Get Free Mobile for Two Years With Xfinity Internet
You can get a free mobile phone plan for two years when you sign up for Xfinity.
Xfinity is best known for its internet and TV packages, but it’s made inroads into the world of cell phones as well with an MVNO cellular brand called Xfinity Mobile. And a new promotion gets you 24 months of Xfinity Mobile’s Unlimited Intro plan when you bundle it with an internet plan with speeds of 400Mbps or faster.
It’s a killer deal that can save you $360 or more, depending on the price of your current phone plan. Read on to learn more.
Is this Xfinity deal legit?
Yes, this deal is legit. We looked into it and confirmed with Xfinity that you get exactly what the internet provider has offered.
Why is Xfinity offering wireless service basically for free?
Our take is that Xfinity is handing out free cellular service in an effort to compete against 5G home internet. Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T have all rolled out 5G internet services over the past few years, and they’re trying to peel customers away from cable internet with low prices, promo offers, and bundle discounts.
Along with most other cable internet companies, Xfinity now boasts of a cellular brand—Xfinity Mobile. This MVNO operator uses Verizon’s network to give users access to 5G and 4G LTE speeds. Xfinity Mobile plans net you a simple but affordable wireless package with unlimited talk, text, and data, no contracts, and no cancellation fees.
Is bundling Xfinity internet with a mobile plan really worth it? Our bundle guide has the full breakdown of how it all works.
How do you get the Xfinity deal?
You can get the Xfinity deal when you sign up for an Xfinity internet plan with speeds of 400Mbps or faster. Of course, you need to make sure you can get Xfinity in your area before you can get the offer. Run a search with your zip code below to see if Xfinity is available where you live.Check Availability
Here’s what you get with your Xfinity mobile and internet deal
Xfinity Mobile’s Unlimited Intro plan gives you unlimited talk and text along with 20GB of high-speed data each month. You get access to both 5G and 4G LTE networks, and you get unlimited 3G data for hotspot tethering.
It’s a basic plan, and your network connection may slow during times of congestion when Verizon prioritizes its own users’ data before Xfinity’s customers. But the plan is great because it’s cheap. After 24 months, the price for Unlimited Intro goes back to its normal rate of $45 per month—which still costs a lot less than most carriers’ flagship unlimited plans.
Pro tip: Find more internet and mobile bundles
Xfinity isn’t the only internet provider that’s stepped into the mobile phone space—you can also get killer deals from Spectrum, Optimum, and other providers. Read our guide to the best internet and mobile bundles for a full breakdown of your bundle options.
Qualifying Xfinity internet plans
|Fast||$55.00/mo. *||400Mbps||View Plans|
|Superfast||$65.00/mo. *||800Mbps||View Plans|
|Ultrafast||$75.00/mo. *||1,000Mbps||View Plans|
|Gigabit Extra||$80.00/mo. **||1,200Mbps||View Plans|
*For 24 months. No term contract. Taxes and equipment not included. Includes $10/mo. automatic payments and paperless billing discount.
**No term contract. Taxes not included. Includes $10/mo. automatic payments and paperless billing discount.
Xfinity Mobile plans
|Plan||Price||High-speed data||Hotspot data||View plans|
|Unlimited Intro||$45.00/mo.||20GB||Unlimited 3G||View Plans|
|Unlimited Plus||$55.00/mo.||30GB||5GB of high-speed data||View Plans|
|Unlimited Premium||$65.00/mo.||50GB||15GB of high-speed data||View Plans|
|By the Gig||$15.00–$60.00/mo.||1GB, 3GB, or 10GB||1–10GB of high-speed data||View Plans|
Author - Peter Holslin
Peter Holslin has more than a decade of experience working as a writer and freelance journalist. He graduated with a BA in liberal arts and journalism from New York City’s The New School University in 2008 and went on to contribute to publications like Rolling Stone, VICE, BuzzFeed, and countless others. At HighSpeedInternet.com, he focuses on covering 5G, nerding out about frequency bands and virtual RAN, and producing reviews on emerging services like 5G home internet. He also writes about internet providers and packages, hotspots, VPNs, and Wi-Fi troubleshooting.