Frontier offers $10 credit on Frontier Secure products

Frontier is taking advantage of the Christmas shopping season by offering customers a credit of up to $10 on the first month for a purchase of select Frontier Secure products.

This credit applies to a number of its Frontier Secure products, including Computer Security, Content Anywhere, Identity Protection, Equipment Protection Plans, Premium Technical Support and bundles.

The timing of this offering comes at a time of the year when consumers are purchasing a host of new devices like smartphones, tablets, and laptops. Frontier can provide security to these devices which have become prime targets for hackers intent on identity theft or spreading viruses.

Frontier has continued to see decent traction with its Frontier Secure product line, one that it previously said has seen year-to-year growth of about 90 percent.

The provider can also leverage its partnership with DistiNow, which distributes its security product through Ingram Micro's U.S.-based network of channel partners.

Frontier can also use this promotion to create a stronger bond with its broadband customer base.

During the third quarter, the service provider added 27,200 net broadband customers, ending the period with a total of 2.43 million broadband customers. The service provider noted that besides purchasing dual and triple play bundles, customers are also purchasing its Frontier Secure computer service products.

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