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  • Stream/download videos and share files and photos

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Frontier Bundles Help You Save in California

Get all the home services you need in The Golden State with bundled service from Frontier Communications. When you sign up for Phone, Internet, and TV from Frontier in California, you'll get all three services on one bill, for one low price. Here are a few of the benefits you will enjoy with a bundled package from Frontier:

  • Unlimited Local Calling
  • Unlimited Nationwide Calling available
  • FiberOptic Internet from Frontier
  • Max download speeds as fast as 940 Mbps (where available)
  • FREE 24/7 Tech Support
  • up to 385 Channels

Working From Home in California? You Could Be Saving Big Time

Working from home is a growing trend in America. More and more companies are giving their employees the option to work remotely either full-time or part-time, and people are taking advantage of it. According to recent data from the US Census¹, 3.3 percent of workers in the US worked from home in 2000, five percent in 2016, and 5.2 percent—about 8 million–worked from home in 2017.

Work/life balance and a flexible schedule can be hard to come by with a typical 9-5 job. With the emphasis of life being less about “the job” and more about personal fulfillment, working from home has proven to be a great way for employees to stay productive while avoiding burnout. A two-year study conducted by Stanford University² on the productivity of at-home workers resulted in an “astounding boost.” But productivity isn’t the only thing to be gained when businesses allow workers to telecommute. As indicated by Fundera³, two-thirds of managers who offer telecommuting flexibility say it enables their business to save over $11,000⁴ each year. Working remotely also saves workers from the headache of a daily commute, avoiding wear and tear on vehicles, and the financial burden of gas each day.

So how much do employees save when they work from home? decided to find out.

Map of California with the following 10 cities named: Modesto, Moreno Valley, Chula Vista, Stockton, Oxnard, San Bernardino, Bakersfield, Oceanside, Santa Clarita, Fontant

Interesting Facts About Working From Home

  • Modesto residents who work from home save the most money on gas in California: $1,612.15 per year. That’s enough to buy a tall Starbucks Frappuccino every day of the year and still have over $400 left.
  • San Francisco saves the least on gas with an average savings of $894.03 per year.
  • Modesto workers who don’t work from home spend an average of 27.5 minutes per one-way commute. This isn’t too surprising, considering 27 percent of them commute more than 50 miles each day. Compare that to Glendale where only 6 percent of workers drive more than 50 miles each day.
  • Two-thirds of Americans drive alone to work.
  • The average American spends over 100 hours a year commuting to work. That’s two and a half weeks’ worth of working hours spent driving.

Worth Your Weight in Gas: California’s Commute Compared to Fuel Savings

 RankAverage distance (mi)Average gas priceAverage gas savings (wfh)
Moreno Valley220.06$3.77$1,572.76
Chula Vista318.93$3.82$1,504.05
San Bernardino618.35$3.76$1,434.93
Santa Clarita917.39$3.83$1,385.15


We looked at the 25 most populated cities in California. For each city, we used data from the US Census Bureau to determine the average commute distance for people that lived in each city. We used the average gas price from Gas Buddy for the city as listed on June 16. Assuming a 25 mpg car and working 260 days (5 days a week for 52 weeks), we then calculated the annual gas savings if you worked from home in each city.