Frontier extends broadband in two counties
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Frontier Communications has enhanced and extended its broadband network in areas of Kanawha and Roane counties.
The company said it has enhanced its existing broadband service, which provides speeds up to 24 megabits per second, along Sissonville Drive in Kanawha County, and extended the network to new customers in South Charleston and the Dawes areas of Kanawha County.
The company has also extended broadband service along the Charleston Road area between Spencer and Gandeeville in Roane County.
"Frontier is improving broadband speeds across the state and extending our network to reach additional customers," local general manager Ryan Bailey said. "We are committed to making broadband available to residential and business customers throughout our markets."
Residents in the new service areas can call 800-921-8101 toll-free for information about service options, including the opportunity to bundle broadband service with telephone and television services.
Bailey said business owners and managers can also call 877-501-5661 for information about business-class speeds or other promotions for businesses.