Posted October 05, 2018 06:47:00The Frontier Communications network will need to be upgraded in 2018, as the company continues to deal with Hurricane Harvey.

Frontier announced last week that the number of wireless subscribers in the United States was down 7 percent from the same point last year, as more customers left the service than came back.

The company has been in the midst of a network overhaul that aims to give customers more choice.

As part of the plan, Frontier will upgrade the frequency of its cellular network to 2G and 3G, the company said.

But there are other changes that need to happen.

The company has said that it plans to upgrade the number and quality of LTE data services.

The plans are not set in stone, but Frontier said it would be doing so by the end of 2018.

That means Frontier will have to upgrade its 3G network to 4G, which is more capable than the current 2G network.

That could mean more customers will be on Frontier’s LTE network, which it said has reached 4G speeds.

But Frontier also has to upgrade 3G to 3.5G and 4G to 4.5GHz.

Those upgrades are expected to take about a year, Frontier said in a statement.

But it is not the only company making these kinds of changes.

Other companies are also in the process of trying to upgrade their networks. 

Apple, which operates the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch, announced in October that it is also looking at upgrading its network.

In December, Verizon, the country’s second-largest wireless carrier, announced that it was looking to upgrade network speeds in the face of a growing number of mobile hotspots and other network disruptions.

It has also started the process to upgrade mobile broadband speeds, though it has not yet announced the exact changes it is planning.

Verizon said it has been upgrading speeds on all of its networks since last year.