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Select Xfinity Customers: 400 Mbps Internet Plan

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Xfinity is offering Select Xfinity Customers: 400 Mbps Internet Plan for $30 per month with a 1-Year Agreement, Automatic Payments & Paperless Billing when you follow the instructions below.

Thanks to community member mrmurker for sharing this deal.

Note: this offer is available for select existing Xfinity customers. Pricing will vary by region. Check the entire page for all the offers available to you.

Deal Instructions
  1. Log in to your Xfinity Account
  2. Click on the "Change Plan" tab or button
  3. Click "View All Offers" on the next screen
  4. On the offers page, uncheck "TV" or any other services in the "Build Your Package" section (make sure only Internet is checked)
  5. Select the 400 Mbps Internet Plan and add to cart
  6. Prices will start from $30/month with a 1-Year Agreement
    • Note, price includes a $10/month discount for having automatic payments and paperless billing
Service includes:
  • Option to add Flex 4K streaming TV box + Voice Remote at no extra cost
  • Peacock Premium
  • Speed good for up to 11 devices at the same time
  • 1.2 TB of data per month
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Checked my Xfinity account today under the "change plan" tab and saw an offer for 400 mbps for $30 a month with automatic payments and paperless billing enabled.

1. Log in to your Xfinity internet account
2. Click "change plan" tab at the top of the homepage
3. Click "View All Offers" in the next screen
4. On the offers page, uncheck "TV" or any other services in the "Build Your Package" section

Also available, 600 Mbps for $40 a month with automatic payments and paperless billing enabled.

Regular rate for the 400 mbps plan is $80.00/mo. Set a reminder for 11 months from now to check for new offers.

YMMV

https://customer.xfinity.com/#

Quote from jchu14 :
Xfinity will not charge you twice or charge cancellation fee when you sign up for a new contract term. The next bill may be a bit wonky dollar amount wise, but that's because of the prorated bill for partial month.
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Last Edited by kamaaina May 9, 2021 at 06:20 PM
Comcast change plan page shows multiple prices for same speed.
For me it showed 400mbps speed at four different plans at different prices $50, $30, $70 and $80 !!!


So make sure to scroll and check out all plans. Their 'recommended plan' to me was $50 for 50mpbs. laugh out loud No wonder they rank worst in customer satisfaction.

Also note that $30 for 400 mbps is after $10 discount with ebill and autopay. Otherwise it is $40

Upload speed for this plan is usually 10mbps. With over provisioning you will likely get around 470 down and 11.5 - ish up under perfect conditions.
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JonahTheWhalePimp asked this question on 05-09-2021 at 08:30 AM
05-09-2021 at 08:40 AM
Not seeing this promo in Utah as well. Maybe we are out of luck.
05-22-2021 at 07:34 PM
I can confirm that I am not getting this offer in my account in Utah.
PragneshP8567 asked this question on 05-09-2021 at 01:47 PM

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Quote from noemail1 :
BTW, how much tax are you seeing on the bill in bay area, CA?
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Are they still charging "broadcast fees" if you only have Internet from them? If someone can confirm on the taxes being charged and any other misc. fees over and above the quoted price.
Triple check with a few more individuals, but …

Bay Area, $30 flat rate for 400 mbps. Internet only, No additional taxes or fees. That was one of my concern prior to sign up. I've only been charged $30/month. Xfinity billing statement, credit card statement, $30 dollars per month internet.
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does anyone had the offer id from the view details page/link?
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Quote from noemail1 :
Are they still charging "broadcast fees" if you only have Internet from them? If someone can confirm on the taxes being charged and any other misc. fees over and above the quoted price.
I'm in Texas. With a $30 internet only plan, there is only $0.16 of tax. So my final monthly bill is $30.16.
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Has anyone signed up for free 1 year X-Fi gateway with unlimited data? How is modem-router? Any privacy issues?
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Quote from noemail1 :
Are they still charging "broadcast fees" if you only have Internet from them? If someone can confirm on the taxes being charged and any other misc. fees over and above the quoted price.
No taxes/fees if you do internet only.

I'm Sac area, only see 100mbps for $45, bummer Frown
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In my area it is 65.00 for 50 mbps ...lol
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San Francisco, CA
400/10 = $50
800/15 = $60
1200/35 = $70
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San Francisco, CA
400/10 = $50
800/15 = $60
1200/35 = $70
What's 10, 15, 35? upload speeds? Where do you see that?
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What's 10, 15, 35? upload speeds? Where do you see that?
Yes, these are the upload speeds. Comcast hides them, you only see them after purchase. I had some of these plans before and found some info on some forums as well. Anything below Blast Pro has 5 Mbps upload speed at the most. This is the list value and in reality you get about 15-20% more. So, my current 800/15 gets me 920/17.8 or so on good days. When I had Blast Pro with 10 upload we usually got 11.5 ish upload. With the Gigabit speed at 35 upload you can expect about 42 in reality for max upload.

https://arstechnica.com/tech-poli...ng-system/

Essentially, these are the categories though and the uploads speeds haven't changed in a long time for Performance Pro, Blast Pro, Extreme Pro etc.
https://arstechnica.com/tech-poli...-too-slow/
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Quote from rastatech :
Yes, these are the upload speeds. Comcast hides them, you only see them after purchase. I had some of these plans before and found some info on some forums as well. Anything below Blast Pro has 5 Mbps upload speed at the most. This is the list value and in reality you get about 15-20% more. So, my current 800/15 gets me 920/17.8 or so on good days. When I had Blast Pro with 10 upload we usually got 11.5 ish upload. With the Gigabit speed at 35 upload you can expect about 42 in reality for max upload.

https://arstechnica.com/tech-poli...ng-system/

Essentially, these are the categories though and the uploads speeds haven't changed in a long time for Performance Pro, Blast Pro, Extreme Pro etc.
https://arstechnica.com/tech-poli...-too-slow/
Very helpful!
To contrast.. I've ATT Fiber Giga line today and over a wireless connection, speed test shows 500+ mbps of download and 200+ mbps of upload speeds. Have had that for an year for $60/month.

Also https://about.att.com/sites/broad...erformance

I was thinking of signing up for Comcast 800mbps one for $60 (ATT deal credits were for an year only), but the Comcast upload speeds that are very relevant for zoom video calls, for example, concern me.
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Very helpful!
To contrast.. I've ATT Fiber Giga line today and over a wireless connection, speed test shows 500+ mbps of download and 200+ mbps of upload speeds. Have had that for an year for $60/month.

Also https://about.att.com/sites/broad...erformance

I was thinking of signing up for Comcast 800mbps one for $60 (ATT deal credits were for an year only), but the Comcast upload speeds that are very relevant for zoom video calls, for example, concern me.
Keep ATT Fiber. Comcast upload speeds are complete trash compared to fiber. No comparison.
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Quote from noemail1 :
Very helpful!
To contrast.. I've ATT Fiber Giga line today and over a wireless connection, speed test shows 500+ mbps of download and 200+ mbps of upload speeds. Have had that for an year for $60/month.

Also https://about.att.com/sites/broad...erformance [att.com]

I was thinking of signing up for Comcast 800mbps one for $60 (ATT deal credits were for an year only), but the Comcast upload speeds that are very relevant for zoom video calls, for example, concern me.
Keep the Fiber. I pay premium with Comcast simply for the upload speed, I don't need half or 2/3 of the download speed. But when you present online and share your screen with a good camera and you have 2 people doing this at the same time in different meetings and want some buffer you need some upload. Add cloud storage and I often wish the upload was faster even at their second highest tier with 15 Mbps.
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Delete. Double post
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San Francisco, CA
400/10 = $50
800/15 = $60
1200/35 = $70
That's what I was quoted as well in Bay Area.
Although it was $60 for the first year and then $74 in year 2 (to cover modem cost). Everyone else seeing the same?
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That's what I was quoted as well in Bay Area.
Although it was $60 for the first year and then $74 in year 2 (to cover modem cost). Everyone else seeing the same?
Buy your own modem. Costco has the Netgear CM1100 and the Motorola was on sale here on SD recently. Pays for itself within a year.

Also, if in SF/Bay Area, it seems Sonic is finally expanding fiber services to more areas. I was about to renew Comcast but the building manager saw the Sonic installers 2-3 blocks away and they said they are expanding services in the next few weeks/months. So, I won't extend Comcast for now but give it 1-3 months and see if Sonic Fiber finally shows up. Their website still tells me 12 Mbit/s with two DSL lines is possible... what year was that again?

Let's hope for fiber optic soon:
https://www.sonic.com/fiber-optic-internet
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