Frontier says it really does want to keep FiOS customers

Frontier Communications' struggles with the FiOS TV offering it inherited from Verizon when it bought the telco's landline business in Oregon, Washington and Indiana continues. The ILEC has rolled out a series of new "simplified" and "customer-friendly" pricing plans designed to convince current customers it plans to keep the service. Article

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