Frontier Communications announced Tuesday that many residential customers can now receive premium broadband services with increased speed capabilities. Areas include (northeastern PA) portions of Clarks Summit, Dalton, Factoryville, Tunkhannock, Conyngham, Drums, Nuangola, the Poconos/Slate Belt area, Montrose/Springville/Hallstead, the greater Back Mountain area, Towanda, Wellsboro, Breezewood, southern Lancaster County, sections of northern Dauphin County extending into Schuylkill County and Frontier's territory in Berks County. Frontier also invested in increased bandwidth to improve its network capabilities and provide customers with enhanced services in all areas, including Dallas, Wilkes-Barre, Harrisburg, Southern Lancaster County and the Pocono region. In all, Frontier Communications' three years of capital expenditures in Pennsylvania exceeded $75 million. Significant funding was spent to support engineering initiatives to increase broadband access and improve network infrastructure across the company's eastern Pennsylvania territory.
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