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Frontier Communications Files For Bankruptcy

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Frontier Communications filed for bankruptcy this week. It’s more than $10 billion in debt. The company provides broadband service in Connecticut and 28 other states. It employs more than 2,000 people in Connecticut.

The Norwalk-based company has seen several years of declining revenues and a loss of subscribers who have “cut the cord” from its cable TV and phone service. 

A company spokesman said service to customers would not be interrupted as a result of the bankruptcy.

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