it is possible to combine below two sentences in two one

1. as frequently as someone wants to connect. 2. as long as someone wants to connect.

can it be used -- as frequently and long as someone wants to connect.

By the word "connect", I'm mean long and frequent contact between people, maybe over a phone line.

  • I don't know if this is you exact intended context, but given the worsening Covid19 situation, perhaps ISPs say they will continue to provide full broadband access as frequently and for as long as anyone wants to connect. Maybe replace frequently by often, giving the relatively common collocation as often and for as long as... – FumbleFingers Reinstate Monica Mar 20 at 16:33
  • @FumbleFingersReinstateMonica -- This is exactly what I was looking for. You made my day. Thank you – s_singh83 Mar 21 at 6:42

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