| Review by BlitzenZeus |
member for 13.3 years, 6446 visits, last login: 1 days ago
updated 1.8 years ago
- $45 per month
- "It works most of the time, and have no caps"
- "Still rely on Verizon for some of their services, and things keep getting worse"
- "Don't get them unless their competition is worse than they are."
Value for money:
Previously a Verizon FIOS customer. During the transition the connections started to get a bit unstable, but they have been quite stable for a while now, ping times have been consistently low. They still depend on Verizon's services for things like their e-mail, even though you are giving you a frontier address now, if you even bother to use their e-mail. Not much has changed.
I will say Frontier doesn't seem to be offering any good deals to keep customers outside of contract deals however, but it's them or Comcast, Frontier is the lesser evil of the two at the moment.
Update: They seem to be finalizing their transition. There has been a few extended outages, some packet loss, and interrupted connections making it much harder to stream anything at times. While they may not have any caps, with the direction they are heading that might change.