When is Frontier Internet service going to come to your area?
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Frontier Internet has announced that it will soon offer its customers access to the most advanced internet service in the US, offering a 4G network with speeds up to 100 times faster than that of the current best-available service in most areas.
Frontier Internet will be offering its customers a 4GB service that will offer speeds up by up to 2x that of their current service.
Frontier is hoping to offer customers the same service in all of its cities by the end of this year, which means they won’t have to wait for Frontier’s 4G service to arrive.
This is not the first time Frontier has announced 4G speeds in the States, as they announced a similar service to their 3G service earlier this year.
However, Frontier says they have a lot more to offer than just a 4Mbps service.
The company has also partnered with a number of high-profile tech companies to offer the service in their cities.
While they have yet to release the details of their service, Frontier claims that it includes everything from voice calling, to streaming video, to photo and video sharing.
The service will be available in all areas where Frontier has a 4 Gbps connection, including Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Jose, New York City, Dallas, Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, Washington, D.C., Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago suburbs, and a few other small towns in and around Texas.
The service will only work with 4G data connections.
Frontier says that it is working with Verizon Wireless to expand its network to the rest of the country, which will help make the service more affordable.
Frontier has partnered with Google Fiber in Austin, Texas, to offer service in a number a cities in Texas, as well as in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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