The Frontier internet service that will be offered in India will be a lot cheaper than the standard internet service offered by the Indian government, a company executive said on Friday.
“Frontier Internet service is a lot less expensive than what we offer,” Frontier Communications CEO Kevin Ehrlich said during a conference call with reporters.
Frontier will offer a monthly price of $100 (Rs.
16,000) per month, which is about half of the rate offered by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government.
Frontier, which offers internet services in the US, France, and the UK, has been pushing its technology to a wide range of companies, including Netflix, Amazon, and Netflix.
Ehrlich also said Frontier will be offering an unlimited data plan that allows the company to offer the same services as in the United States.
Frontier is one of a handful of internet service providers offering free internet in India, with several others also offering similar services in India.
Internet providers in India often charge a fee for data and have the option of using a tiered data plan.
Frontier is one such provider that has announced plans to offer its service at a much lower rate, with Frontier offering free data for the first three months and then paying the fee per month thereafter.