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Xfinity, a brand of Comcast Communications, offers television, Internet, phone services, home security, and other wireless services to residential and commercial areas nationwide. Comcast was founded by Ralph Roberts in 1963 to provide telephone and television services and has been providing a variety of services since then. Comcast and their 164,000 employees provide services to 26.5 million customers in 20 states.
Xfinity provides three main types of bundles: Double Play, Triple Play, and Quad Play bundles. Each of these adds a new tier or facet to the one before and each has a variety of options designed with you in mind. Xfinity understands that not everyone has the same needs when it comes to technology. Because of this, they’ve provided enough variety in the packages that each lifestyle should be able to find something that works for them.
Double Play packages include Internet and television. That way, you can catch your favorite streaming series and still stay up-to-date on The Bachelor before Twitter spoils the finale for you. This is a perfect slim bundle to make sure you’re getting the best of both worlds.
Triple Play packages add a landline phone into the mix, which can be great if you have a home office or get poor cell phone reception in your home and need a landline phone to ensure you can call all of your friends to catch up on sports — or who got the rose this week.
Xfinity also provides Quad Play packages. These include all four services: television, Internet, phone, and home security. These packages can include services like Netflix or HBO, as well as 24/7 home monitoring and security. That way, you can keep your home secure while you’re binge-watching your favorite shows.
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Xfinity is available in 39 of the 50 states. To see the full list, visit this page.
You can drop your Xfinity equipment off at Xfinity Customer Service Centers or stores. To find the closest one to you, check here.
Most bundles offer a variety of choices when it comes to channels so you can make sure you’re paying for the kinds of channels you and your household want to watch. They have 150 Mbps Internet paired with 10 cable channels, 250 Mbps Internet with 200+ cable channels including premium channels like Showtime and many other options.
Comcast and Xfinity are available in major cities across the United States including New York, Chicago, Boston, Miami, Seattle, San Francisco, Minneapolis, Tampa, Pittsburgh, and Kansas City.