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Learn about the internet plans and speeds Frontier offers.
Can you think of anything more frustrating than watching the screen freeze and the wheel spin just when a movie’s plot is peaking? That's an experience you'll have all too often if your internet service is ill-matched with your cord-cutting lifestyle. Selecting the right speed for your home internet means finding the perfect balance between price and smooth streaming. Is Frontier the best option for you? Read on and we’ll tell you more about Frontier’s plans, prices, speeds, features, and contracts.
Frontier offers fiber and DSL internet service to residents in more than 25 different states. Frontier is often available in rural areas with few other options, though it also has a strong presence in some metro areas, particularly in the West.
Just because Frontier now offers fiber internet speeds doesn’t mean you’ll necessarily need it for your cord-cutting needs. Lucky for you, Frontier has a variety of plans waiting for you. All you need to do is pick the one that suits you and your streaming activity the best.
For maximum peace of mind, Frontier fiber internet service is the best option for cutting the cord. The bare minimum for streaming in standard definition is 25 Mbps, but ultra HD streaming requires much more bandwidth to avoid buffering. Ultra HD streaming on multiple screens at once, plus any concurrent online activity in your household, demands even higher speeds. Fiber internet will give you the speed you require.
Frontier does not always require contracts, but it will make you sign a long-term deal to access promotional prices and bundled deals.
What you won’t have to worry about with Frontier internet are data caps. Frontier provides unlimited data usage. So cut the cord with confidence knowing you’ll never exceed some arbitrary data limit.
Frontier is working hard to stay competitive against big-name rivals. If you live in Frontier’s East zone (Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida), you may have your choice between Frontier and AT&T. Over in Frontier West (Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, and California), Spectrum may be available in your area. Spectrum offers cable internet up to 1 Gbps, making it a serious rival to Frontier.