Frontiers customer service has a new app that lets you ask your buddies to help out with a problem.
It’s the first step in the “Frontier” social network, which aims to give customers more control over their digital lives.
The app, called “Frontiers Friend”, is an extension of the company’s existing “Fronties” app, which lets customers ask friends to help them solve problems.
It is one of several tools that Frontiers is developing that will let customers manage their digital life more efficiently.
The app works like this: If you go to the front of the queue, you’ll see a button labeled “Ask Friend”.
Users can tap the button to make an offer.
The offer will be delivered to the friend’s account, which in turn can be used to send the offer to the other friend.
For example, if you want to buy something on Amazon, you could send an offer to a friend who’s in the process of checking out that item.
This process could take a few minutes, but it can get you closer to the product you want.
If you want your friend to tell you when the next Uber will be on its way to the store, you can add a new “Ask Uber” option.
This will let your friend know that you’re there.
You can also make an app call, so your friend can answer your questions.
A friend could call you up to ask how to get to the nearest Walmart, or tell you how to buy an item.
The app could even suggest an item to your friend so they can pick it up.
This isn’t the first time Frontiers has taken on the world of digital friendship.
In 2015, the company launched its “Frontlines” service, which let customers ask other customers for help in the areas of the shopping experience that were most important to them.
The service expanded to include everything from online shopping to car rental.