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Frontier’s first year in Tri-Counties one of losses

By   /   Friday, March 24th, 2017  /   1 Comment

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Frontier Communications’ headquarters in Stamford, Conn. The telecommunications company serves parts of the Tri-Counties. Frontier Communications’ first year after its acquisition of millions of Verizon broadband and Fios TV subscribers has been a rocky one. Now the company is betting on a turnaround after a $373 million net loss. The acquisition, which closed March 31,…

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  1. Bob Jay says:

    I live in Camarillo and my phone service was moved from Verizon to Frontier last year. Unfortunately Frontier was nothing but trouble.
    Not going to repeat the litany of issues but to say I canceled and moved over to Spectrum in February 2017.
    Frontier has sent me four different closing bills of which no two are the same amounts. Tried to settle by telephone but finally forced to give up because of their rude service.

    Sent a letter to their corporate office and have heard nothing yet!

    If I ran my business the way Frontier runs their business, I’d be out of business!

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