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Xfinity Prepaid Services - Internet Prepaid & TV Prepaid - $80 Starter Kit and $45 30-day service (Select Markets)

DrRad 3,294 1,149 July 21, 2016 at 12:16 PM in Internet & Websites (8)
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Comcast [xfinityprepaid.com] today announced plans to roll out Xfinity Prepaid Services, a pay-as-you-go offering that lets people sign-up for TV or Internet service and "refill" their subscription any time they would like, for either seven or 30 days. The TV and Internet services, which come without a credit check or contract, will be available later this year starting in Illinois, Michigan, Georgia, Florida and Indiana and offered everywhere within the Comcast footprint by the end of 2017.

Additionally, Comcast has signed a deal with Boost Mobile, a leader in the no-contract wireless industry, to offer Xfinity Prepaid at select Boost Mobile locations later this year and all 4,400 Boost Mobile locations within Comcast's service area by the end of next year.

Internet Prepaid Starter Kit - $80
Wireless gateway included
Download speeds up to 10 Mbps
30 days of service

7-Day refill: $15
30-Day refill: $45

TV Prepaid Starter Kit: $80-120
Cable box, power cord and cables
Choose from two channel packages
30 days of service

7-Day refill: $15-30
30-Day refill: $45-90

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10 Mbps lol. Comcast is one of the biggest leaches of this society.
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$45 a month for 10mbps, what?
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"Up to" 10mbps
What a joke from Comcast Universal NBC General Electric
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This is an expensive option, but it can be an affordable alternative to a long term contract for people that may rent or visit a city for a few months. Even the TV option might be good for people that only watch one sport league every year or even just one month.
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concast, screw em
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concast, screw em
here here

I have a family member moving in soon and they said they would pay for comcast for their shows. I told them no deal basically. They will live with me for free and I pay internet or they don't live with me and have their shows lol. The dumb part is their shows are on all the local tv stations. I am going to get a huge antenna and wire crap myself before I touch comcast. I am happy with ATT compared to Comcast. That's how much loathing I have for their policies. Treat their employees like crap. att not much better but lesser of two evils.

GOOGLE BREAK THEM BOTH AND SAVE US ALL! LOL
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Last edited by burner1515 July 21, 2016 at 02:14 PM
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Quote from DrRad View Post :
This is an expensive option, but it can be an affordable alternative to a long term contract for people that may rent or visit a city for a few months. Even the TV option might be good for people that only watch one sport league every year or even just one month.
Not really. Keep in mind some pay more than $80 a month for not even 10mbps... Without a promo where I live you'd easily pay $60+ for a 12mbps connection. So pricing is not that bad..
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