Frontier offers discount to members o...

Frontier offers discount to members of US Armed Forces

There are 2 comments on the Charleston Daily Mail story from Nov 11, 2011, titled Frontier offers discount to members of US Armed Forces. In it, Charleston Daily Mail reports that:

Frontier Communications introduced a program that provides active members and reservists of the U.S. Armed Forces an additional discount on their Frontier-bundled service offerings.

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Charleston, WV

#1 Nov 14, 2011
To bad they don't offer it to law enforcement and fire fighters.
Mel

Clarksburg, WV

#2 May 1, 2013
So true. We aren't even allowed to have an unlisted number.
I also just found out (in W.V.) People who live 5 miles from me are paying over $10.00 less per month for digital phone service. Unfortunately Frontier does not have an explanation for this, except that "its like buying a loaf of bread, it costs more in some stores than others" Brilliant explanation!!!!!!!!!!

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