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Comcast launches Xfinity prepaid internet service

2017-03-31 04:00 by
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Comcast has announced that it will offer a prepaid version of its Xfinity internet. The package, called Xfinity Prepaid Internet Service allows consumers to pay for internet service on a pay-as-you-go basis, with refills ranging from seven to 30 days. No credit check or annual contract is required.

The service requires a one-time starter kit fee that includes a wireless gateway and 30 days of service and goes for $80. For refills, seven days of service runs $15, and the 30-day option costs $45.

"This offering is all about providing customers a flexible and predictable service that can accommodate individual lifestyles and financial needs," said John Dixon, VP, Consumer Services Group at Comcast. "Our prepaid service gives people more control over their monthly bills and lets families get easy Internet access for their home whenever they want it."

The Xfinity Internet service is available online, at select Xfinity stores and participating Boost Mobile retail locations. At launch, customers will be able to find the Xfinity starter kits at Boost Mobile stores around Illinois, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Texas. The company plans to roll out the kits to all 4,000 stores (that are within Comcast's coverage area) by the end of the year.

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