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Xfinity Internet Plans and Deals

We’ve dived into the details of each internet-only package from Xfinity to help you choose the package that’s right for you.

Xfinity Performance Starter Plus: $34.99/mo.

Speed: 50 Mbps

The Xfinity Performance Starter Plus package offers reliable speeds for light Internet users. With download speeds up to 50 Mbps, households with a single device using the Internet at a time can easily share photos, download music, and shop online.

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Xfinity Performance Pro Plus: $59.99/mo.

Speed: 200 Mbps

For just $25 more a month, the Performance Pro Plus package offers four times as much speed as the Performance Starter Plus package, making it great for households with three to five devices online at a time. Internet users who need a little more speed and spend more time downloading can share photos, surf online, and stream multiple TV shows quickly and reliably.

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Xfinity Blast! Pro Plus: $74.99/mo.

Speed: 400 Mbps

Blast Pro Plus! is one of Xfinity’s best internet-only deals for heavy home internet users: five or more devices online at the same time can stream and download HD videos and transfer large multimedia files simultaneously. The fast, reliable Wi-Fi speeds also allow for multiplayer online gaming across several screens and access to millions of nationwide hotspots.

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Gigabit: $94.99/mo.

Speed: 1,000 Mbps

The Xfinity Gigabit internet service will handle the needs of the heaviest internet users. Speeds up to 1 Gbps (1,000 Mbps) will download multimedia files in 30 seconds, HD movies in 10 seconds, and full music albums instantaneously. Of course, it’s more expensive but worth it if you don’t ever want to worry about slow internet speeds.

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Gigabit Pro: $299.95/mo.

Speed: 2,000 Mbps

The Xfinity Gigabit Pro Internet service borders on excessive speeds and is for people with absolutely no free time whatsoever. Speeds up to 2 Gbps (2,000 Mbps) allow households to download multimedia files in 60 seconds, HD movies in 20 seconds, and full music albums in less than a second. This plan is extremely fast, but it’s also extremely difficult to get. Availability is limited, and you’ll likely have to pay an additional hefty installation fee for the fiber infrastructure.

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In addition to internet-only deals, Xfinity offers TV, internet, and voice bundled packages for every budget. Check out the options available in your area today to get the best deal that meets your needs.

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What’s the Cheapest Xfinity Internet Plan?

Xfinity is one of the best known internet service providers (ISPs) in the US, and despite getting a lot of flak for its lackluster customer service, it provides pretty reliable and fast service.

We’ve subscribed to Xfinity internet for several years now, and for the most part haven’t had any trouble with our internet speeds. On top of that, Xfinity internet prices tend to start out pretty low—and you might get a friendly service rep to offer you that promotional price again when your contract is about to expire. (This happened to us once.)

But Xfinity also comes with some downsides (just like any ISP): The price you pay depends a lot on where you live, which can make selecting the cheapest plan confusing. Its customer service can make you want to pull your hair out. And Xfinity still caps your data at 1.2 TB—probably not a deal-breaker for most of us, but power users, beware.

Sours: https://www.reviews.org/internet-service/cheap-comcast-xfinity-plan/
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Comcast Xfinity is the nation's largest cable internet provider, but does that automatically make it the best? I was impressed by the variety of internet speed plans offered, but my eyes started to glaze over as I dug into the details.

With Xfinity, some plans require you to sign a one-year contract, others require a two-year commitment and some require no contract at all. Beyond that, you'll need to contend with a data cap each month, and you can expect the price of your plan to increase over time, sometimes to almost double the initial charge.

Like

  • Good variety of plans
  • One of the fastest residential plans available
  • Above average scores in almost all customer satisfaction metrics

Don't Like

  • Data caps for all plans, no unlimited options
  • Contracts required to get the lowest price
  • Steep jump from promo price to regular rates

Headaches like that are par for the course with internet providers, and they can make it difficult to tell if you're actually getting a good deal on your home's internet connection. Still, Xfinity is available to more than a third of the country, and for many in that footprint, it's the fastest option available. That means it's worth understanding what you might be getting -- especially if you feel the need for speed and fiber isn't an option for your area or address. 

Here are the plans you can get with Xfinity Internet

Depending on where you live, Xfinity offers up to seven different internet plans, and if you want the best price, you'll have to shackle yourself to a contract. Here are the specifics:

Xfinity home internet plans (West division)

PlanMax speedsFirst-year promo rateStandard rate (after promo period)Equipment feeData capTerm agreement
Performance Starter Plus 50Mbps download, 3Mbps upload $20 $50 $14 gateway rental (skippable) Yes (1.2TB) 1 year
Performance Select 100Mbps download, 5Mbps upload $35 $55 $14 gateway rental (skippable) Yes (1.2TB) None required
Performance Pro Plus 200Mbps download, 5Mbps upload $50 $70 $14 gateway rental (skippable) Yes (1.2TB) None required
Blast! Pro Plus 400Mbps download, 10Mbps upload $65 $80 $14 gateway rental (skippable) Yes (1.2TB) None required
Extreme Pro Plus 800Mbps download, 15Mbps upload $75 $90 $14 gateway rental (skippable) Yes (1.2TB) None required
Gigabit 1,200Mbps download, 35Mbps upload $85 $100 $14 gateway rental (skippable) Yes (1.2TB) None required
Gigabit Pro 2,000Mbps download, 2,000Mbps upload $300 N/A $14 gateway rental (skippable) Yes (1.2TB) 2 years

Xfinity home internet plans (Central division)

PlanMax speedsFirst-year promo rateStandard rate (after promo period)Equipment feeData capTerm agreement
Performance Starter 50Mbps download, 3Mbps upload $20 $56 $14 gateway rental (skippable) Yes (1.2TB) 1 year
Performance 100Mbps download, 5 Mbps upload $40 $76 $14 gateway rental (skippable) Yes (1.2TB) 1 year
Blast! 200Mbps download, 5 Mbps upload $50 $86 $14 gateway rental (skippable) Yes (1.2TB) 1 year
Extreme 400Mbps download, 10Mbps upload $50 $96 $14 gateway rental (skippable) Yes (1.2TB) 2 years
Extreme Pro 800Mbps download, 15Mbps upload $60 $106 $14 gateway rental (skippable) Yes (1.2TB) 2 years
Gigabit 1,200Mbps download, 35Mbps upload $70 $116 $14 gateway rental (skippable) Yes (1.2TB) 2 years
Gigabit Pro 2,000Mbps download, 2,000Mbps upload $300 N/A $14 gateway rental (skippable) Yes (1.2TB) 2 years

Xfinity home internet plans (Northeast division)

PlanMax speedsFirst-year promo rateStandard rate (after promo period)Equipment feeData capTerm agreement
Performance Starter 50Mbps download, 3Mbps upload $65 N/A $14 gateway rental (skippable) No None required
Performance 100Mbps download, 5 Mbps upload $30 $81 $14 gateway rental (skippable) No None required
Performance Pro 200Mbps download, 5 Mbps upload $55 $96
Sours: https://www.cnet.com/home/internet/xfinity-internet-review/

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How does Xfinity compare to CenturyLink, AT&T, and others?

In general, Xfinity’s promotional prices are pretty competitive with other large internet providers in the same areas. Let’s take a look at how some specific Xfinity internet plan prices compare to ISPs like CenturyLink, AT&T, Frontier, and Spectrum across different parts of the US.

How do Xfinity internet prices compare in the Northeast?

Xfinity Performance Select plan comparison
ServiceNamePriceDownload speedDetails
AT&T InternetAT&T Internet up to 75 Mbps$45/mo.75 MbpsView Plans
AT&T InternetAT&T Internet 100$45/mo.100 MbpsView Plans
Spectrum InternetSpectrum Internet®$49.99/mo for 12 mos.^Up to 200 Mbps^View Plans

Data effective 06/07/21. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.

^Wireless speeds may vary.

The price for Xfinity’s 100 Mbps plan in the Northeast is almost too good to be true. You’ll pay almost double for the same speeds from other ISPs in the Northeast like AT&T and Spectrum. Not to mention that AT&T’s Up to 75 Mbps plan is fully DSL—an older technology that’s prone to slow speeds and other problems.

On the other hand, AT&T’s Internet 100 plan is a DSL and fiber hybrid connection, which should boost speeds. The AT&T Internet 100 plan also comes with unlimited data, as does the Spectrum Internet® plan. (Xfinity’s plans all have a 1.2 TB data cap.) Not to mention neither AT&T nor Spectrum requires a contract, while Xfinity usually does.

That means Xfinity falls behind a little when it comes to its Gigabit plan: AT&T Fiber’s Internet 1,000 plan is priced too well to pass up. Though the Spectrum Internet® Gig plan pushes the budget limits a bit too much, even with unlimited data and no contracts.

Xfinity Gigabit plan comparison
ServiceNamePriceDownload speedDetails
Xfinity Internet - NortheastGigabit$79.99‡1000 MbpsView Plan
AT&T FiberAT&T Internet 1000$60/mo.°940 MbpsView Plan
Spectrum InternetSpectrum Internet® Gig$109.99/mo for 12 mos.**Up to 1000 Mbps**View Plan

Data effective 11/04/20. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.

‡With a 2-year agreement.

°Ltd. avail/areas for 12 mos, plus taxes & equip. fee. Autopay & Paperless Bill req'd. $10/mo equip. fee applies

**Speed based on wired connection. Available Internet speeds may vary by address. Gig capable modem required for Gig speed. For a list of Gig capable modems, visit Spectrum.net/modem.

How do Xfinity internet prices compare in the Central US?

Xfinity Performance plan comparison
ServiceNamePriceDownload speedDetails
Xfinity Internet - CentralPerformance$40*100 MbpsView Plan
AT&T InternetAT&T Internet up to 75 Mbps$45/mo.75 MbpsView Plans
AT&T InternetAT&T Internet 100$45/mo.100 MbpsView Plans
Windstream InternetHigh Speed Internet 50-100 Mbps$37††100 MbpsView Plan

Data effective 11/04/20. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.

*For the first 12 months with a 1-year agreement.

††For the first 12 months. Price includes $18.00 promotional credit.

In the Central US, Xfinity’s price for its 100 Mbps is a tad cheaper compared to other providers in the area like AT&T , but almost right in line with Windstream.

Our only hesitation is that Windstream offers unlimited data on all of its internet plans, and AT&T offers unlimited data on its Internet 100 plan. But sadly, Xfinity  still enforces a data cap of 1.2 TB.

And what about that Xfinity Gigabit plan price? It lands smack-dab in the middle of AT&T’s and Frontier’s prices for their gig-speed plans. But Windstream’s Kinetic Gig is by far the best deal (where promotional pricing is considered). Of course, you’ll get an extra 200 Mbps with Xfinity’s Gigabit plan, which might make it the better deal if you need that extra oomph for running a home business or Plex server.

Xfinity Gigabit plan comparison
ServiceNamePriceDownload speedDetails
Xfinity Internet - CentralGigabit$80‡1200 MbpsView Plan
AT&T FiberAT&T Internet 1000$60/mo.°940 MbpsView Plan
Frontier Internet - FiberOpticFiberOptic Gig Service$74.99‡‡940 MbpsView Plans
Windstream InternetKinetic Gig$57††1000 MbpsView Plan

Data effective 11/04/20. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.

‡With a 2-year agreement.

°Ltd. avail/areas for 12 mos, plus taxes & equip. fee. Autopay & Paperless Bill req'd. $10/mo equip. fee applies

‡‡per month for 36 mos. Max wired speed 940/880 Mbps. One-time charges apply. Maximum speeds are wired speeds. Wi-Fi, actual and average speeds vary. Service performance details at frontier.com/internetdisclosures.

††For the first 12 months. Price includes $18.00 promotional credit.

How do Xfinity internet prices compare in the West?

Xfinity Performance Select plan comparison
ServiceNamePriceDownload speedDetails
Xfinity Internet - WestPerformance Select$44.99*100 MbpsView Plans
CenturyLink InternetSimply Unlimited Internet$50^^Up to 100 MbpsView Plans
Cox InternetCox Internet Preferred 150$49.99°°150 MbpsView Plan

Data effective 10/26/20. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.

*For the first 12 months with a 1-year agreement.

^^Paperless billing or prepay required. Additional taxes, fees, and surcharges apply. Get the fastest internet speed available at your location (max speed is up to 100 Mbps).

°°for 12 months with 1-yr. term agreement

At about $5 less than other internet providers, the cost of Xfinity’s 100 Mbps plan in the Western US is pretty competitive. At least if you’re okay with a 1-year contract.

If you prefer to go without signing a contract, you’ll pay $55 a month for those 100 Mbps speeds. That makes the Xfinity Performance Select plan the most expensive option in this comparison—especially since CenturyLink doesn’t bump up your bill to avoid a contract.

CenturyLink may not deliver on speeds as well as Xfinity, but its plans do come with unlimited data as well as no contracts. The only downside? CenturyLink is a DSL connection, which tends to be less reliable and may suffer from slower speeds compared to Xfinity’s cable connection.

As for Xfinity Gigabit plan prices in the West, we’d say it’s on the expensive side, but might still be a good deal. Sure, it doesn’t come without a contract or unlimited data like CenturyLink’s Fiber Internet plan, but you get a little extra speed at a much lower price.

Sure, CenturyLink’s gig plan is pretty limited in availability, but if you can get it we say it might just be a better deal than the Xfinity Gigabit plan.

Xfinity Gigabit plan comparison
ServiceNamePriceDownload speedDetails
Xfinity Internet - WestGigabit$94.99†1200 MbpsView Plan
CenturyLink InternetCenturyLink Fiber Internet$65***940 MbpsView Plan
Cox InternetCox Gigablast$99.99°°940 MbpsView Plan
Spectrum InternetSpectrum Internet® Gig$109.99/mo for 12 mos.**Up to 1000 Mbps**View Plan

Data effective 10/26/20. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.

†For the first 24 months with a 1-year agreement.

***Rate requires paperless billing. Additional taxes, fees, and surcharges apply. Speeds may not be available in your area. Maximum download/upload speed of up to 940 Mbps via a wired connection.

°°for 12 months with 1-yr. term agreement

**Speed based on wired connection. Available Internet speeds may vary by address. Gig capable modem required for Gig speed. For a list of Gig capable modems, visit Spectrum.net/modem.

Is Xfinity internet cheap?

For the most part, Xfinity’s promotional prices make it a cheap internet service compared to other companies serving similar areas. There are a few exceptions to this, especially since Xfinity mostly requires contracts and caps your data at 1.2 TB.

  • Compared to AT&T: Versus AT&T’s DSL internet plans, Xfinity is a clear winner. But AT&T Fiber one-ups Xfinity with a low price, unlimited data, and no contracts.
  • Compared to CenturyLink: CenturyLink’s unlimited data and lack of contracts might sway some folks, but its slow DSL speeds and high prices make Xfinity a better choice if you’re concerned about internet speed and cost. (Though CenturyLink’s fiber internet might make up some ground.)
  • Compared to Frontier: If it’s a toss-up between Frontier DSL internet and Xfinity, go with Xfinity. Otherwise, Frontier’s FiberOptic internet might be a better choice thanks to newer technology, unlimited data, and similar prices.
  • Compared to Spectrum: If you’re more concerned about no contracts and unlimited data, Spectrum’s slightly higher prices might still be a better deal. But the sky-high cost of its gig plan makes the Xfinity Gigabit plan a much better choice.

If you’re still not sure whether to choose Xfinity over another internet provider, these other reviews might help.

Sours: https://www.reviews.org/internet-service/comcast-xfinity-internet-review/
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Xfinity Blast! internet

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By Ari Howard Last updated: October 14, 2021

Xfinity Blast! internet provides lightning-fast speeds up to 400 Mbps for all your entertainment needs. With the Xfinity Blast! Plan, you and your family can stream videos, work from home, live game and more, all at the same time. 

  • Speeds up to 400 Mbps starting at:

    $49.99/mo.

    *Pricing per month plus taxes for length of contract. Additional fees and terms may apply. Pricing varies by location and availability. All prices subject to change at any time. May or may not be available based on service address. Last updated 10/14/21.

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Xfinity Internet Pricing (Includes Final Prices)

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As of 2021, Xfinity markets six internet-only plans throughout their coverage area. Pricing for the cheapest plans starts at $29.99/month, then goes up to $50 after the first 12 months.

Xfinity pricing after 12 months

Xfinity Plan Uploads

One aspect of Xfinity pricing that can be frustrating is that the upload speeds aren’t always clearly listed. In fact, when compiling this page, I had to go through multiple Xfinity sales and chat agents to get a verified list.

The short version is: they’re much lower than the download speeds. This is standard for cable systems, since they are designed for home users who mostly download content and need relatively little upload in comparison. Still, it can come as a surprise when the download speeds have improved so much relative to upload over the past few years.

Xfinity cable plans go all the way up to 1,000 Mbps for download speed. However, because they are a hybrid fiber-coaxial connection rather than pure Fiber-to-the-Home, the maximum upload is just 35 Mbps.

For reference, that’s just enough to support 1–2 4K video streams, before you factor in multiple users, WiFi fade, etc.

Plan NameDownloadUploadPromo PriceFinal Price
Performance Starter+25 Mbps3 Mbps$29.99/mo$50
Performance Select100 Mbps5 Mbps$34.99/mo$55
Performance Pro+200 Mbps5 Mbps$49.99/mo$70
Blast! Pro+300 Mbps10 Mbps$64.99/mo$80
Extreme Pro+600 Mbps15 Mbps$74.99/mo$90
Gigabit1000 Mbps35 Mbps$84.99/mo$100

Cable speeds are designed this way because most users will make heavy use of download for video content. It wasn’t until 2020 that working from home and remote culture really went mainstream and made the need for more upload speed clear.

Unfortunately, most Xfinity plans are in the 5–15 Mbps range for uploads, which is enough to support video calls but can be challenging for heavier use, such as multiple users relying on upstream bandwidth or moving video files to the cloud.

If you want 35 Mbps uploads, your only choice is their most expensive “Gigabit” plan, which has 1,000 Mbps downloads and 35 Mbps uploads.

The only way to get faster than 35 Mbps upload with Xfinity is to try and get their custom-install fiber plan, Gigabit Pro. However, this costs $300+ per month and a $1,000 one-time install fee, not to mention several site survey and install visits.

If you’re curious to learn about the plan, there’s a great writeup about the application process for network engineers here, or you can read my Xfinity Gigabit vs Gigabit Pro comparison.

Xfinity plan fees and fine print

Data Caps are expanding in 2021

While many providers have lifted caps during Covid-19, Xfinity continues to enforce data caps on plans outside of the Northeast region.

The company initially planned to expand caps nationwide in early 2021, but faced harsh criticism from lawmakers for doing so while Covid-19 was still an unsolved problem. They have now delayed the move until July of 2021.

Once caps are expanded, likely in July of 2021, this means that if you use more data than your plan allows, you will be charged additional fees for extra data in packs.

Pricing for additional data is $10/50 GB, up to $100. This means that if you max out your data caps and use an additional 500 GB or more of data on top of the 1.2TB cap, you'll be charged an extra $100 that month.

This policy already applies to customers outside the US northeast (California, Washington, Utah, etc).

Xfinity WiFi router options

Xfinity comes with three router options in 2021:

  1. xFi Gateway
  2. xFi Gateway Complete
  3. Bring your own
WiFi optionMonthly feeHardwareFeatures
xFi Gateway$14xFi Gateway (modem/router combo device)WiFi
xFi Gateway Complete$25xFi Gateway, xFi Pod, unlimited dataWiFi
Own Router optionNo chargeBring your own modem and routerVoids tech support

The xFi Gateway is basically a modem/router unit that broadcasts WiFi in your home. The upsell for “complete” throws in an xFi Pod (basically a WiFi extender, or mesh WiFi device) that extends the WiFi for larger or oddly-shaped homes. xFi complete also includes unlimited data.

The xFi Pods are made in collaboration with a company called Plume, which is a good thing because they’ve been doing some of the more interesting work improving home networking hardware/software in the past couple years. Xfinity is their largest partner, but they also work with a variety of smaller ISPs.

Xfinity router options screenshot.

$14 per month is pretty steep for WiFi service, although Xfinity makes a case for it with decent hardware and well-designed mesh networking options. However, if you’re in a two-bedroom home or apartment, you’re likely better off just buying your own to save the $168 per year it adds up to.

Xfinity is compatable with most major modem and router combinations, and they maintain a full list of compatable devices on their site.

Xfinity Plans for Low-Income Households

Low-income households can access Xfinity's reduced-cost basic service plans. These plans provide reduced speeds for a lower $9.95 monthly price, with no WiFi router fees.

Plan NameSpeed Down/UpMonthly PriceWiFi Fee
Xfinity Internet Essentials25/3 Mbps$9.95/mo $0/mo
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