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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 :
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.
what type of zoom meeting is that? I am just curious. My kids and I had 30/3 comcast plan and we do not have problem to have 3 meetings at the same time.
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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.

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So here's the nightmare I fear. While the Comcast modems\gateways have always been very pedestrian I have never had any issues with them in 25 years of service. So, say I buy my own replacement modem and then I start to have problems, right away they zero in on I am using my own modem, not theirs. Their support level isn't the same if the modem\gateway isn't theirs. And if I\we don't resolve the problem I have to try other modems until I get things working or end up going back to theirs again, where I was before I decided to buy my own.

It would be nice to have a real world idea of how often buying your own modem works out just fine and how often things go bad and folks end up back with Comcast's equipment.
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Quote from rastatech :
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
You should never advise people to buy their own modem because some people are technologically challenged and rely on support. If you can configure your own modem, go ahead and buy it yourself. But if you dont even know how to turn on one, its okay to use the comcast one so that they will support you.

Sonic will only come to areas where your power poles are accessible on city property. If your poles reside on private property, it will be too much work for them to get approval from all residents to allow them to perform the work necessary to provide service to that area.
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80 here, no lucky
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Haven't been with Xfinity since they implemented the data cap. Is it a hard cap or do they just throttle once exceeding the limit?
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Quote from dplane :
Haven't been with Xfinity since they implemented the data cap. Is it a hard cap or do they just throttle once exceeding the limit?
Neither, they charge you for data used over the cap.
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Neither, they charge you for data used over the cap.
Yikes. OK ty. Should probably see where im at these days with use then before making that jump.
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So here's the nightmare I fear. While the Comcast modems\gateways have always been very pedestrian I have never had any issues with them in 25 years of service. So, say I buy my own replacement modem and then I start to have problems, right away they zero in on I am using my own modem, not theirs. Their support level isn't the same if the modem\gateway isn't theirs. And if I\we don't resolve the problem I have to try other modems until I get things working or end up going back to theirs again, where I was before I decided to buy my own.

It would be nice to have a real world idea of how often buying your own modem works out just fine and how often things go bad and folks end up back with Comcast's equipment.
That's always a decision everyone needs to do for themselves. I never really had a modem die on me in 25 years now. That said, I also have a plan B in place if something is not working, e.g. tether through the phone and I could buy a new one at Best Buy/Staples within 24h as they are nearby. You could also get a cheap used one as a backup "just in case". I agree that it makes sense for some to pay for the convenience.

My parents pay a rental for a modem/router combo and they would have paid it off by now and start saving money but they value the "insurance", and there is no-one around to quickly fix it. For folks a bit more comfortable buying their own modem it can save money, and some 4.5+ star devices reviewed by thousands should be a good indicator that they usually are pretty stable. Personal choice, but the rental fees seem to have gone up.
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what type of zoom meeting is that? I am just curious. My kids and I had 30/3 comcast plan and we do not have problem to have 3 meetings at the same time.
It depends if you just "attend" zoom meetings (download) or actually present during meetings or webinars. If you start sharing your screen in decent resolution and want to pair this with say a 1080p webcam the 3 upload will not work well, and if you have multiple people doing this throughout the house you need more upload speed. It might look OK on your screen but your audience will likely have a bad experience. If you are hosting webinars and want to control the setup and assign people etc. you likely want some buffer on top for peace of mind.
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Is this deal available for new customers? I'm moving to a new area that doesn't have FiOS and the best deal I see is $39.99 for 200mbps
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Quote from dplane :
Haven't been with Xfinity since they implemented the data cap. Is it a hard cap or do they just throttle once exceeding the limit?
Think you can also add their xfi plan which includes their modem at an extra $25 a month and you get unlimited data or pay an extra $30 for unlimited data using your own modem.
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Think you can also add their xfi plan which includes their modem at an extra $25 a month and you get unlimited data or pay an extra $30 for unlimited data using your own modem.
Thx. Ironically my current provider WOW (Wide Open West) just announced they re adding data caps this week after holding out for a while. Guess I have no reason to stick with em now.
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San Francisco, CA
400/10 = $50
800/15 = $60
1200/35 = $70
That is strange. I have 400 down and 20 up.
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That is strange. I have 400 down and 20 up.
Maybe a misconfiguration. Don't complain. ;-) I would keep that and not change anything.
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Maybe a misconfiguration. Don't complain. ;-) I would keep that and not change anything.
No. I think its regional. If I go to 800 mbps down, I get 30 mbps up. I live in Atlanta Georgia.
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