Frontier Communications Corp (NASDAQ:FTR) has opted to set base in Southern California by opening its first Frontier Premier Retail stores. The move is expected to have customers enjoy the high level of personal interaction as well as facilitating local community engagement. Frontier is already in Norwalk’s Civic Center Plaza at 12351 Imperial Highway. It is also in Pomona, which is located on the ground floor of the Frontier Business Center on 280 South Locust Street. Thus its present Southern California will enhance its global presence.
The company’s determination in building its business presence is apparent. However, it has had its share of disappointment with wireline operations, which it had taken over from Verizon in California, Texas, and Florida. Frontier claims that the data inherited from Verizon was corrupt.
A Comprehensive Suite Of Products And Services From Frontier
Apart from an assortment of high-tech communications, entertainment products and services for home, office and business, Frontier also has a range of solutions for device security, identity theft and credit protection, as well as device and equipment protection. For purposes of offering a relaxed environment to its customers, Frontier is providing interactive demo stations, HD flat-screen TVs, and expert staff. This will enable not only in the purchase of a variety of high-tech communications but also entertainment products and services.
The vice president of marketing for Frontier Communications West Region, Cameron Christian says that they are excited about being in Southern California. Apart from endeavoring to give a personal touch to its customers, the move will also enable the company to deepen its investment in the communities it serves.
What is not known about Frontier Communications?
It will not be a surprise that a majority of people do not know that the store operations are based on a no-cash-transaction policy. The Fortune 500 and S&P 500 company has its presence in 29 states providing communications services to urban, suburban and rural communities.
Meanwhile, the popular stores, in Norwalk and Pomona operate from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m for Saturdays while they remained closed on Sundays.