A telephone handset and electrical outlets are required to use the Xfinity Voice service. Service does not necessitate the use of inside wire or jacks. Inside cabling and jacks can be connected to give phone service throughout a home, or handsets can be connected directly to a Comcast Wireless Gateway device.
Is Xfinity still using phone lines?
Xfinity Voice, often known as VoIP, is our digital phone service (Voice over Internet Protocol). It requires an Internet connection and takes your phone service online to provide you with exceptional call clarity and innovative features. You can either rent an Xfinity Gateway or buy a suitable modem and router.
Is it possible to obtain Xfinity Internet only?
Yes. Internet-only subscriptions from Xfinity range in speed from 50 Mbps to 3,000 Mbps. Xfinity’s Internet-only options start at $25 per month* in some areas, with download speeds up to 50 Mbps.
What is the method by which Comcast connects to the home?
Xfinity services are usually delivered to your home via an underground cable line. These wires are often installed during the construction of your home. In some cases, however, the line may not have been installed or may be damaged and require replacement.
What is the difference between Comcast and Xfinity?
Xfinity and Comcast are, at their core, the same company. Comcast is the parent business, and Xfinity is the brand name for Comcast’s television, internet, and home phone services.
Is WiFi included with Xfinity internet?
Is it going to cost anything? All Xfinity Mobile customers, as well as eligible* Xfinity Internet customers, get Xfinity WiFi at no extra cost.
Is a cable outlet required with Xfinity?
The decision to self-install is mostly based on how comfortable you are troubleshooting problems on your own. We believe the process is straightforward enough that most consumers could accomplish self-installation thanks to Xfinity’s helpful app and other information on its website. Even if you are extremely tech knowledgeable, some situations will necessitate professional installation.
- If your home is older and doesn’t have a coax outlet, you’ll need to have one installed. It’s possible that this will take a long time.
- If you haven’t had Xfinity service for more than a year, you’ll need a technician to come out and verify your cable line.
- Professional installation may be required for installations that require more pieces of equipment than are included in a typical installation kit. When you package many services, this can happen.
- You’ll need a professional installer to run a new cable if you wish to transfer the place where your modem is located to a different room. Alternatively, you may simply get a Wi-Fi extender.
If you decide to self-install but have problems, you may always contact Xfinity customer service online or by calling 1-800-XFINITY.
Is a modem and router required for Xfinity?
You’ll need a suitable modem and router to utilize Xfinity internet. A modem and a router may appear to be the same thing, but they are not. A modem is a device that links your home to your service provider, which in this case is Xfinity. A router connects to your modem to create a Wi-Fi network in your house via which your computers and other connected devices can access the internet. You can buy modems and routers separately or use a device that combines the two.
You have two alternatives when joining up for Xfinity service: rent a modem and router for $14 per month or buy your own. While knowing that the Xfinity-provided gadget is compatible may give you peace of mind, keep in mind that the rental will cost you around $168 per year. You can buy appropriate equipment to use with Xfinity for approximately that amount (often less) and save hundreds of dollars in rental costs over the next few years.