For the most part, Frontier Internet is a DSL provider. However, they also offer fiber-optic connections to a growing number of subscribers.
Their fiber plans are available to over one third of their customer base and are called Frontier FiberOptic Internet. Most people living in Frontier's service area will have access to a mix of DSL and fiber connections.
Connection Type: DSL/Fiber Internet
Download Speeds: Up To 115 Mbps
When it comes to Frontier Internet speeds, they have three tiers. Basically, these are DSL Internet connections enhanced with fiber-optics:
As of 2021, nearly all residents in Frontier's service area will be able to get speeds from 3 up to 9 Mbps. However, only about a third will have access to Preferred speeds, and only about 10% are able to get Premium speeds.
The good news is that Frontier remains one of the few rural ISPs that is still enhancing and replacing their copper-based lines. As they transition to fiber, more customers will be able to get the faster speeds.
The best way to find out exactly which Frontier Internet speeds are available at your address is to call our toll-free number:
Frontier Communications provides service in 25 states:
The truth is that Frontier is consistently one of the lower-rated ISPs in terms of available speeds and customer service. They are primarily a good choice in lightly-populated areas where no other options exist.