Amid the growing concerns and impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the health and safety of our customers and employees is our highest priority.
Frontier Communications understands the importance of our network services during these times, and we want to reassure you that we are committed to keeping our customers and colleagues connected, safe and informed.
Because broadband service is now even more essential, Frontier built its network to effectively serve customers today and with the future in mind. Our engineers monitor it 24x7, so our network stands ready to deliver. And anticipating increased demand for connectivity services, Frontier is proactively implementing even more capacity.
Frontier High-Speed Internet service has no data caps, so Frontier customers have unlimited data usage worry free. Details are at frontier.com/terms.
Due to COVID-19, we are taking additional precautions to protect you and our technicians. This means that we are performing installations following safety protocols that include wearing protective equipment, maintaining social distancing and asking you to assist—as needed—with tasks such as plugging in and activating equipment. In addition, for the safety of our technicians, we are asking our customers to wear a face mask or face covering during installation appointment. For more help managing your account and products from the safety of your home, please visit our COVID-19 Help Center.
As the global impact of the coronavirus (COVID 19) continues to unfold, Frontier Communications has taken steps to protect the health, safety and well-being of our customers and communities. As demand for services is especially high, calling us may result in longer than normal hold times. Thank you for your patience.
To help you stay connected and entertained from the safety of your home, our online help center has self-service resources to:
We have cloud-based solutions to connect workforces across devices, applications and locations.
For more information, please visit enterprise.frontier.com
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