FTC, Six States, and Two California Counties Sue Frontier for Misrepresenting DSL Speeds


The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), and the states of Arizona, Indiana, Michigan, North Carolina, and Wisconsin, as well as the California counties of Los Angeles and Riverside, have filed a lawsuit against Frontier Communications Corporation (Frontier), claiming Frontier misrepresented its Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) transmission speeds to consumers.  The suit also contends that Frontier billed consumers for a more expensive Internet service tier than it provided.

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