Frontier Communications is an American telecommunications company with total assets of around 17.5 billion U.S. dollars. Founded in 1935, the company offers local and long-distance telephone services, broadband Internet and digital television services, and provides computer technical support to residential and business customers in the U.S. Admist declining revenues, the company filed for bankruptcy in April 2020.
The company’s business segments comprise voice services, data and internet services, video services and, switched access and subsidy services. In 2019, the company generated 8.11 billion U.S. dollars in revenues. In that same year, Frontier provided telecom services to around 4.1 million business and residential customers. The company generated average monthly revenues of 88.7 U.S. dollars per residential customer in 2019. Frontier Communications monthly churn rate in 2019 stood at 2.07 percent.
Frontier acquired and operates fiber-optic systems built by Verizon. In rural areas, only DSL internet services are available to its customers using traditional copper wires. As of 2019, Frontier Communications had 18,317 employees.
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