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Comcast Xfinity Unlimited Bandwidth - $25 per month x 12 months

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The promotion can be used in tandem with other promotions that are active on your account.

Half off the normal monthly rate of $50.
Promo is for terrestrial service - not Mobile.



800-COMCAST
800-266-2278

Must call in.
Choose: Add Service
Then Press 0,0,0
Speak to CS rep and ask for Unlimited bandwidth and reference this promo.

https://my.xfinity.com/?cid=cust
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Last Edited by DenonOppoMan February 25, 2018 at 06:50 AM
This is an add-on atop your internet service.
It has nothing to do with speed.

In most areas, Comcast has deployed bandwidth limitations (data caps), with overages costing $10 for each additional 50 GB.

In larger households with 4K TVs, it is very easy to go over the 1000 GB monthly allotment.
(at approximately 6.5Gb per hour that equates to about 154 hours of streaming 4k)

This add-on removes any overage charges associated with surpassing the monthly allotment.

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While I can't imagine why anyone would need more than 1000 gigs a month, this seems like a great deal if you do. And I'm tired of people downvoting comcast no matter what. A lot of us are stuck with them and any deal to save money is great.
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While I can't imagine why anyone would need more than 1000 gigs a month, this seems like a great deal if you do. And I'm tired of people downvoting comcast no matter what. A lot of us are stuck with them and any deal to save money is great.
Bro do you even stream?
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While I can't imagine why anyone would need more than 1000 gigs a month, this seems like a great deal if you do. And I'm tired of people downvoting comcast no matter what. A lot of us are stuck with them and any deal to save money is great.
I would take this deal over Charter/Spectrum any day!
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While I can't imagine why anyone would need more than 1000 gigs a month, this seems like a great deal if you do. And I'm tired of people downvoting comcast no matter what. A lot of us are stuck with them and any deal to save money is great.
I consistently go over 1TB per month with a household of 3 and 4k streaming via Netflix and Amazon. Believe me, it's easier than you think after you cut the cord.
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So what's the speed on this? I don't mean the initial burst speed mumbo jumbo they throw at you to make speedtests look good. I am talking about the constant download and upload speeds for large files.
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So what's the speed on this? I don't mean the initial burst speed mumbo jumbo they throw at you to make speedtests look good. I am talking about the constant download and upload speeds for large files.
56k...
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we have to 'manage' our data usage every month to avoid going over the 1TB. expensive to use after you hit the cap
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Can I ask for the promo as an existing customer?
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For new customers only?
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Can I ask for the promo as an existing customer?
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For new customers only?
Deal is valid for new AND existing customers.

For New customers, the account must be set up with with the Sales division over the phone as those CS reps are the ones with access to the promotion.
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I always go over 1TB
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So what's the speed on this? I don't mean the initial burst speed mumbo jumbo they throw at you to make speedtests look good. I am talking about the constant download and upload speeds for large files.
Since bandwidth means speed, it's INFINITE speed. Pretty awesome.
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Is unlimited bandwidth even possible? Or no monthly data cap.
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