Frontier has said it is in talks with Google about building an Android version of its online internet access platform, which it said would enable customers to manage their own internet access.
The online service provider said in a statement on Tuesday that it had begun discussions with the world’s biggest internet company about building a new app to facilitate internet access for customers.
It said it was also in talks to acquire another mobile internet service provider, which operates in India, but declined to elaborate.
Google has long been a dominant force in the internet, offering services such as YouTube and Google Maps.
Frontier has been building a mobile app that connects to its internet service to allow customers to connect to internet-connected devices such as tablets, phones and home routers.
Frontier also runs an app called Frontier Hotspot that lets users use internet services through a range of connected devices, including routers and smart TVs.
The online access service will allow customers access to websites, social networking sites and email.
Frontier plans to sell the app to third-party developers, but it is unclear whether the app will be free to use or for a premium price.
A spokesman for Google declined to comment.
The US technology giant has a reputation for offering high-quality services but has struggled to compete with the growing popularity of Amazon and Microsoft.