Frontier Adds 75K New Fiber Subs in Q4 2022

Service provider saw its fiber-based broadband additions surpassing DSL losses.

  • Frontier Communications

During Citi’s recent 2023 Communications, Media & Entertainment Conference, Frontier told investors that it added 75,000 fiber broadband customers in the fourth quarter of 2022.

The company said that “strong customer growth in the fourth quarter” led it to finish 2022 with 17 percent more fiber broadband customers than at the end of 2021.

For the fifth consecutive quarter, fiber broadband customer additions outpaced the telco’s copper broadband customer losses, resulting in 8,000 total broadband customer net additions in the fourth quarter of 2022. Frontier noted that fourth-quarter customer results are preliminary and subject to change pending the completion of year-end closing review procedures.

“We continue to outpace our cable competitors, gaining share in nearly every geography we operate in,” said Scott Beasley, Frontier’s Chief Financial Officer. “Our new position as the ‘un-cable’ provider is taking hold. We are bringing customers a superior product and it is paying off in record broadband customer growth.”

Frontier noted that customer results for the fourth quarter of 2022 are preliminary and subject to change pending the completion of year-end closing review procedures.

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