Frontier Availability Map

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Frontier started offering Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) internet services in rural and suburban U.S. markets in 2008. In 2014, Frontier acquired additional network coverage from Verizon, including fiber network areas. Frontier now markets its fiber services as Frontier Fiber. Frontier offers fiber internet coverage to 16.2 million people, with the most coverage in Connecticut, Florida, and West Virginia. Frontier ranks as the 4th-largest fiber internet provider in the U.S.

As a DSL provider, one of Frontier’s strengths is its widespread rural availability, since rural households usually have access to the twisted copper phone lines needed for DSL connections. Frontier DSL services are particularly widespread in Connecticut, West Virginia, and Illinois, with Frontier ranking as the 4th-largest DSL provider in the U.S.

Frontier Internet Services

Best features Things to consider
  • Quick fiber internet
  • No equipment fee
  • Contract-free plans
  • Unlimited data on all plans
  • Limited bundle options
  • Plans vary by location

With no equipment fees, no contracts, and unlimited data on all Frontier plans, it really comes down to speed. Frontier offers multiple speeds with the Frontier Fiber plans, while offerings change per region for Frontier Internet.

* One-time charges apply. Subject to availability. Cannot be combined with other offers. Other restrictions, Frontier policies, and service terms apply.
Plan Starting price * Connection type Data cap
Frontier Fiber $29.99 per month (with Auto Pay and Paperless Bill) Fiber Unlimited data
Frontier Internet $64.99 per month (with Auto Pay and Paperless Bill) DSL Unlimited data

Frontier offers a simple pricing structure. Frontier Fiber begins at $29.99 per month (with Auto Pay and Paperless Bill), while Frontier Internet starts at $64.99 per month (with Auto Pay and Paperless Bill). For more information about this month’s promotions and which plans offer the best value, visit our Frontier Deals page.

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Frontier Internet Speeds

Frontier networks consist of its standard DSL network and its newer fiber-optic network. The main difference is that DSL runs significantly slower than fiber. However, Frontier has been building out more fiber backbone in recent years and boosting the overall speed and bandwidth of DSL connections. Based on our speed tests, customers average download speeds around 485 Mbps with Frontier. We recommend checking out how Frontier stacks up against AT&T to see just how competitive it is, especially since both providers offer multi-gig internet plans.

Frequently Asked Questions About Frontier Internet

  • Where is Frontier available?

    Frontier provides DSL internet service to 25 different states, and Frontier Fiber continues to expand across the U.S., with Connecticut, Florida, and West Virginia having some of the most coverage.

  • Does Frontier require contracts?

    Frontier doesn’t require contracts like other internet providers. Instead, Frontier offers a month-to-month every day low price with all its plans.

  • Does Frontier provide a router?

    All Frontier internet plans come with a premium Wi-Fi router.

  • How do I contact Frontier customer service?

    You can talk to Frontier customer service by calling directly, using online chat, or browsing the support issue resource center on the main website.

  • What kind of internet connections does Frontier offer?

    Frontier offers both fiber and DSL internet services. Which connection type from Frontier is available will depend on where you live.