Xfinity TV and internet bundle packages
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Xfinity bundles in the West region
Xfinity’s bundles can have a lot of confusing names and details, so we’ll break it down for you. In the West region, Xfinity offers four internet and TV bundles, also known as Double Plays. There are four levels: Choice, Popular, Ultimate, and Premier. Your savings with each may vary.
Most households will probably want the Popular Double Play: with 400 Mbps and 125+ channels, it’s perfect for a streaming-heavy family with multiple devices. But if you need more internet horsepower and can’t live without those extra channels (we get it!), the Ultimate Double Play might be for you.
You can also turn any Double Play into a Triple Play by adding a phone plan for just $10 per month.
It may seem that the Double Play bundles actually cost more than their component parts put together, defeating the point of a bundle, but Xfinity will sometimes apply mystery discounts and charges once the plans are in your cart. You may have to do some fiddling in the checkout process. All internet service providers (ISPs) are at least a little confusing, but Xfinity’s methods are particularly opaque.
Xfinity bundles in the Central region
The naming conventions in Xfinity’s Central region are a little more straightforward, and you can see exactly which internet and TV packages make up each bundle. But like the West region, the official prices aren’t always the ones you’ll see once you put the plans in your cart.
The Central region’s Super Fast Internet + Popular TV package provides a bare-bones channel count of 125+, as well as 800 Mbps internet speeds, which is more than enough to support all the streaming you’ll need to do to make up for those missing channels.
In the Central region, you can turn any Double Play into a Triple Play for $10 a month, although you’ll also be subject to a 1-year term contract either way. Bummer.
Xfinity bundles in the Northeast region
Xfinity doesn’t offer a lot of options in the Northeast region when it comes to bundles. There’s pretty much just the one Double Play, a package called Signature+. This combines its biggest channel count (185+) with one of its fastest internet speeds (1,000 Mbps). You can also upgrade this package to include premium channels like HBO for an additional fee.
Unfortunately, you’re out of luck if you want something more modest. The best you can do is Standard+ More, functionally a Triple Play with 125+ channels, 400 Mbps download speeds, and unlimited calling nationwide.
However, the lack of formal bundles doesn’t stop you from mixing and matching packages in your cart to suit your needs. It just means you might have to pay—and we hate saying this—full price.