Frontier goes its own way on broadband services in Ore.

03/7/2011 | News-Register (McMinnville, Ore.)

Frontier Communications has told four Oregon cities that it will substitute DirecTV service for FiOS TV and use a combination of fiber-optic and DSL technology to provide broadband services. The Oregon towns were among those that had been served by Verizon Communications before the sale of its wireline unit in 14 states to Frontier, which said the changes make economic sense.

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