Frontier services, you don’t have to get stuck with a deal or service that you don’t like. So, you have nothing to lose with Frontier service. Along with great service, you’ll also get 24/7 technical support. And with Frontier broadband in Points, you don’t need to a phone line! For an alternative to your cable provider in Points, choose Frontier! Call today to learn more about Internet bundles available from Frontier.
Nothing beats bundling! Combining your Frontier Internet and Frontier Home Phone services eliminates extra monthly statements, as you only have to worry about a single bill for your bundle. And without even signing a contract, you’ll be able to enjoy a lower price for each service. You also don’t have to worry about price hikes, thanks to Frontier’s 2-Year Price Guarantee. Nothing beats the Frontier deals in Points, so don’t delay! Call now to learn more about how you can get a Frontier Bundle and save.
Searching for a home phone service that won’t let you down? You've found it with Frontier in Points. It’s no secret that cell phone bills can be catastrophic to any budget. 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 can say goodbye to dropped calls and bad reception, and hello to 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.