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Xfinity Internet, TV, Mobile, Bundles

Internet
  • $29.99– $299.95/mo.
  • 15 Mbps–2,000 Mbps
  • Fastest speeds available
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TV
  • $49.99– $84.99/mo.
  • Xfinity Digital TV
  • 140–260+ channels
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Mobile
  • $15/mo.
  • Verizon 5G LTE data
  • Affordable mobile service
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Bundles
  • Start at $79.99/mo.
  • Up to 260 channels and 1,000 Mbps
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Easiest Ways to Save on Xfinity

  • Get packages in a bundle
  • Select a mid-range package
  • Switch products to get the introductory price

Xfinity Availability

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Xfinity pros and cons

Comcast services are reasonably priced. Some are overpriced, but you can get bargains too, such as Xfinity Mobile.

Comcast has a reputation for extremely terrible customer service, but they have made great strides here. Your customer experience is likely to be between “fine” and “great”.

Pros

  • Widely available
  • Fastest internet provider
  • Offers No-contract plans
  • Reliable service
  • Self-installation process is easy

Cons

  • Inconsistently priced by region
  • No-contract plans are expensive
  • Data caps and overage fees
  • Equipment is overpriced (consider bringing your own)

Xfinity fees

  • Xfinity charges some additional cable TV fees.
  • Xfinity has data overage fees, but high caps make this unlikely for most users.
  • Xfinity charges $11.99/month for the Xfi Wireless Gateway. Avoid this by using your own cable modem and router.

Best Xfinity Packages

Best Xfinity Internet Package

 

Xfinity Performance Pro

Speeds up to
200
Mbps download

From
$4999/mo

For the first 12 months with a 1-year agreement.

Xfinity is the fastest internet provider. For most people the Performance Pro package is the best mix of fast speeds at a reasonable price. You don’t need 2 Gpbs.

Browse All Xfinity Internet Plans

 

Xfinity TV

Our pick:

Xfinity Digital Preferred

220+ channels

From
$5999/mo

For the first 12 months with a 1-year agreement.

Originally founded as a cable company in the 1960s, Comcast continues to offer cable TV service under the brand name Xfinity. The Xfinity Preferred TV package gives you 220 digital channels to choose from, including STARZ® ENCORE, NFL Network, Discovery, TNT, History, Disney, BBC America, and more. We picked this package because it delivers sports and movies, without a premium price tag. Learn about TV packages here.

Xfinity Mobile

Our pick:

Xfinity Mobile Unlimited

5G included at no extra cost

From
$4500/mo

per line

*After monthly limit of 20 GB is reached, data will be slowed to 1.5 G.

Xfinity Mobile lets you pack in savings on your cellphone plan if you’re up to some hotspotting. Although it’s only available to Xfinity internet customers, this cellphone plan is worth checking out. Discover the pros and cons of on our Xfinity Mobile page.

Xfinity bundles

Our pick:

Xfinity X1 Starter Pro Double Play

Xfinity Internet

Xfinity Digital Starter
140+ channels

Speeds up to
150
Mbps download

From
$7999/mo

For the first 12 months.

Although originally known for cable TV service (under the name Comcast), Xfinity offers five different services for your home: internet, cable TV, home phone, mobile phone, and home security services. Bundle the services you need to streamline your bills, avoid extra installation fees, and save money.

Learn more about Xfinity.

Xfinity vs. Frontier

We’ll give you the pros and cons of Xfinity and Frontier so you can make the best choice.

Read more about Xfinity vs. Frontier

CenturyLink vs. Xfinity

Trying to decide between CenturyLink and Xfinity? Weigh your options with this expert guide.

Read more about CenturyLink vs. Xfinity

Xfinity Installation Guide

Get the scoop on how to easily install your Xfinity internet service.

 

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Our verdict

Xfinity is available in 39 states and counting, which means it’s one of the larger internet service and cable providers in the country. Although Xfinity has had low customer service ratings in the past, Xfinity customer service ratings bumped up last year according to J.D. Power ratings.

While we really like Xfinity’s Wi-Fi hotspot network, Xfinity services are on the pricier side. Still, if you’re looking for the fastest internet in the US, Xfinity is sure to please.

Xfinity FAQ

How do you use an Xfinity hotspot?

If you’re wondering how to use Xfinity’s Wi-Fi hotspots, here’s what you need to know.

Xfinity internet customers have free access to millions of Wi-Fi hotspots around the country. Using an Xfinity hotspot is free for all Xfinity customers with a Performance or above internet service package.

If you’ve never used one before, here are the steps:

  1. Once you’ve got your Xfinity internet service set up and your username and password, download the Xfinity app on iTunes or Google Play to the device you want to connect to the hotspot.
  2. Sign in to the app and search for Xfinity Wi-Fi zones on the map. Or you can use the free Wi-Fi map on the main Xfinity website.
  3. Find a hotspot, go to it, and then open settings in your phone.
  4. Toggle the Wi-Fi button to “on” and then look for a network called “xfinitywifi.” (They’re all called this.)
  5. Enter your Xfinity customer username and password.

Click “Remember” and you won’t have to sign in every time you use a particular hotspot.

Does Xfinity have Early Termination Fees?

Xfinity has Early Termination Fees (ETFs) on some plans and not on others. Xfinity does offer contract-free internet and TV plans, but you will have to pay more each month if you don’t have a contract.

The advantage to contract-free service, of course, is that you won’t be required to pay an ETF if you have to move or cancel your plan. Early Termination Fees cost up to $20 for every month you have remaining on your contract, so if you sign a two-year contract but move away after a year, you might have to pay up to a $240 ETF.

Xfinity contracts are 12 months or 24 months. Signing up without a contract will cost you $10 or more per month, per service.

How good are Xfinity upload speeds?

Xfinity upload speeds vary based on the download speed and the technology used to deliver your internet service. If you want the fastest upload speed, go with the Xfinity fiber plan (2,000 Mbps), which has upload speeds up to 35 Mbps.

This is typical of cable internet plans, where the upload speed lags behind the download speed considerably. Of course, an Xfinity fiber plan comes at a price—it costs around $300 per month.