I've been bugging Frontier for a long time about getting some upgrades in my area. 3 years ago we didn't have DSL at all, and now we have 6meg service. Not a bad jump, really. However, after talking to a tech, it seems my CO only has a single DSLAM. I find this ridiculous, as it provides zero redundancy and REALLY limits the speed and number of customers that can be serviced.
A friend and I are running off two separate COs and have both been told by a variety of customer service agents that upgrades are coming to our area in mid February. My friend was told bonded service would be available by March, and I wasn't told any specifics. I imagine some redundancy and higher speeds will be installed, but I don't know for sure because the supervisor isn't talking if he knows something.
Does anyone have any info for your area? I imagine Frontier is preparing for more speedtest requests in Indiana because they installed a new speedtest site in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
If you have heard anything about your area, please post it here. I'm sure I'm not the only one interested in the overall situation of Frontier's network upgrades!--
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