Ready to talk gear? Xfinity offers the following gadgetry to go with your TV package or bundle. Most of them include an additional monthly fee.
The X1 is Xfinity’s highly rated DVR/receiver and TV service. It costs an additional $5.00 a month.
But if you don’t need or want DVR service, you can save money by choosing an HD or SD non-DVR box. They’re $5.00 a month for the first box, $9.95 a month for each additional box. But remember: the $9.95 monthly HD fee still applies with the HD box.
Data as of post date. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.
Depending where you’re located, and what’s in stock, you’ll get one of three Xfinity X1 models.
If you’d like to watch your Xfinity content on another TV, you can pay $9.95 a month for an extra X1 DVR—or choose a non-DVR X1 TV box for $5.00 a month to use on the additional TV. The non-DVR boxes can set and play recordings, but not store them (they’ll be on your primary X1 DVR).
But if you don’t care about recording and storing programming, you can save $10 a month by using a non-DVR X1 as your main receiver.
It’s important to note here that Xfinity sends out various models of non-DVR X1 boxes. One, the RNG150N, is not compatible with the Xfinity voice remote. If you want that sweet hands-free navigation, you might want to ask an Xfinity rep which box you should expect in your region.
For more on the X1, read our in-depth Xfinity X1 review.
What is Xfinity Flex? We’re so glad you asked. If you have an Xfinity internet plan, but not TV service, and you don’t see a TV plan or bundle that fits your budget, consider Xfinity Flex, the provider’s free streaming device/service.
Flex houses free livestreaming and on-demand apps like Pluto, Tubi, Xumo, and YouTube (plus many more). That means you’ll have a combined library of 200+ live channels and countless on-demand titles (including 10,000+ movies and TV shows from Xfinity alone). Xfinity even provides free access to NBC’s Peacock Premium streaming service.
You can also use Flex to watch (or listen to) your HBO, Hulu, Netflix, Pandora, Prime Video, and Spotify subscriptions, which is supremely convenient.
To get in on this action, request your Xfinity Flex box. You can add an extra Flex for $5 a month (limit two boxes total).
And to learn more about Flex, read our full Xfinity Flex review.
Xfinity Flex with XR15 voice remote.
Both the X1 and Xfinity Flex come with either the Xfinity XR11 or XR15 voice remote. The difference between the two is aesthetic, not functional—both remotes have these features:
- Voice control
- Backlit keypad
- 5-minute skip for live TV or DVR recording
- 10-minute skip for Xfinity On Demand
- Aim Anywhere function
- Automatic pairing
- Accessibility features (closed captioning, video description, voice guidance)
For more information on all Xfinity equipment, see our review.