published on January 4, 2018 - 1:36 PM
Written by The Business Journal Staff

As part of the Connect America Fund, Frontier Communications Corp. has extended its broadband services, giving higher-speed access to communities in 15 counties across California.

The expansion means faster services of at least 10 Mbps in Fresno, Kings and Tulare Counties in the Central Valley. Cities and communities to receive access in these areas include: Corcoran, Dunlap, Exeter, Fowler, Lemon Cove, Lindsay, Reedley and Sanger.

The Connect America Fund is an initiative to expand access to broadband and voice services in the United States where they have found to be unavailable. Of the 275,000 California households to currently have broadband access through Frontier, more than 39,000 were CAF-designated, exceeding their 40 percent milestone of 90,000 CAF locations in California.


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