Xfinity Home Internet Review: Plans, Prices, Coverage and More (2023)

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  • Good variety of plans
  • Some of the fastest residential plans available
  • Above average scores in almost all customer satisfaction metrics

Don't Like

  • Data caps for some plans
  • Contracts often required to get the lowest price
  • Steep jump from promo price to regular rates
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In October, Comcast revealed it isincreasing internet speeds on nearly all its Xfinity tiers. That came soon after the company announced in September that Xfinity was rolling out multigigabit tiers to approximately three dozen cities this year and many more by 2025.

Xfinity is the nation's largest cable internet service provider, but does that automatically make it the best? It's easy to be impressed by the variety of internet speed plans offered, but my eyes glazed over as I dug into the details.

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With Xfinity, some plans require you to sign a one-year contract, others require a two-year commitment, and some require no contract at all. Beyond that, you'll need to contend with a data cap each month (again, not on all plans, but with some), and you can expect the price of your plan to increase over time, sometimes by more than 50% of the initial charge.

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Headaches like that are par for the course with ISPs, making it difficult to tell if you're getting a good deal on your home's internet connection. Still, Xfinity is available to more than one-third of the country, and it's the fastest option available for many in that footprint. It's worth understanding what you might get, especially if you feel the need for speed and fiber isn't an option for your area or address.

Xfinity internet plans and prices

Depending on where you live, Xfinity offers up to seven different internet plans, and if you want the best price, you'll likely have to shackle yourself to a contract. Also, all prices in the charts reflect the automatic payment option. Otherwise, you'll need to add $10 monthly if you choose to forgo the paperless billing discount. Here are the specifics:

Xfinity home internet plans (West division)

Plan Max speeds First-year promo rate Standard rate (after promo period) Equipment fee Data cap Term agreement
Connect 75Mbps download, 10Mbps upload $25 $50 (after 24 months) $14 gateway rental (skippable) Yes (1.2TB) None
Connect More 200Mbps download, 10Mbps upload $40 $60 (after 24 months) $14 gateway rental (skippable) Yes (1.2TB) None
Fast 400Mbps download, 10Mbps upload $55 $70 (after 24 months) $25 gateway rental (included for 24 months) None None
Superfast 800Mbps download, 15Mbps upload $65 $80 (after 24 months) $25 gateway rental (included for 24 months)
None None
Ultrafast 1,000Mbps download, 20Mbps upload $75 $90 (after 24 months) $25 gateway rental (included for 24 months)
None None
Gigabit Extra 1,200Mbps download, 35Mbps upload $80 $100 (after 24 months) $25 gateway rental (included for 24 months)
None None
Gigabit Pro 6,000Mbps download, 6,000Mbps upload $300 $300 $25 gateway rental (required) None 2 years

Xfinity home internet plans (Central division)

Plan Max speeds First-year promo rate Standard rate (after promo period) Equipment fee Data cap Term agreement
Connect 75Mbps download, 10Mbps upload $30 $49 $14 gateway rental (skippable) Yes (1.2TB) 1 year
Connect More 200Mbps download, 10Mbps upload $45 $69 $14 gateway rental (skippable) Yes (1.2TB) None
Fast 400Mbps download, 10Mbps upload $55 $79 $25 gateway rental (included for 12 months)
None None
Superfast 800Mbps download, 15Mbps upload $70 $89 $25 gateway rental (included for 12 months)
None None
Ultrafast 1,000Mbps download, 20Mbps upload $75 $99 $25 gateway rental (included for 12 months) None None
Gigabit Extra 1,200Mbps download, 35Mbps upload $80 $109 (after 24 months) $25 gateway rental (included for 24 months) None None
Gigabit Pro 6,000Mbps download, 6,000Mbps upload $300 $300 $25 gateway rental (required) None 2 years

Xfinity home internet plans (Northeast division)

Plan Max speeds First-year promo rate Standard rate (after promo period) Equipment fee Data cap Term agreement
Performance Starter 75Mbps download, 10Mbps upload $65 $65 $14 gateway rental (skippable) No None
Performance 200Mbps download, 10Mbps upload $84 $84 $14 gateway rental (skippable) No None
Performance Pro 400Mbps download, 10Mbps upload $30 $92 (after 24 months) $14 gateway rental (skippable) No 1 year
Blast! 800Mbps download, 20Mbps upload $60 $97 (after 24 months) $14 gateway rental (skippable) No None
Extreme Pro 1,000Mbps download, 20Mbps upload $70 $102 (after 24 months) $14 gateway rental (skippable) No None
Gigabit Plus 1,200Mbps download, 35Mbps upload $80 $107 (after 24 months) $14 gateway rental (skippable) No
Gigabit Pro 6,000Mbps download, 6,000Mbps upload $300 $300 $20 gateway rental (required) No 2 years

Xfinity internet plans and pricing vary depending on your area

Yep, Comcast offers slightly different rates from region to region. Some of the differences are negligible -- the gigabit plan in all three regions is $70 to $75 per month -- but further variance can be found in the introductory 75Mbps plans. In the Central and West regions, you'll find monthly rates of $25 to $30, but Northeast customers see a starting price of $65 for the same speed. What gives?

"We're a regional provider and market and price our products based on individual local market dynamics," an Xfinity spokesperson told CNET. "That's why our costs can be different on a market-by-market basis."

Not sure that answers the question, though. Sure, a gallon of milk can cost you $4.50 in New Yorkbut $3.50 in Denver -- but why is the East Coast's monthly price of a 75Mbps plan more than three times what a customer in Colorado pays? That's simply poor value for our friends in the Northeast.

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These varying prices won't be of much concern or consequence to the average consumer. But considering Xfinity is available in 39 states, it may come into play for those moving from one part of the country to another and facing some significant sticker shock.

Breaking down Xfinity's pricing and value per Mbps

One big consideration with Xfinity plans is the sometimes stark contrast between your enticing promo price and a more costly regular rate. To be fair, most ISPs try to lure customers with competitive introductory prices that eventually balloon into a high monthly fee. That's not singular to Comcast Xfinity, but you might be surprised at just how steep those price increases are.

For example, if your household wanted a higher-tiered selection like the gigabit plan, you would initially pay $75 a month. That's a competitive rate. However, once your promo period passes, your monthly bill will jump to an average of $96. Even more dramatic is the jump for customers trying to keep their costs down with the 400Mbps plan. It goes from an average promo rate of $47 monthly to $80 per month. That's more than just a tiny blip: That's a hefty bounce of 70%!

Price jumps aside, Xfinity's regular rates -- the amount you'll pay each month after the cost goes up -- aren't all that unreasonable. For instance, the cost per Mbps of the regular rate across all plans is 39 cents, which is right about in the middle of what customers can expect to pay for cable internet service. It's not as low as Spectrum's 25 cents per Mbps standard cost but much more affordable than the average 80 cents per Mbps that Cox offers for its regular rates.

Take time to decide which Xfinity internet plan is right for you

Many ISPs offer three or four plan options, so you could get overwhelmed when looking at the seven across the Xfinity grid. But there's no need to panic. We've got a helpful primer on how much speed you really need. Give that a read, pick a plan that aligns with your average usage, and don't be afraid to be conservative. If you find your plan insufficient for your needs, Xfinity will always be happy to bump you to a faster (and more expensive) plan.

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Xfinity internet connection types

One detail you may have noticed in the plan tables is the discrepancy between the download and uploadspeeds. This is because Xfinity Internet relies almost solely on hybrid fiber-coaxial cable connections to provide service to subscribers' homes. HFC offers speeds much faster than those typically offered by DSL, satellite and fixed wireless networks. Still, due to the asymmetrical nature of the connection, your download speeds will always be much higher than your upload speeds. That's the main reason cable falls short of the performance of fiber-to-the-home networks.

Most of us pay closer attention to download speeds because they affect our ability to watch movies, listen to new music or stream our favorite shows without that nagging buffering. That said, as more of us work from home, our ability to upload files is becoming more critical. For example,Zoom recommends at least 2Mbpsfor single-screen usage of its platform. If you have two people on separate Zoom calls simultaneously, or if you're on an important work call while your kids are gaming online, you could potentially run into issues very quickly on some of these plans.

While most of its footprint features HFC, Xfinity offers an FTTH option with its top-speed plan, Gigabit Pro. That plan is only available in select homes equipped for it, so you'll need to request a site survey to ensure that serviceability is even possible. Our Comcast sources also tell us that Xfinity is focusing on finding ways to utilize existing cable connections to achieve the symmetrical speeds we commonly associate with fiber rather than chasing after additional fiber deployments.

Xfinity internet availability

Xfinity internet plans are available in 39 states and Washington, DC. Here's the full lineup:

Alabama Kentucky North Carolina
Arizona Louisiana Ohio
Arkansas Maine Oregon
California Maryland Pennsylvania
Colorado Massachusetts South Carolina
Connecticut Michigan Tennessee
Delaware Minnesota Texas
Florida Mississippi Utah
Georgia Missouri Vermont
Idaho New Hampshire Virginia
Illinois New Jersey Washington
Indiana New Mexico West Virginia
Kansas New York Wisconsin

Do you live in one of these states and are trying to determine whether you're eligible for Xfinity service? You can check your address using the internet serviceability tool at the bottom or top of this page.

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Here's what'll be on your Xfinity internet bill

It's always a good idea to take some time to read the fine print. If you're planning out your budget, you want to ensure you've allotted the proper amount for your internet service. After all, it's not just about the starting monthly fee.

Additional monthly fees

Regarding monthly fees, the promo rate assumes a $10-per-month discount for enrolling in automatic payments and paperless billing. If you choose not to go that route, you can expect an additional $10 per month on your bill. Also, as we mentioned above, your monthly rate will convert to a much higher regular rate after your promo rate ends.

You'll also be charged another $14 a month for the xFi Gateway, a sleek modem-router combo exclusive to Xfinity that features free security measures, parental controls over your home's Wi-Fi and full tech support.

Or, you could go with Comcast's xFi Complete, which includes unlimited data and a complimentary gateway upgrade after three years. That'll run you $25 per month, though Xfinity currently has a deal where you pay $15 monthly for two years.

Finally, Xfinity allows you to use your own modem and router, but your equipment must be compatible with its service. Even if it is, you won't get the same technical support or device upgrades with the xFi. On the positive side, if you use your own modem and router with the 400Mbps plan or above, you'll get a $10 per month discount on your monthly bill in several of Comcast's regions. However, you'll be tethered to Xfinity's 1.2TB data cap -- unless you pay an additional $30 a month for unlimited data.

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Xfinity's one-time installation fee

If you would like a technician to activate your service and verify all your home connections, then you'll incur a charge of $100. Xfinity does let you bypass this additional cost by selecting self-install, meaning it'll ship you a Getting Started kit and you can activate the service on your own, using the Xfinity app. That will cost you $15 in most markets, though some areas will see no charge.

Xfinity internet data-usage plan

Sadly, Xfinity enforces a monthly data cap, set at 1.2TB (1,200GB) of data each month. That said, data limits do not apply to customers in the Northeast market and to certain plans across all three regions. It should be noted that several other ISPs -- including Frontier, Verizon and cable competitors Spectrum and WOW -- offer unlimited data with your monthly fee. So Xfinity falls behind some of its challengers regarding data caps.

That said, what does 1.2TB of data get you? If you want to binge all four seasons of Stranger Things in glorious Ultra HD, you can expect to use up to 7GB per hour of viewing time. The latestQ3 2022 report from OpenVault noted that the average monthly household bandwidth usage was 495GB, so a majority of customers should be able to stay under Xfinity's monthly data limit.

If you find your household using more than the given 1.2TB of data per month, you'll be charged an additional $10 for each increment of 50GB you exceed. The maximum monthly overage charge is $100. Xfinity does have an Unlimited Data Option, which will cost you an additional $30 a month, but it'll keep you well under that $100 monthly overage threshold. Still, on average, it's only really worth it if you'll incur at least three overage charges per month.

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Bundles, freebies and perks

We've talked about the not-so-hidden additional fees you might expect to incur when signing up for internet service. You will also find freebies or enticing extras when you sign up for broadband with Xfinity.

First, since Comcast Xfinity offers multiple services, you can potentially get another $10-$30 a month off your internet bill for two years if you have an active, qualifying Xfinity Mobile line.

Next up, because Xfinity also offers TV, home security, voice and mobile services, several bundle deals can help you knock $10 or more a month off your regular bill. Like the tables we listed above, the exact bundle deals vary by region. Still, all customers should have the option of nearly 10 types of bundles, ranging from Double Play options (internet plus another service) to premium bundle packages that include internet, TV and streaming, phone and home security.

Third, you'll have access to over 20 million Xfinity hotspots across the country. That means you'll have free Wi-Fi connectivity when you're on the go.

Free Xfinity streaming with Flex

Finally, you can add theXfinity Flex 4K streaming TV box and voice remote for free. This will give you access to popular streaming apps and lots of free content.

Xfinity hovers above most in customer satisfaction

Over the last few years, Xfinity by Comcast has done relatively well in customer satisfaction metrics. When you look at the most recent American Customer Satisfaction Index numbers, Xfinity remains above the industry average. Its current score is 66 out of a possible 100 points. That puts it above the industry average of 64 and good enough for first place among all cable providers and fourth among all ISPs, trailing only Verizon Fios, T-Mobile Home Internet and .

Hopping over to the J.D. Power 2022 US Residential Internet Service Provider Satisfaction Study, Xfinity consistently ranked in the top third for overall customer satisfaction. The study uses a 1,000-point scale and breaks the country into four geographic regions -- West, South, North Central and East. Xfinity did well in each region, with an average score of 714 points across all of them. That was good enough for second place in the East (behind Verizon), fifth in the North Central (behind Midco, AT&T, CenturyLink and WideOpenWest), second in the South (again, behind AT&T) and second in the West (behind, you guessed it, AT&T).

Let's recap

Comcast Xfinity is the largest cable internet provider in the country, with relatively strong customer service scores and gigabit service available across the entire coverage map. Addresses equipped with a fiber-to-the-home connection might even be able to sign up for speeds of 6,000Mbps, one of the fastest residential internet plans in the country. Unless a dedicated fiber provider offers service in your area, the odds are good that Xfinity is your fastest option.

Just watch out for the company's price hikes after your promo period. Though most providers will raise your bill after the first year, Xfinity's increases can be particularly steep, especially in the Northeast and Central divisions. You'll also need to contend with Xfinity's data cap, though at 1.2TB, most households should be able to manage just fine without going over. If all of that sounds workable, then Xfinity is well worth consideration.

Xfinity Internet FAQs

Is Comcast the same as Xfinity?

Yes. Comcast owns Xfinity andlaunched the brand back in 2010. Comcast offers internet, TV, home security and phone services under the Xfinity brand.

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What is the phone number for Xfinity?

The Xfinity customer service phone number is 800-934-6489. If you want to bypass the phones, you can contact Xfinity online atXfinity Support, where you can chat with a representative at all hours of the day, find an Xfinity location near you or visit a variety of help and support forums.

Where can I find info on Xfinity's privacy policy?

TheXfinity Privacy Policyis fairly easy to find on its site. Even better, it's surprisingly thorough and helpful for customers.

For example, there are easy-to-follow instructions on how customers can control what data Comcast/Xfinity collects. In fact, the company'sManage opt-outs pagealso includes guidance on how to opt out of data collection via Facebook, Twitter, Google Analytics and more.

"If we share your personal information with other companies for their own marketing and advertising activities, we will first get your consent," the policy reads, before noting those choices for opting in or out of data-driven marketing.

"We do not sell, and have never sold, information that identifies who you are to anyone," the policy states. "This includes your internet usage information, video usage information, or call detail information."

Does Xfinity offer the best internet plans?

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Xfinity has a variety of plans and it can boast one of the fastest plans for residential homes with its Gigabit Pro offering. But whether it offers the best internet plan for your home depends on your address, and which other providers may be available to you.


Is there a senior rate for Xfinity? ›

Xfinity currently does not offer any senior citizen discounts, per se. Instead, they offer an Internet Essentials plan designed and priced for low-income customers.

What is the normal monthly rate for Xfinity internet? ›

Current price: $19.99 per month

1-year term contract. Includes discounts. Taxes extra. Additional equipment fee may apply.

How do I get my Xfinity bill lowered? ›

How to Lower Your Xfinity Bill
  1. Choose a TV package with fewer channels.
  2. Lower your internet speed.
  3. Stop going over your data cap.
  4. Get rid of rental equipment.
  5. Negotiate your monthly cost.

Who is cheaper Verizon or Xfinity? ›

Cheapest starting price: Xfinity's plans start at just $30/mo., while Verizon's plans start at $39.99/mo. Fastest speeds: Xfinity's max speeds reach up to 2000 Mbps. Verizon's max speeds can reach up to 940 Mbps.

What is the cheapest Xfinity deal? ›

Cheapest Xfinity internet plans FAQ

Performance Starter is the cheapest Xfinity cable internet package. Performance Starter's price depends on which Xfinity region you live in: Connect (West): $24.99/mo., 75 Mbps download speed, 1.2 TB data cap. Connect (Central): $30.00/mo., 75 Mbps download speed, 1.2 TB data cap.

Will Xfinity lower my bill if I threaten to cancel? ›

That means that your cable company is going to be willing to give you a hefty discount to keep your subscription — but only if they actually think you're going to cancel otherwise. If they think you're just bluffing, then they have no reason to offer you a discount.

Does Xfinity charge monthly for router? ›

How much does it cost to rent a modem with Xfinity? A: It currently costs $14/mo. to rent a modem/router gateway device from Xfinity. That equals $168 each year.

How much does Xfinity internet go up after 12 months? ›

One thing to note about Xfinity internet plans is your price goes up after one year. With Connect, you'll pay $51 a month after a year, then $61 a month after two years. But when you look at each plan's cost per Mbps, the Connect and Connect More plan stacks up as the most expensive.

What are the best Xfinity packages? ›

Best Overall Xfinity Bundle

Xfinity's bundles don't get any better than the X1 Premier Triple Play. This powerhouse bundle includes fast internet, premium TV channels, and phone service. The internet service includes a top download speed of 250Mbps and 1,000GB of data per month.

What is the best Comcast internet package? ›

Best Xfinity Internet Plans
PlanSpeedBest For
Performance 2525MbpsBudget
Performance 6060MbpsSmall Household
Performance Pro 150150MbpsAverage Families
Gigabit1GbpsMultiple heavy gamers and streamers
Jan 12, 2021

How many Mbps should I have from Xfinity? ›

But we recommend an Xfinity plan with 100 Mbps or more if you work from home on a regular basis, have a home security system, or do some online gaming in your downtime. Xfinity's max download speed of 1,000 Mbps isn't really necessary unless you run a home business or are a creative professional.

Why is Xfinity bill so high? ›

A note on some recent Xfinity bills said that the latest rise in prices is “in response to increases in expenses impacting our services,” which includes retransmission costs imposed by TV networks.

Can I cancel my Xfinity cable and keep internet? ›

If you're wondering if you can keep your Xfinity Internet service while canceling your TV service, we're here to tell you that you can! You may not get as good of an internet deal if you cancel your bundle, but you'll still save money because you won't have to pay for a cable TV service you don't want anymore.

Can I get a discount on Xfinity? ›

Save up to $30/mo on Xfinity Internet and Mobile services

Xfinity is proud to participate in the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), which provides qualified households with a credit of up to $30/mo towards Internet and Mobile services. Am I eligible? Only eligible households may enroll.

Does Verizon have better internet than Xfinity? ›

Compare Verizon and Xfinity head to head

We'll come right out and say it—Verizon is the clear leader here. Verizon Fios fiber internet delivers fast, reliable internet speeds over its fiber network. Its upload speeds are much faster than most other internet providers, so it's great for gaming and uploading videos.

What is the difference between Comcast and Xfinity? ›

Xfinity and Comcast are the same thing. In fact, Xfinity and Comcast are different brands under the same umbrella if you will. Xfinity is the TV and internet service provider for consumers, while Comcast is the company that owns Xfinity.

Is Verizon or Comcast better for internet? ›

Xfinity: Internet speed and data caps. Both ISPs deliver great speeds, but Verizon Fios Home Internet's fiber network takes the win. Xfinity may have raised the stakes by boosting its top plan's speeds to 1,200 Mbps, but Verizon Fios Home Internet's top download speeds of up to 940 Mbps are nothing to laugh at.

What is Xfinity basic package? ›

Xfinity Basic provides access to at least 10 channels, and the selection varies by region. Some channels you can expect to see with Xfinity Basic include ABC, CBS, C-SPAN, C-SPAN 2, EWTN, FOX, Hallmark Channel, HISTORY, HSN, INSP, Jewelry Television, NBC, PBS, QVC, QVC2, QVC3, ShopHQ, The CW, and TV Land.

What are current Xfinity deals? ›

Xfinity Deals and Promotions
  • Get internet + streaming for $30/mo. when you add Xfinity Mobile.
  • Free Xfinity Wi-Fi hotspots.
  • Free Xfinity Flex 4K streaming box.

Can I downgrade my Xfinity to just internet? ›

Downgrades can only be done online or by contacting us. Downgrading Online: Visit Sign into your Xfinity account.

How do I get Comcast to waive cancellation fee? ›

Avoiding Comcast's Early Termination Fee
  1. Keep All Your Documents Handy:- ...
  2. Call the Retention Team at 1-800-266-2278. ...
  3. Make Sure You Ask for the Early Termination Fee to Be Waived. ...
  4. Escalate Request to Supervisor. ...
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How hard is it to cancel Xfinity internet? ›

Visit your local Xfinity Store. Complete a simple online cancellation form (we'll call you within two business days of receipt to confirm your request).

Can I buy a wifi router and not pay monthly? ›

There's never a fee to use your own router, but there usually is a fee ($5-10 extra per month) to rent a modem from your cable or phone company. Your alternative is to buy your own modem and router, or a combination modem+router unit, and contact the cable or phone company to set it up for your connection.

Does Xfinity give you a router or modem? ›

When you lease an Xfinity Wireless Gateway, the router is built into it. The Wireless Gateway acts as a modem (connection to the Internet) and a router (connecting multiple devices within the home).

Should I use my own router with Xfinity? ›

Unlike cable modems, you don't need a specific router for Xfinity's cable internet. But if you have Xfinity's Gigabit Extra (or just Gigabit, depending on where you live) plan, you need a router with a 2.5 Gbps WAN port or one that supports link aggregation for a 2 Gbps connection to the modem.

Is Xfinity raising prices in 2022? ›

Comcast is preparing another round of video service rate and associated fee increases that will kick in January 2022. The price of Choice TV Select will jump from $30 per month to $32.50—or from $37.50 to $41 with a set-top box included.

How much is Xfinity internet without cable? ›

Yes, Xfinity offers internet-only plans between $24.99 per month for 75 Mbps and $299.95 per month for 6,000 Mbps download speeds. Your exact Xfinity internet plans will depend on Xfinity's options in your area.

What are good internet speeds? ›

A good download speed is at least 100 Mbps, and a good upload speed is at least 10 Mbps.
Follow these tips as you determine your ideal internet speed
  • Take a speed test to learn what speed you have right now.
  • Get at least 25 Mbps download speeds if you regularly use Netflix, Zoom, and other popular apps.

Who is eligible for Xfinity affordable connectivity program? ›

Am I eligible for the Affordable Connectivity Program? Your entire household income is at or below twice the federal poverty level (for example, $55,500/year for a family of four, $27,180/year for an individual).

Can existing Xfinity customers get deals? ›

The majority of Xfinity's deals apply only to new subscribers, but current customers can sometimes get in on those deals by upgrading their service. Contact Xfinity customer service to find out if they're amenable to upgrading your current service and applying a deal.

What is the Comcast affordable connectivity program? ›

ACP is designed to help lower-income households connect to the Internet and stay connected. The Program provides eligible customers of participating broadband providers up to a $30/month ($75/month for Tribal lands) credit toward Internet and mobile services for the duration of the program.

What do Xfinity customers get for free? ›

Depending on how long you've been an Xfinity customer, you will be eligible for rewards such as movie nights, early access to games, Xfinity product discounts, family activities, sweepstakes, tickets, gift cards, etc., and they'll be refreshed regularly.

How can I get absolutely free internet? ›

Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, there are many emergency assistance programs currently available. But if you want completely free internet access for the rest of your life, your best options are NetZero or FreedomPop.

Will the government pay for my internet? ›

Most eligible families can receive a benefit of up to $30 per month applied to the cost of their internet service. ACP-eligible households who live on Tribal lands are eligible for a benefit of up to $75 per month.


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