Frontier Communications Corp (NASDAQ:FTR) Add Nest Protect And Nest Cam To Product Portfolio

Frontier Secure, a service arm of Frontier Communications Corp (NASDAQ:FTR) added two new products named as the Nest Protect and Nest Cam to its product portfolio. Since June 2015, the company has marketed the Nest Learning Thermostat™ retail priced at $249 for just $99 to its new High-Speed Internet clients.

The buzz

Also, the company is offering the product to the existing High-Speed Internet clients who choose to upgrade their speed. As of September 1, 2015, the company commenced shipping the new, third-gen “Nest Learning thermostat” to all eligible customers. The clients can now save on the Nest Protect and Nest Cam with any new, qualifying High-Speed Internet package.

The new offerings

Frontier Secure reported that Nest Protect detects smoke and carbon monoxide from household fires. The unique product warns when there is a problem. It can be hushed from user mobile device, and the product messages on mobile device in case customer is not home. The second product Nest Cam helps customers watch the things that matters to them. It offers secure 1080p HD video, night vision, the ability to listen and talk, activity alerts and remote viewing to keep clients connected to pets, places and people from anywhere.

The various benefits

The next product, Nest Learning Thermostat, remembers the favored temperatures of customer, creates a custom schedule, and switches it off when customer is away. Frontier said that once the product knows the schedule, it can save customer nearly 10% to 12% on heating bills and almost 15% on cooling bills. It can even adjust the temperature anytime from anywhere, using a tablet, laptop or Smartphone.

The third-gen Nest Thermostat boasts a high-resolution screen, a slimmer profile, and an updated user interface for easy readability of alerts, temperatures and messages. The management of Frontier Communications Corp (NASDAQ:FTR) said that with the addition of new products, the company is enhancing value to customers’ broadband experience.

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