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Xfinity Packages: TV and Internet Bundles Review

You can save $20–$60 per month with an Xfinity bundle.

Get high-speed internet for only $30/mo. when you add Xfinity Mobile to your plan.

Price: $57.00–$176.00/mo.

Channels: 10–185+

Internet speed: 75–3,000 Mbps

Top packages Price Download speeds up to Channels Phone plan
Choice Double Play $49.99/mo.* 200 Mbps 10+ N/A View plan
Popular Double Play $79.99/mo.* 400 Mbps 125+ N/A View plan
Premier Triple Play $144.99/mo.** 1,200 Mbps 185+ Unlimited local calling View plan

*For the first 12 months with a 1-year agreement.
**For the first 24 months with a 2-year agreement.
Data effective as of publish date. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.

Are Xfinity bundles good?

Xfinity bundles and Xfinity TV packages hold their own as standalone services, and bundling them in an Xfinity double play will save you $20 a month.

Those savings are enticing, but we wish that Xfinity offered a bit more sparkle—other cable companies include unlimited data or free equipment when you bundle, but Xfinity makes you jump through hoops to get additional savings. At least you’ll have access to Xfinity’s huge Wi-Fi hotspot network and a free Peacock Premium account.

Xfinity bundles pros and cons

Pros

  • Monthly savings
  • Xfinity Wi-Fi hotspots
  • Free Peacock Premium with X1 DVR

Cons

  • Data caps
  • Expensive equipment
  • Some plans with contracts

Xfinity package deals and promotions

You’ll save a lot each month with an Xfinity bundle deal. The Xfinity double play deal is $20 off per month, and the Xfinity triple play deal is $40 off per month. You’ll get a total of $60 off per month if you add Xfinity home security.

On top of that, if you go with Xfinity’s X1 DVR for your TV equipment, you’ll get a free membership to Peacock Premium, a package from NBC’s on-demand streaming service. If you add an xFi Gateway with your internet plan (Fast or higher), you can also get free unlimited data for two years. If your household is looking for affordable smartphone service, you can also bundle Xfinity Mobile for even more savings.

And when you’re signing up on the Xfinity webpage, see if your Xfinity bundle deal includes promotions like a gift card. We can’t guarantee you’ll snag a $100 Visa® Prepaid Card with your package, but Xfinity has deals like that every so often.

Check out our Xfinity deals guide to learn more about the best Xfinity deals.

Xfinity bundle deals

  • $20–$60/mo. off when you bundle Xfinity services
  • Peacock Premium free with X1 DVR
  • Gift card occasionally offered with qualifying plans
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Xfinity TV and internet bundles in your area

Xfinity TV, internet, and home phone bundles (West)

Top packages Price Download speeds up to Channels Phone plan
Choice Double Play $49.99/mo.* 200 Mbps 10+ N/A View plan
Popular Double Play $79.99/mo.* 400 Mbps 125+ N/A View plan
Premier Triple Play $144.99/mo.** 1,200 Mbps 185+ Unlimited local calling View plan

*For the first 12 months with a 1-year agreement.
**For the first 24 months with a 2-year agreement.
Data effective as of publish date. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.

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PackagePriceDownload speeds up toChannel countPhone plan
Connect + Choice TV$54.80/mo. w/one-year agreement75 Mbps10+N/AView plan
Connect More + Popular TV$114.80/mo. w/one-year agreement200 Mbps125+N/AView plan
Gigabit Extra + Ultimate TV$184.30/mo. w/one-year agreement1,200 Mbps185+Unlimited calling nationwideView plan

Data effective as of publish date. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.

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PackagePriceDownload speeds up toChannel countPhone plan
Standard+ Double Play$84.99/mo. w/a two-year agreement
($94.99/mo. for months 13–24)
400 Mbps125+N/AView plan
Signature+ Double Play$119.99/mo. w/a two-year agreement
($139.99/mo. for months 13–24)
900 Mbps185+N/AView plan
Super+ Double Play$149.99/mo. w/a two-year agreement1,200 Mbps185+Unlimited calling nationwideView plan

Data effective as of publish date. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.

Xfinity offers different bundles with prices and add-ons that vary depending on your location. We’ve highlighted some of Xfinity’s best bundles in each region in the tables above.

West Central Northeast
Arizona Alabama Connecticut
California Arkansas Delaware
Colorado Florida District Of Columbia
Idaho Georgia Maine
Kansas Illinois Maryland
Minnesota Indiana Massachusetts
Missouri Kentucky New Hampshire
New Mexico Louisiana New Jersey
Oregon Michigan New York
Texas Mississippi North Carolina
Utah South Carolina Ohio
Washington Tennessee Pennsylvania
Wisconsin Rhode Island
Vermont
Virginia
West Virginia

Xfinity’s Double Play bundles offer a strong mix of value and performance for households that want multiple Xfinity services. With Xfinity’s Triple Play bundles, you can add nationwide phone service for an extra $10 per month. Landline phones tend to be the red-headed stepchild for providers these days, but it’s still a decent value if you regularly call overseas or don’t have a cell phone.

Xfinity’s bundle with 125 channels and 400 Mbps is our top Xfinity Double Play pick. You’ll get an excellent channel lineup along with download speeds that’ll comfortably support a small household’s internet needs. Check out our Xfinity internet and cable TV reviews to learn more about Xfinity’s bundled services.

How to choose an Xfinity bundle package

  1. Get the internet speed you need
    If you’re getting Xfinity internet for yourself or a small household that goes online only for Facebook or emails, you’ll be fine with a 75 Mbps to 200 Mbps internet plan. But if you have a family of heavy internet users, get a plan with download speeds of at least 300 Mbps. Check out our internet speed guide to learn more about home internet speeds.
  2. What channels are must-haves?
    Xfinity’s TV plans have numerous basic and premium cable channels, so make sure your TV package has the networks you’d consider must-haves by checking Xfinity’s channel lineups. Xfinity also offers TV hardware like the X1 and Flex that come with apps for popular streaming services.
  3. Get the best Xfinity bundle price
    Xfinity’s bundles can get pricey, but make sure you’re not undercutting your household’s needs to save a few bucks.For example, Xfinity has a few TV and internet Double Play bundles that only include a basic 10-channel local package with networks like ABC and FOX. You can typically get these channels for free if you buy an over-the-air antenna.
  4. And keep it (for longer)
    Certain bundles like the Super+ Triple Play package offer longer two-year price guarantees compared to Xfinity’s standalone packages, which only lock in your price for a year before your price goes up. While we’re not the biggest fans of Xfinity’s contracts, its extended price guarantees are a plus if you’re sticking with Xfinity for the long haul.

Xfinity bundles vs. the competition

Plan Bundle prices Download speed Channels Price increase after 12 mo. Details
Xfinity $57.00–$176.00/mo. 75–3,000 Mbps 10–185+ Some plans View Xfinity Plans
Spectrum $89.98–$139.98/mo. 300–1,000 Mbps 125+ Yes View Spectrum Plans
Read Spectrum review
Cox $102.99–$210.99/mo.* 100–1,000 Mbps 75–140+ Yes View Cox Plans
Read Cox review
Optimum $115.00–$210.00/mo. 300–940 Mbps 220–420+ Yes View Optimum Plans
Read Optimum review
Verizon Fios $119.99–$199.99/mo. 200–940 Mbps 125–425+ No View Verizon Fios Plans
Read Verizon Fios review

Data effective as of publish date. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.

Xfinity’s bundles are largely in line with TV and internet bundles from competing cable providers. Xfinity has a standard one-year price guarantee, but in certain regions, you’ll be able to lock your bundle price for two years of guaranteed savings.

Spectrum’s bundle prices look cheaper on paper compared to Xfinity, but that’s due to Spectrum’s unusual plan pricing. Spectrum offers only one TV plan, but you can add à la carte packs for more basic and premium cable channels. Once you add a few packs, Spectrum’s bundle prices line up with Xfinity’s. (And the less said about Cox’s blindingly expensive bundles, the better.)

Providers like Optimum and Verizon Fios have faster fiber internet plans and larger channel counts compared to Xfinity. Fiber internet is more reliable than cable internet and comes with much faster upload speeds. But with both providers, you’ll pay slightly more per month for these premium features.

Xfinity Stream app

If you’ve got an Xfinity double play package, be sure to download the Xfinity Stream app. It lets you watch all your DVR recordings and around 200 channels while you’re on the go. Check out our Xfinity Stream app review for all the deets you crave.

Xfinity bundles specs and features

From home security to cell phones, there are a lot of ways to build your perfect Xfinity bundle. Let’s break down some of Xfinity’s best home phone, TV, and internet bundle features.

Xfinity cell phone plans and bundles

If you love bundling, why stop at Xfinity TV, internet, and home phone when you can have Xfinity cell phone service too?

Xfinity Mobile is only for Xfinity internet customers, and it offers a couple of middle-of-the-road cell phone plans—nothing too flashy. You can also get excellent bundle deals when you combine Xfinity Mobile with an Xfinity internet plan and an Xfinity Flex. Check out our Xfinity Mobile review to learn more about the service.

Xfinity home security bundles

Xfinity is among the few TV and internet service providers that also offer home security. It’s . . . uh . . . not worth spending your money. Sure, you get a discount on the service when you bundle. That’s nice. And if you’ve got an X1 DVR, you can even view your security camera feed right from your TV. That’s kinda neat.

The problem for us is that Xfinity’s home security uses professional monitoring. No, we’re not wearing tinfoil hats about strangers watching your every moment—we’re concerned about trusting your safety to Xfinity’s spotty customer service.

For example, talking with a real person at Xfinity is difficult because it doesn’t even have a phone line you can call. That’s a mild annoyance when you’re trying to get help with your dropped TV service, but it could be a big issue if you couldn’t reach Xfinity’s security help in an emergency.

Unless you’re on a tight budget for home security, we say skip Xfinity’s home security bundles. You deserve better.

Xfinity equipment options

Depending on your exact Xfinity bundle, your plan will come with a lot of hardware, and in many cases, Xfinity won’t let it go for free. Check out our Xfinity equipment guide for a full breakdown of Xfinity’s hardware options.

Final take: Are Xfinity bundles worth it?

If you need internet and TV, it’s usually more affordable to get them from the same provider, and that wisdom holds true with Xfinity bundle packages.

We still wish Xfinity offered better benefits with its bundles. The monthly savings are nice, but we’d love to see perks like included equipment or free subscriptions. All things considered, Xfinity bundles are run-of-the-mill—which honestly describes everything about Xfinity to a T.

Methodology

To find out how Xfinity’s bundles stacked up to the competition, we rated each bundle in areas including value, channel count, and potential savings. We also used our annual internet customer satisfaction and TV customer satisfaction surveys to see how real Xfinity customers felt about the provider.

To learn more about our research and testing, check out our How We Rank page.

Xfinity bundles FAQ

What is the cheapest Xfinity package?

The cheapest Xfinity packages in the West region are Connect for internet ($19.99/mo.) and Popular TV for cable TV ($49.99/mo.). Xfinity’s prices and packages vary depending on your location.

  • Central: Choice TV ($20.00 a month, 10+ channels) and Connect ($20.00/mo. for 75 Mbps)
  • Northeast: Limited Basic ($19.99 a month, 10+ channels) and Performance Starter ($29.99/mo. for 75 Mbps)

How much does an Xfinity double play cost?

Xfinity TV and internet double plays start as low as $49 per month—although the price varies a bit by where you live.

But the low-priced plans come with slow internet and only local channels. If you want fast internet speeds and a variety of cable channels, you’ll want to look at Xfinity double plays for around $80 per month or more.

What is the best Xfinity package?

The best Xfinity triple plays include gig speed internet and the highest channel count available in your area. Here are the best Xfinity packages in the West region (your region):

Package Price* Download speeds up to Channel count Phone plan
Premier Triple Play $134.99/mo.* 1,200 Mbps 185+ Unlimited calling nationwide
Gigabit Extra $299.95/mo.* 2,000 Mbps n/a n/a
Ultimate TV $59.99/mo.** n/a 185+ n/a

*For the first 24 months with a 2-year agreement.
**For the first 12 months with a 1-year agreement.
Data effective as of publish date. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.

What are the current Xfinity deals?

Xfinity deals vary by region, but deals can include bundle savings and gift cards. For the most current Xfinity promotions, check out our Xfinity deals guide.

Which Xfinity package should I get?

You should get the package that best fits your budget along with your home TV and internet needs. If your home has a lot of TV watchers or heavy internet users, you’ll want to upgrade to a package like Popular Double Play with more TV channels and fast download speeds.

How can I lower my Xfinity bill?

Use these tips to lower your Xfinity bill:

  1. Look for plans with a multi-year price guarantee.
  2. Downgrade your internet or TV plan.
  3. Don’t use rental equipment and buy your own hardware.

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