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XFINITY from Comcast is not available in all areas.
XFINITY AnyRoom DVR allows you to watch recorded shows in every TV in your Delaware home. That’s especially convenient if you’re one of the 1/3 of Delawareans who own four or more TVs.
Get up to 105 Mbps download speeds with an XFINITY Internet package. That’s significantly faster than the average Internet download speed for Delaware which is 12 Mbps.
XFINITY bundles save you money and time by paying one provider for everything. Join the 72% of Delawareans or people who already bundle their TV subscription with Internet.
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TV programming is at its best thanks to XFINITY from Comcast; subscribe and get the latest today. With a wide range of digital channels, On Demand options, and DVR packages, you can watch TV whenever you want. If you’re like the majority of Delaware residents, you spend about 35 hours every week watching TV. Satisfy your TV watching preferences with XFINITY deals, offers, and specials today.
XFINITY Internet first started out in 1996 in Baltimore, MD and Sarasota, FL, but has grown significantly. Now XFINITY® Internet provides speeds up to 105 Mbps. XFINITY High-Speed Internet in Delaware even offers subscribers comprehensive security to keep their computers virus free.
Join the 66% of Delaware residents already bundling their home services with one provider. Whether you need TV, Internet, and/or Home Phone, XFINITY has a Triple Play or Double Play package for you. Thanks to cutting-edge equipment, when you bundle your home phone with XFINITY, you get caller ID options for your TV, PC, and smartphone.
As a leader of entertainment, media, and communication, XFINITY combines media and technology. XFINITY from Comcast serves more than 22 million digital video customers, 18+ million Internet customers, and over 9 million voice customers with world-class customer service. Call a representative today to learn about XFINITY availability in Delaware.
Local governments license the ability to provide cable service in Delaware. This means that there's usually only one provider for each geographical area.