I honestly don't know what we as consumers can do other than file complaints with regulatory bodies. I think I'm going to file one with the Public Service Commission of West Virginia. I don't know if it will help or not but we know Frontier is aware of it and nothing has changed yet. I already had to complain to the BBB about them last year because they tried charging me 7 bucks a month for renting a modem when I had bought my own (they tried to say it was a service/maintenance charge - even though the bill itself said modem rental and they knew I didn't have their modem.)
For those of us not gaming or don't care about a little latency, this seemed like a promising alternative:
Edit: Well crap...Apparently the Public Service Commission approved Frontier taking over after Verizon pulled out...
Ok, just found this one and had to laugh..