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Lower Your Cell Phone Bill With Xfinity Mobile

This is a sponsored post in partnership with Comcast.

I was recently invited to attend an Xfinity Moms event. The event took place inside their Xfinity store located in Union, New Jersey. I must say the store looks wonderful. Xfinity customers can come to the store to pick up equipment, test out new features or get help with technical problems. They also have self-help bill pay kiosks set up so that you can pay your Comcast bill without having to wait for a salesperson. You can do it all yourself and walk out with a receipt in minutes. The store has sections for its internet, cable, voice and Xfinity Home solutions, with both salespeople and technical experts on hand to help customers.

Sign welcoming Xfinity Moms

We were given a great presentation of all the services that Xfinity offers.  Their TV and internet service is packed with awesome features. Here are some of the highlights:

· You no longer have to make phone calls to add channels to your Xfinity account! You can do it all through the Manage My Channels feature on your TV and online!

· They have deeply integrated Netflix and YouTube into their X1 system to help you find content to stream.

· They have Kids Zone – a gated area on X1 that keeps content kid-friendly and safe!

· You can get up-to-date information on your fantasy football rankings via Xfinity X1 CBS Sports Fantasy Football app right on the big screen.

· You can monitor and control your children’s internet usage via the Xfinity xFi mobile app.

Comcast Launches xFi - Xfinity Mobile app

Unfortunately, I am not able to subscribe to their service because it is not offered in my area. Nevertheless, I was happy to learn about the new Xfinity Mobile service. The service runs on America’s largest and most reliable 4G LTE network and connects to Comcast’s 18 million Xfinity Wi-Fi hotspots — which can help you lower your cell phone bill and save money by using less cellular data.

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How Does Xfinity Mobile Work?

First off, you need to be an Xfinity Internet customer to subscribe to the mobile service. As a customer, you automatically get up to 5 lines of Xfinity Mobile unlimited nationwide talk and text service, free of charge with no line access fees and 100MB of shared data. This means you’ll save money since you only pay for the gigabytes of data that you use. Other benefits include:

· the ability to auto-connect to millions of Xfinity WiFi hotspots

· personalized customer support

· the flexibility for families to mix-and-match accounts so each person can choose the way to pay for data that makes sense for them

· the ability to change and switch between different plans within a single billing cycle at no additional cost.

· access to the XFINITY Mobile app which allows you to manage your account in real-time

· access to the most popular devices from Samsung including the Samsung Galaxy Note8 (currently available), as well as the latest phones from Apple including the new generation iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, which are also currently available at Xfinity Stores and at XfinityMobile.com.

Comcast Xfinity Store, King of Prussia

Xfinity Mobile Wireless Plans

Xfinity Mobile customers will have two main pricing choices, an unlimited data plan or a pay-by-the gig plan. The bare minimum $12 plan gets you 1GB of data along with unlimited talk and text. If you go beyond 1GB, you are charged an additional $12 per GB. The unlimited plan costs $45 and has no line access fees for up to five lines. Taxes and fees are extra.

Want to see if their plan works for you? Bring your current phone bill to any Xfinity store location to compare your plan for yourself!

Lower Your Cell Phone Bill With Xfinity Mobile

The new Xfinity Mobile service runs on America’s largest and most reliable 4G LTE network and connects to Comcast’s 18 million Xfinity Wi-Fi hotspots.
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Diane

Diane is a New Jersey-based writer and blogger. She is a wife and the mom of a 9-year-old little boy. Through her blog, she wants to inspire moms to find Zen in their lives while offering practical tips and other valuable information to help families deal with everyday issues.