The two companies stated that the 3 year deal will run hand-in-hand with Frontier’s current broadband, voice and satellite TV service. The new agreement will begin a trial period in the beginning of 2012 and then fully expand through Frontier’s footprint – covering 27 states.
“This was a natural extension of a product that we are not currently offering that would fit well with our product suite,” Steve Crosby, Frontier’s senior vice president of government affairs and public relations, stated. He said the deal would allow Frontier to leverage AT&T’s wireless resources and will allow AT&T to attract customers they may not already have.
An AT&T spokesperson said that Frontier will sell AT&T branded products and services and claimed that Frontier is a great service provider with a strong record of providing bundled services.
Adding wireless service to the current Frontier bundle pack will enhance the appeal to current and future customers.
Eric Ryan wants to know…does the bundle pack make this wireless service more appealing? Please leave any feedback below.