Frontier Internet Plans, Deals, and Prices

Top Frontier internet plans

Best for speed

Frontier Fiber 2 Gig


Up to 2,000 Mbps

Best for budgets

Frontier Fiber Internet 500


Up to 500 Mbps

* per month. One-year agreement, early termination fee, and one-time charge apply. Max speeds are wired. Wi-Fi, actual & average speeds vary.

† per month for 12 mos. One-year agreement, early termination fee, and one-time charge apply. Max speeds are wired. Wi-Fi, actual & average speeds vary.

Frontier internet plans


PackagePriceSpeedTypeBuy now
Frontier Internet$49.99/mo. w/Auto Pay & Paperless Bill*N/ADSLShop Frontier Plans
Frontier Fiber Internet 500$49.99/mo. w/Auto Pay & Paperless BillUp to 500 MbpsFiberShop Frontier Plans
Frontier Fiber Gig$74.99/mo. w/Auto Pay & Paperless BillUp to 940 MbpsFiberShop Frontier Plans
Frontier Fiber 2 Gig$149.99/mo. w/Auto Pay & Paperless Bill§Up to 2,000 MbpsFiberShop Frontier Plans

Best Frontier internet deals

Get a $200 Visa Reward Card, a free Eero Wi-Fi router and extender, a waiver on the activation fee, and a 3-year price guarantee on your service when you sign up for a qualifying internet plan.

Frontier internet and TV bundles

Best for speed

Fiber Gig Service + DISH America’s Top 120+

Price: $159.98/mo.*

Channels: 190+ channels

Speed: Up to 940 Mbps

  • Free installation

Best for budgets

Fiber 500 Mbps + DISH America’s Top 120

Price: $119.98/mo.**

Channels: 190 channels

Speed: Up to 500 Mbps

  • Free installation

You can pair Frontier’s internet with DISH Network’s satellite TV service. There are seven combinations in all, but none include Frontier’s 2 Gbps fiber plan. Installation is free for up to six rooms for new DISH customers, and each plan comes with the Hopper Duo smart HD DVR receiver. STARZ, SHOWTIME, and the DISH Movie Pack are free for the first three months.

How does Frontier compare against competitors?

Frontier primarily competes with AT&T and CenturyLink in the DSL internet space and AT&T and Verizon in the fiber internet space.

With DSL, both competitors have the upper hand. CenturyLink charges $50 per month for up to 100 Mbps and AT&T charges $55 per month for the same speed.

For fiber internet, Frontier has the cheapest 500 Mbps plan at $49.99 per month. Its gigabit plan is slightly cheaper than AT&T and Verizon, but its 2 Gbps plan is more expensive than AT&T’s similar Internet 2000 plan.

FAQ about Frontier

What happened to Frontier’s TV services?

Frontier discontinued its TV services for new customers in 2020, presumably due to COVID-19, and to focus on its fiber network expansion. Unfortunately, Frontier does not provide an official explanation for discontinuing TV services for new customers.

Customers with existing Frontier TV services can still use them, but the company doesn’t offer them to new customers. Instead, you can sign up for YouTube TV, select a DISH Network plan, or sign up for DIRECTV Stream.

Where can I get Frontier’s fiber internet?

According to Frontier, you can get fiber in select areas of California, Florida, Indiana, and Texas.3 However, we’ve found Frontier’s fiber in the following locations:

  • Tampa, Florida
  • Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
  • Fort Wayne, Indiana
  • Fort Worth/Dallas area, Texas
  • League City, Texas
  • Seattle, Washington
  • Portland, Oregon
  • Long Beach, California

How much does Frontier’s equipment cost each month?

Frontier does not charge a monthly fee for equipment. Installation is free, too, so there are no worries about up-front costs when you choose a plan. If you choose the Fiber Internet 500 or Fiber Gig plan, you get the Amazon Eero 5 mesh networking kit. Fiber 2 Gig customers receive the Sagemcom 5950 Wi-Fi 6E system, and DSL customers use Arris wireless gateways.

Why is there an internet infrastructure surcharge?

The monthly infrastructure surcharge supports network maintenance and other costs. According to Frontier, this charge is necessary due to increased internet traffic and usage that impacts its internet network infrastructure. Frontier will continue to charge this fee indefinitely.4