Frontier Brings 1 Gig Broadband Speeds to Oregon

  • Frontier Communications
BEAVERTON, OR — Frontier Communications announced 1 Gigabit speeds are now available to the company's residential customers in select neighborhoods of Beaverton, OR. More areas will be announced as work continues into next year. This past July, Frontier Chairman and CEO Maggie Wilderotter visited Portland and discussed the company's plans to provide Gigabit speeds in the near future. She stated at the time, "Frontier will offer gigabit packages within the next several quarters, as services emerge that justify such speeds."

Now, just three months later, Frontier is delivering on its CEO's promise. "Google is exploring Gigabit speeds in the Portland-area market, but Frontier is delivering," Wilderotter said. "Frontier has invested more than $128 million in recent years to upgrade and enhance our Oregon network - investments that have paid off and made today's announcement possible. As we know, residential customers are seeking faster and faster speeds so they can have a fully connected home," Wilderotter added. "They have multiple family members who want to access the Internet for information, education and entertainment at any time, on any device, with ease and without interruption. Frontier today is delivering on what our customers want."

Frontier already offers speeds up to 100 Mbps to households in its FiOS footprint, which includes Beaverton, Forest Grove, Gresham, Hillsboro, McMinnville, Newberg, Sherwood, Tigard, Tualatin and Wilsonville.


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