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Frontier Networks adds wireless data backup to its broadband service portfolio

By September 7, 2016 Broadband

When asked to name one of the great things about our network, I have to say it’s our fibre footprint and access to our close to 18,000 on-net buildings. Our footprint consists of both buried and aerial paths.

But there is a reality, and with all networks, sometimes they are impacted.

We thought we would list some of them here.

  1. Construction companies and excavators that don’t call before they dig!
  2. Squirrels! Yes squirrels. Of all the animals most fibre damage comes from squirrels
  3. Weather
  4. Vehicle damage
  5. Vandalism

Frontier can now provide devices which will now allow your business to seamlessly communicate using broadband speeds when a wired connection is not available or being serviced.

If you want to back up your existing data line for Internet access, Frontier says you don’t have to buy another data line, but rather use our existing wireless network via our Public Internet or Private Mobile Broadband service.

In the event of a network failure, the Frontier access with Mobile Broadband service will automatically route business traffic to the our 4G LTE broadband wireless network.

About Frontier Networks


Frontier Networks Inc. is headquartered in Toronto, Ontario and provides Broadband Internet or MPLS, Voice lines or Cloud PBX (a replacement to old phone systems), cloud servers , colocation and our new Physical Security offering to Canadian Retail and Multi Site customers who demand world-wide coverage from a ‘new’ network. “We like to do traditional things in a non-traditional way”.  Frontier has built a network that connects to other networks. Think of them like a large ‘backbone’ of interconnected networks. They connect to every phone company, cable company, wireless and hydro/utelco in Canada and the US through a series of well-connected Points of Presence (POPs). Simply put ‘we don’t suck’.

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