To ensure you get the best TV programming for your home, get Xfinity TV from Comcast in Rome, GA, and choose from a number of affordable options. If you're looking for digital cable channels, DVR packages, and On Demand options, Xfinity TV is the perfect choice for you.
Do you watch more than 35 hours of television each week in Rome, GA? If so, you're like most Americans. Discover Xfinity TV can fill your TV time. If you are a sports fan and need the local Rome channels, you'll get them with cable TV from Xfinity. Watch the best classic films and new movies with Xfinity TV specials.
Get fast and affordable Internet in Rome, GA; Xfinity provides speeds up to 105 Mbps. You'll get plenty of bandwidth to stream TV shows to your devices with Xfinity Internet, which also provides email (up to seven unique addresses).
With Xfinity Internet in Rome, subscribers can choose from a variety of packages. Whether you surf, listen to music, stream videos, chat, or play online games, Xfinity Internet has a promotion designed to get your entire family online. And each package comes with the most comprehensive Internet security, Constant Guard® , completely free.
Call today for Xfinity offers and bundles, and consolidate two or more products on a single monthly statement. You'll save time and money each month by getting an Xfinity TRIPLE PLAY or DOUBLE PLAY Bundle from Comcast and only working with a single telecommunications provider. Before you know it, you'll be watching your favorite programs, chatting up your friends in Rome, and poking around Facebook.
Your Rome Triple Play or Double Play package comes with state-of-the-art equipment, allowing your TV, Internet, and telephone to work together like never before. You'll experience features like Caller ID automatically displaying on whatever device you happen to be using, whether it's your home phone, smartphone, TV, or PC. All this and more can be yours when you bundle XFINTY Voice and/or Internet with cable television service. You'll become part of the 66% majority in Rome who choose the option of using a single provider to bundle telecommunications services.