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As of Today Xfinity Mobile has opened up the Bring Your Own Device option for in store Activation of a New Line on New or Existing Service for Apple iPhone Products

SEE HERE [xfinity.com]

The Unlocked Phones that will work include

Verizon model iPhone 5/5s/5c, 6/6s, SE, 7, 8 or X Series
AT&T model iPhone 6/6s or SE
Sprint model iPhone 6/6s, 7, 8 or X Series
TMobile model iPhone 6/6s or SE

Great Deal if you have Xfinity Internet and can use the Xfinity Wifi Hotspots to keep a Low Bill....

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Cool, thanks I've been waiting for that.
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This also applies to VERIZON compatible Android devices as well. My HTC U11 passed the test and was issued a SIM and it's not a Verizon Branded phone - but it is compatible. Make sure you have an Xfinity location near you because you cannot do this online yet.
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requires a credit check if you don't already have service with COMCAST also $10 more a month if your not already a customer
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This also applies to VERIZON compatible Android devices as well. My HTC U11 passed the test and was issued a SIM and it's not a Verizon Branded phone - but it is compatible. Make sure you have an Xfinity location near you because you cannot do this online yet.
How does that work? Wouldn't they check if your phone is an iPhone before giving you a sim?
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This also applies to VERIZON compatible Android devices as well. My HTC U11 passed the test and was issued a SIM and it's not a Verizon Branded phone - but it is compatible. Make sure you have an Xfinity location near you because you cannot do this online yet.
Did you have to go to the store to find that out? I'd love to know if my VZW Moto Z Droid would work. I'd be all over this in a heartbeat if I could bring the phones I want. would drop my bill from about $125 for 3 lines to typically $36 or $48/mo.
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So this doesn't work for GSM devices?
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So this doesn't work for GSM devices?
Only if they're also CDMA compatible. Some can do both some can only do GSM.
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Does anybody know if you can sign up for Comcast Mobile if you currently have Verizon? I would assume not since pretty much all MVNO's have that restriction on the network that backs them but thought I'd ask anyways.
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Dope. I kept waiting for this option to pop up in order to switch and been fighting with them on Twitter about the nonsensical nature of it not being a thing. This will do.
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Better than project fi now for Comcast subscribers. Unlimited calls and texts are basically the taxes $2.50-$4.00 per line opposed to project fi @ $20 for unlimited calls and texts.
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Can I bring my Android?

We're still working behind the scenes to enable customers to bring their own Androids to XFINITY Mobile. At this time, it's not possible.
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Does anybody know if you can sign up for Comcast Mobile if you currently have Verizon? I would assume not since pretty much all MVNO's have that restriction on the network that backs them but thought I'd ask anyways.
I would want to know this, as well, since I would be leaving Verizon to sign up with Xfinity. I don't understand why you wouldn't be able to do that, though...
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Nice And I just bought X charge just for the SIM Smilie
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