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Frontier plans, pricing, and deals

Plans starting at $44.99mo.

Unlimited data

No cost Wi-Fi router

Limited fiber availability

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Top Frontier internet plans

Best Overall

Fiber 1 Gig

$69.99/mo.*
w/ Auto Pay & Paperless Bill

Up to 1,000Mbps

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Best for Budgets

Fiber 500

$44.99/mo.
w/ Auto Pay & Paperless Bill

Up to 500Mbps

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Best for Speed

Fiber 5 Gig

$154.99/mo.
w/ Auto Pay & Paperless Bill

Up to 5,000Mbps

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Best Frontier internet deals

Order a qualifying Frontier fiber internet plan to get a free installation and a free rental of the Amazon eero Pro 6 or 6E router. You also get a $200 Visa Reward Gift Card if you sign up for the Fiber 2 Gig plan.

All Frontier internet plans and pricing

PackagePriceSpeedInternet typeOrder online
Frontier Internet$64.99/mo.*
w/ Auto Pay & Paperless Bill
Call for detailsDSLView Frontier Plan
Fiber 500$44.99/mo.
w/ Auto Pay & Paperless Bill
Up to 500MbpsFiberView Frontier Plan
Fiber 1 Gig$69.99/mo.
w/ Auto Pay & Paperless Bill
Up to 1,000MbpsFiberView Frontier Plan
Fiber 2 Gig$99.99/mo.§
w/ Auto Pay & Paperless Bill
Up to 2,000MbpsFiberView Frontier Plan
Fiber 5 Gig$154.99/mo.||
w/ Auto Pay & Paperless Bill
Up to 5,000MbpsFiberView Frontier Plan

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Frontier Internet Availability

Frontier provides DSL internet across 25 states. It has just one DSL plan, so your options are limited. But there are no equipment charges or data caps.

Frontier’s fiber internet is available in over a dozen states, including California, Connecticut, Florida, Indiana, South Carolina, and Texas. Frontier expects to reach 10 million locations by the end of 2025.

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Frontier internet speeds

Frontier launched its 5 Gig Fiber Internet service in January 2023. It’s one of the fastest plans in the nation, competing with AT&T, Optimum, and Ziply Fiber. Frontier introduced its 2 Gig Fiber Internet service a year prior on February 22, 2022. If all that speed seems like overkill, the Fiber 500 Internet plan is a good megabit-per-dollar value if you can get it.

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Frontier internet and TV bundles

Best overall

Fiber 1 Gig + YouTube TV*

Price: $132.98/mo.**
Internet price w/ Auto Pay & Paperless Bill

Channels: 100+

Speed: Up to 1,000Mbps**

Best budget deal

Fiber 500 + YouTube TV*

Price: $117.98/mo.**
Internet price w/ Auto Pay & Paperless Bill

Channels: 100+

Speed: Up to 500Mbps**

Best for cord cutters

Fiber 5 Gig + YouTube TV*

Price: $227.98/mo.**
Internet price w/ Auto Pay & Paperless Bill

Channels: 100+

Speed: Up to 5,000Mbps**

Frontier bundles its DSL and fiber internet plans with YouTube TV. Frontier also bundles its DSL and fiber internet with Frontier Home Phone service.

 

Why choose Frontier for internet service?

Choose Frontier if you want some of the fastest download speeds you can get. Its fiber internet is still rather limited, but it’s a more reliable—and sometimes faster—connection than cable internet and DSL. With no equipment fees, no data caps, and no contracts, Frontier is your ideal connection if it’s available in your area.

 Pros

  • Unlimited data
  • No cost Wi-Fi router

 Cons

  • Limited fiber availability
  • Slow DSL speeds

How Frontier compares to the competition

When we compare Gigabit plans, Frontier and CenturyLink are nearly identical in price. Both are cheaper than AT&T and Verizon, but you’ll probably never see all four fiber internet services in your area. Frontier primarily competes with AT&T and CenturyLink in the DSL internet space and AT&T and Verizon in the fiber internet space.

Of the four, Frontier has the lowest overall customer satisfaction rating based on user feedback. According to our annual survey, its highest ranking is in price satisfaction, sending it a few places behind CenturyLink and far behind AT&T and Verizon. Its weakest links in our survey are in customer service and speed satisfaction.

ProviderPlan price rangeSpeeds (range)User rating*Order online
Frontier$44.99–$154.99/mo.
w/ Auto Pay & Paperless Bill
500–5,000Mbps3.5View Plans
AT&T$55.00–$225.00/mo.25–5,000Mbps3.9
CenturyLink$30.00–$75.00/mo.§100–940Mbps3.6
Verizon$49.99–$84.99/mo.||300–2,300Mbps3.9

* Rating based on a five (5) point system used in our customer satisfaction survey. Higher is better.

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FAQ about Frontier

Does Frontier enforce data caps?

No, Frontier does not enforce data caps or throttle speeds once you use a certain amount of data each month.

Does Frontier enforce annual contracts?

No, Frontier does not enforce annual contracts. However, you must agree to Frontier’s 12-month terms if you accept a Visa Rewards Card Offer when you sign up. Frontier’s gift card and other rewards are subject to a term.

Also, Frontier may waive your installation on fiber, but may charge a fee if you disconnect within the first year.

How much does Frontier’s equipment cost each month?

Frontier offers the latest standalone routers and two-piece mesh systems at no extra cost to you. You can extend your Wi-Fi range using extenders provided by Frontier for an added monthly cost.

How much does Frontier charge for installation?

Fiber expert installation is free. Frontier also offers self-install for some fiber plans.

Is Frontier available in my area?

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