Frontier customer bought his own router - but has to pay $10 rental fee anyway [telecom]

Buying your own router instead of renting one from an ISP is one of
the few reliable ways to save money on a broadband bill.
But what if you buy and use your own router and the broadband provider
still charges you a $10-per-month rental fee? That's the bitter
reality for Frontier Communications customers such as Rich Son of
Texas.
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Monty Solomon
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