Xfinity Internet, TV & Home Phone Services

Xfinity offers a variety of internet, TV, and home phone plans that include contract-free options, quick installations, and a 30-day money-back guarantee. Plus, stay connected on the go with over 18 million free WiFi hotspots nationwide.

Xfinity Overview

Xfinity is the largest cable internet provider in the US, serving select areas of 40 states. Most locations have access to cable internet, while Xfinity is actively expanding its fiber network to include speeds up to 3,000 Mbps to more homes.

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What services does Xfinity provide?

Xfinity offers comprehensive home services from standalone internet plans to fully-connected bundles the entire family can enjoy.

Customer Service

For customer support, contact Xfinity.

Have a service question or technical issue? Xfinity customer support is available 24/7 via phone, live chat, or social media to assist you.


You have questions, we have answers

Yes. Xfinity boasts an impressive network of 18+ million free WiFi hotspots. As an Xfinity customer, you can connect on the go with secure WiFi hotspots nationwide at no additional cost. Explore Xfinity hotspots near you.
No. Frontier internet plans come with unlimited data, so you don’t have to worry about paying surprise overage fees, exceeding a data limit, or dealing with reduced speeds towards the end of the month.
All Frontier internet plans up to 500 Mbps come with a 1-year price lock on the monthly service rate. For Fiber Internet Gig Service (940/880 Mbps), Frontier sweetens the deal with a 3-year price guarantee. It’s best to speak directly with one of our customer service experts for availability and current offers at your specific address.
Frontier offers communications services including internet and home phone. Availability depends entirely on where you live. Enter your zip code here to view and compare options in your area.
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