Comcast XFINITY Triple Play Bundle Specials

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It is a competitive market out there, and companies are offering their customers less expensive rates by creating packages which allows the consumer to benefit from more affordable, and better, alternatives.

Comcast has improved and regrouped their high speed internet, TV, and phone into fabulous packages which are now known as XFINITY Triple Play Bundles.  These packages offer great services at prices that are affordable and include decent channel lineups.  The XFINITY packages are on Comcast’s updated and upgraded network which is faster and more advanced than what you may have been used to with Comcast just a few years ago.

Below I will break down the best Triple Play deals that are currently available as of December 1st, 2013:

These plans that are being offered require a 2-year agreement and EcoBill paperless billing:

XFINITY PLAN New Customer Triple Play Offer TV Internet speed Promo Price (per month for the first 12 months) 2nd Year Price Regular Price
STARTER XF Triple Play XFINITY On Demand, Internet & Voice, Unlimited talk/text, Constant Guard, $150 Visa Prepaid Card, Includes: TBS, TLC, Nickeloden, and ESPN   80+   digital channels     25 Mbps    $99.00 $119.99     $139.95
HD PREFERRED XF Triple Play XFINITY On Demand, Internet & Voice, Unlimited talk/text, HD, Constant Guard, $200 Visa Prepaid Card, Includes: STARZ, Encore, NFL Network, and NBA TV 160+ digital channels     25 Mbps  $119.99 $139.99     $159.95
HD PREFERRED PLUS XF Triple Play XFINITY On Demand, Internet & Voice, Unlimited talk/text, HD, Constant Guard, $250 Visa Prepaid Card, Includes: HBO, STARZ, Encore, NFL Network, NBA TV and XFINITY Streampix 170+ digital channels     50 Mbps  $139.99 $159.99     $179.95
HD PREMIER XF Triple Play XFINITY On Demand, Internet & Voice, Unlimited talk/text, HD, Constant Guard, X1 Platform, X1 DVR Service, $300 Visa Prepaid Card, Includes: HBO, STARZ, Cinemax, SHOWTIME, Sports Entertainment Pkg. , NFL RedZone, and XFINITY Streampix 200+ digital channels     50 Mbps $159.99 $179.99     $209.95
HD COMPLETE XF Triple Play XFINITY On Demand, Internet & Voice, Unlimited talk/text, HD, Constant Guard, X1 Platform, X1 DVR Service, Wireless Gateway, $500 Visa Prepaid Card, Includes: HBO, STARZ, Cinemax, SHOWTIME, The Movie Channel, Sports Entertainment Pkg. , NFL RedZone, and XFINITY Streampix 200+ digital channels     50 Mbps $199.99 $219.99      $239.95

The Promo prices on the above Comcast plans are priced for the first 12 months, along with a 2-year agreement and by enrolling in the EcoBill self-service paperless billing.  If you choose the offer with the 2-year agreement on the Starter XF Triple Play plan you will get a bonus $150 VISA prepaid card. If you choose a 2-year agreement on HD Preferred Plus XF Triple Play, HD Premier XF Triple Play, or HD Complete XF Triple Play you will get a $200, $250, $300, and $500 VISA prepaid card (respectively) when you sign up.

All plans include unlimited nationwide talk and text phone service. If you order online, Comcast will waive the $29.95 activation fee.

XFINITY Internet – Comcast gives you dependable fast speeds so everyone can get online and connect devices at the same time.  Comcast XFINITY Internet speeds are estimated based on information found on Broadband reports and by chatting with a live Comcast customer care rep online, based on an address queried in Florida. Your actual prices, available plans and packages will depend on where you live and what Comcast offers in your specific area. Check with the Comcast XFINITY site to get the most recent current promos and most accurate prices.

Constant Guard is Comcast’s online protection package.  You receive this $360 value for no additional cost.  It offers password protection, Norton Security Suite and IDENTITY GUARD.

XFINITY Connect is your online source for all communications- voicemail, email, calendar and contacts.  You can access from anywhere and from any computer or from your mobile device with the INFINITY Connect app.

 

 

 

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