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Xfinity Internet Plans and Pricing

Our experts researched and tested Xfinity internet for hundreds of hours and found that its plans are complicated, but you’'ll still get decent internet service.

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

Price: $24.99–$299.95/mo.

Download speeds: 75–6,000 Mbps

Upload speeds: 10–6,000 Mbps

Data cap: 1.2 TB–Unlimited

Contract: 1-year agreement or no-term agreement

Top plans Price Download speeds up to Upload speeds up to
Connect $24.99/mo.* 75 Mbps 10 Mbps View plan
Connect More $39.99/mo.* 200 Mbps 10 Mbps View plan
Gigabit Extra $80.00/mo.** 1,200 Mbps 35 Mbps View plan

*For the first 12 months with a 1-year agreement.
**For the first 24 months with no term agreement.
Data effective as of publish date. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.

Is Xfinity internet good?

Xfinity internet is good for most folks because of its wide availability, fast speeds, and competitive pricing that starts at only $19.99 monthly. Xfinity’s data overage fees can stack up fast, and its reliance on contracts makes things more complicated than we’d like for an internet provider. But overall, you’ll get excellent internet service and great freebies like the Xfinity Flex when you get an Xfinity internet plan.

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Xfinity internet pros and cons


  • Reliable network
  • Xfinity Wi-Fi hotspots
  • No-contract plans


  • Data caps
  • Slow upload speeds
  • Overpriced equipment

Xfinity internet deals and promotions

Right now, the big Xfinity freebies include getting the Xfinity Flex with your standalone internet plan and Peacock Premium with either the Xfinity Flex or the X1 DVR.

You can also sign up for Xfinity Mobile, which offers affordable cell phone service for Xfinity internet customers. And as an extra perk, Xfinity has been known to sometimes throw in a Visa prepaid card when you sign up for qualifying plans. Who doesn’t love a gift card? You can see all of Xfinity’s best offers on our Xfinity deals page.

  • Connect — Download speeds up to 75 Mbps for $24.99/mo.*
  • Connect More — Download speeds up to 200 Mbps for $39.99/mo.*
  • Fast— Download speeds up to 400 Mbps for $50.00/mo.**
  • Superfast — Download speeds up to 800 Mbps for $65.00/mo.**
  • Gigabit — Download speeds up to 1,000 Mbps for $75.00/mo.**
  • Gigabit Extra — Download speeds up to 1,200 Mbps for $80.00/mo.***
  • Gigabit x6 — Download speeds up to 6,000 Mbps for $299.95/mo.***

*For the first 12 months with a 1-year agreement.
**For the first 24 months with no term 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.

Xfinity goes whole hog on deals and promotions—you can see them all on our Xfinity deals page. Right now, the big freebies are getting the Xfinity Flex with your standalone internet plan and Peacock Premium with either the Xfinity Flex or the X1 DVR. You can also sign up for Xfinity Mobile, which offers affordable cell phone service for Xfinity internet customers.

But some of these deals seem more like a threat than a reward. In particular, you can save $10 per month when you use automatic payments and paperless billing. But that $10 off is already factored into Xfinity’s advertised internet price.

So if you like paper and mailing in checks (there’s gotta be someone like that still), this deal is more like a potential $10 expense. In general, it’s just crummy Xfinity makes it seem like you’re getting big monthly savings when you’re basically doing the default thing.

But not all the discounts are hollow ploys—see our bundles section above for how much you’ll save getting multiple services through Xfinity. And as an extra perk, Xfinity has been known to sometimes throw in a Visa prepaid card when you sign up for qualifying plans. Who doesn’t love a gift card?

Xfinity internet deals

  • Xfinity Flex free with internet-only plan
  • Peacock Premium free with Xfinity Flex or X1 DVR
  • $10/mo. off with automatic payments and paperless billing
  • $20–$60/mo. off when you sign up for multiple services
  • Gift card sometimes included with select plans
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Xfinity internet packages and plans in your area

Xfinity internet plans (West)

Package Price Max. download speed Max. upload speed Internet type Details
Connect $24.99/mo.* 75 Mbps 10 Mbps Cable View plans
Connect More $39.99/mo.* 200 Mbps 10 Mbps Cable View plans
Fast $50.00/mo.* 400 Mbps 10 Mbps Cable View plans
Superfast $65.00/mo.* 800 Mbps 20 Mbps Cable View plans
Gigabit $75.00/mo.* 1,000 Mbps 20 Mbps Cable View plans
Gigabit Extra $80.00/mo.* 1,200 Mbps 35 Mbps Fiber View plans
Gigabit x6 $299.95/mo.** 6,000 Mbps 6,000 Mbps Fiber View plans

*For the first 12 months with a 1-year agreement.
**For the first 24 months with no term agreement.
Data effective as of publish date. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.

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PackagePriceMax. download speedMax. upload speedInternet typeDetails
Connect$30.00/mo.*75 Mbps10 MbpsCableView plans
Connect More$40.00/mo.*200 Mbps10 MbpsCableView plans
Fast$55.00/mo.**400 Mbps10 MbpsCableView plans
Superfast$70.00/mo.**800 Mbps20 MbpsCableView plans
Gigabit$75.00/mo.**1,000 Mbps20 MbpsCableView plans
Gigabit Extra$80.00/mo.**1,200 Mbps35 MbpsFiberView plans

*For the first 12 months with a 1-year agreement.

**For the first 24 months with no agreement.

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

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PackagePriceMax. download speedMax. upload speedInternet typeDetails
Performance Starter$65.00/mo.75 Mbps10 MbpsCableView plan
Performance$83.95/mo.200 Mbps10 MbpsCableView plan
Performance Pro$39.99/mo.*400 Mbps10 MbpsCableView plan
Blast!$59.99/mo.*800 Mbps20 MbpsCableView plan
Extreme Pro$69.99/mo.*1,000 Mbps20 MbpsCableView plan
Gigabit$79.99/mo.*1,200 Mbps35 MbpsFiberView plan
Gigabit Pro$299.95/mo.**6,000 Mbps6,000 MbpsFiberView plan

*For the first 24 months with no term agreement.
**With a 2-year agreement.
Data effective as of publish date. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.

Xfinity divides its plans into three regions (West, Central, and Northeast), and Xfinity’s prices depend on which region your state is in. Check out the tables above to see how much Xfinity internet costs in your town.

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
West Virginia

Xfinity’s region-specific prices make it tricky to give specific plan recommendations, but in general, we’d recommend focusing on three things: price, download speeds, and contract requirements.

For instance, we’re all for the Performance Pro/Fast plan, which comes with 400 Mbps at a fair starting price. With a 400 Mbps plan, you’ll be able to support a full household’s internet needs without breaking a sweat. (Check out our internet speed guide below to learn more about which Xfinity speed plan works best for your home.)

Should you need faster Xfinity internet plans, Xfinity plans are moderately priced for their speeds. We’re also fans of Xfinity’s budget-friendly plans with first-year pricing under $30.00 per month. Although these plans aren’t the fastest, they’ll be more than enough if your household only needs the internet for emails or Facebook updates.

Xfinity no-contract plans in your area

While Xfinity has traditionally been stringent about contracts and hefty early termination fees, the provider has gotten increasingly chill about handing over contract-free internet—if you’re lucky.

In Xfinity’s Central and Northeast regions, you’ll get a generous two-year price guarantee with no contract on certain internet plans. But in Xfinity’s West region, you’ll have to settle for a shorter one-year price guarantee alongside a contract.

We’d wish Xfinity dropped contracts across the board—Xfinity’s early termination fee costs $10 per month left in your contract—but we’ll take progress wherever we can find it. Life is too unpredictable to tie yourself down to early termination fees. Go where the wind takes you. (Hey, who put this fortune cookie into our Xfinity review?)

Don’t go for a no-contract plan unless you’re using Xfinity for a very short time. If you break your term agreement just one to five months early, you’ll pay less in early termination fees than you would have on the no-contract plan.


Xfinity internet vs. the competition

Plan Price Download speed Data cap Price increase after 12 mo. Details
Xfinity $24.99–$299.95/mo.** 75–6,000 Mbps 1.2 TB–Unlimited Some plans View Xfinity Plans
Spectrum $49.99–$89.99/mo.* 300–1,000 Mbps Unlimited Yes View Spectrum Plans
Read Spectrum review
Cox $49.99–$99.00/mo.* 100–1,000 Mbps 1.2 TB Yes View Cox Plans
Read Cox review
AT&T $55.00.–$180.00/mo. 100–5,000 Mbps Unlimited No View AT&T Plans
Read AT&T review
Verizon Fios $49.99–$89.99/mo. 200–940 Mbps Unlimited No View Verizon Fios Plans
Read Verizon Fios review

* For first 12 months.
** For first 12 or 24 months.
Data effective as of publish date. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.

Among cable internet service providers (ISPs), Xfinity largely comes out ahead of the competition.

Its prices are better than Spectrum or Cox, and many Xfinity plans offer a longer two-year price lock for better savings. Xfinity’s biggest downsides are its contracts (on certain plans) and data cap, which is droppable if you pay an additional fee or upgrade to a Gigabit plan. By comparison, Spectrum has no data cap and contract-free internet.

But Xfinity will always be a step behind fiber ISPs like AT&T and Verizon Fios. Both providers offer competitive pricing alongside fast upload speeds and superior internet performance compared to cable ISPs.

Xfinity availability

Xfinity offers cable internet service nearly nationwide, and it’s widely available depending on your location. Check out our Xfinity availability map to learn more about Xfinity’s plans in your state and visit our Xfinity Español guide to learn more about Spanish-language Xfinity services.

Xfinity internet specs and features

Xfinity offers a lot of options, add-ons, and equipment alongside its internet plans. Let’s break down the most important features for Xfinity internet plans.

Xfinity bundles in your area

If you’re in the market for more than just internet and don’t want an Xfinity internet-only plan, bundling multiple services gets you the best Xfinity internet prices. Depending on where you live, you can save up to $20 off two services, $40 off three services, and $60 off four services (Xfinity offers home security plans in some areas).

Households who want to bundle an Xfinity cell phone plan can also sign up for Xfinity Mobile. Xfinity Mobile offers only a couple of plans, but if you don’t use a lot of data, Xfinity’s By the Gig plan can be super affordable. Who likes scrolling endlessly through social media apps, anyway?

(“I do,” whispers this writer. The night looms, and a distant wolf howls. “I do.”)

Xfinity’s TV plans aren’t necessarily the cheapest. But thanks to add-ons like the X1 DVR and free Peacock Premium, they’ll still offer decent value if you want the convenience that comes from bundling services. If you’re regularly calling overseas family members or need a landline for a home security system, you can also add Xfinity phone service to your bundle.

To learn more about what to expect from multiple Xfinity services, head over to our Xfinity bundles review.

Xfinity customer satisfaction

Xfinity earned excellent scores as the second-best internet provider in our annual customer satisfaction survey. The provider didn’t land lower than third place in categories, including value, equipment quality, and ease of installation.

Xfinity hidden costs

Depending on your exact Xfinity package, your bill might come with charges ranging from equipment to regional sports channel fees. Visit our Xfinity hidden costs guide to learn which fees you can avoid and which ones you’ll have to live with.

Xfinity internet speeds

Xfinity internet plans come in up to seven speed tiers, ranging from 75 Mbps to 6,000 Mbps in some areas.

In fact, Xfinity ranks as one of the fastest internet providers around. However, we typically recommend getting the right internet speed for you rather than just the fastest internet plan available.

If you’re just getting internet for a small household that doesn’t use the internet much, we’d recommend up to a 200 Mbps Xfinity internet plan. But if your family is frequently streaming 4K content, consider Xfinity’s faster internet plans. For households with high internet demands, we’d suggest allotting at least 50 Mbps to 100 Mbps per user to figure out how much internet speed you need.

Check out these three popular Xfinity internet packages below to see which speed is right for you.

75 m b p s


(75 Mbps)

Common uses:

  • Checking emails
  • Watching videos
  • Reading news

Most affordable

Xfinity’s Connect plan offers decent internet speeds at a low price. This plan will work the best if you’re getting internet service for one or two people.

200 m b p s

Connect More

(200 Mbps)

Common uses:

  • Video calls
  • Gaming online
  • Streaming video for a few people

Best value

Connect More offers faster download speeds that’ll come in handy if two to four people need the internet for web browsing and occasional Netflix nights.

1200 m b p s


(1,200 Mbps)

Common uses:

  • Transferring large files for work/school
  • Multiple people taking video calls
  • Streaming in 4K on multiple TVs

Best speed

Consider Gigabit if your household has heavy internet users who regularly take Zoom calls or watch 4K movies. Gigabit will be a great fit for the most demanding users.

Xfinity fiber internet

Xfinity’s internet network is a hybrid of a fiber-optic backbone to carry internet signals quickly over long distances and coaxial cables to affordably carry internet directly to your home.

In some urban areas, Xfinity has built up its fiber-optic network. This allows for super-fast gig plans, including Gigabit x6—one of the fastest gig plans on the market today.

Along with 6,000 Mbps (6 Gbps) download speeds and similarly fast upload speeds from Xfinity, Gigabit x6 also has unlimited data usage. The power! Imagine how many 4K Ultra HD movies you can stream without worrying about going over your data cap.

But Gigabit x6 comes with a two-year agreement and a whopping $299.95 per month price tag. Since Gigabit x6 is excessive in every way, we don’t blame you if you decide to check yourself before you wreck yourself. The plain ole Gigabit plan offers a still-blazing-fast 1,000 Mbps for $75.00 per month. That’s more than $200.00 less at the very least.

But the choice is still yours. If you gotta go fast, you gotta go fast—right?

Xfinity fiber internet lets you:

  • Stream 4K video on multiple devices
  • Download HD movies in minutes
  • Game online without lag
  • Upload large files for work

Xfinity data usage and unlimited data

Thanks to Xfinity’s 1.2 TB internet data cap, you’ll have plenty of data for your family’s browsing, Instagram scrolling, and Netflix marathoning.

Keep in mind, our day-to-day internet usage grows all the time. Say you get a new 4K TV and start streaming 4K videos all the time. Since 4K videos can use more than three times as much data as typical HD streaming, you might run through your data faster than you realize.

If you go overboard with your data usage, Xfinity can charge you up to $200 per month each time you do. At least Xfinity will send you some warnings once you start reaching your limits, so you don’t have to let your data usage keep you up at night.

To avoid data overage charges, you can get Xfinity’s unlimited data internet upgrade for $30 per month or unlimited data with xFi Complete Play for only $25 per month.

Or, if for some reason you really want the over-bloated Gigabit x6 plan (the one with 6,000 Mbps for $299.95 per month), you don’t have to worry about paying more for unlimited data—that comes included.

Check out our Xfinity data cap guide to learn more about Xfinity’s data cap policies.

Xfinity Prepaid Internet

Xfinity Prepaid Internet is Xfinity’s no-contract and flat-rate internet package. For $15 per week or $45 per month, you’ll get a 50 Mbps internet connection and won’t have to deal with a service agreement or price increases after your first year. Check out our full Xfinity Prepaid Internet review to learn more about the service.

Xfinity internet equipment

When you sign up for an Xfinity internet plan, you’ll need some internet equipment. Xfinity will offer you an Xfinity gateway—the current model is called Xfinity xFi—and a free-of-charge streaming device called Xfinity Flex.

Xfinity gateway

Xfinity gateways are modem/routers that support your phone, internet, and Wi-Fi connection. Xfinity brags about its gateway’s long list of features, but we can sum up most of them by saying the gateway is secure and works.

There are a few interesting aspects of renting an Xfinity gateway—the current gateway Xfinity xFi has built-in parental controls, tech support, and app compatibility. The xFi also comes with Xfinity’s Advanced Security service, which protects your home network from security risks and phishing threats.

But you can save a lot more money in the long run by buying your own Xfinity-compatible modem and router. Head over to our “Best Xfinity-Compatible Modems” article for help picking out the right one for your Xfinity plan.

How to get Xfinity Wi-Fi plans

You can get an Xfinity home Wi-Fi plan by following three easy steps:

  1. Choose an Xfinity internet plan
  2. Order Xfinity internet online or over the phone
  3. Add an xFi Gateway to your internet plan

Xfinity xFi (Xfinity Wi-Fi)

The Xfinity xFi gateway costs $14 per month to rent. You’ll have a secure connection, and you can manage your controls from your computer or phone with the Xfinity app (available on Google Play or the Apple App Store).

The Xfinity app will help you with your internet equipment installation. You can also use it to control your Wi-Fi network name and password. You can even pause the Wi-Fi connection or set kid-friendly protections right from your phone.

If nothing else, you can use the Xfinity xFi and the app from your bed if you think your teen is using the Wi-Fi in the middle of the night (although with smartphones, the ole “hand over your phone” trick is probably best—your xFi won’t control mobile networks).

Also, if your house is bigger than 2,000 square feet, add on xFi Complete to blanket your home with that sweet Wi-Fi love. Your total xFi costs will be $25 per month, but you’ll get unlimited data and any extenders you need to get Wi-Fi throughout a large home.

Comparing Xfinity xFi features

Personal modem/router Xfinity xFi Xfinity xFi Complete
Dual-band Wi-Fi Dual-band Wi-Fi Dual-band Wi-Fi
Connect devices wirelessly and with cables Connect devices wirelessly and with cables Connect devices wirelessly and with cables
Compatible with Xfinity Voice and Xfinity Home Compatible with Xfinity Voice and Xfinity Home
Integrated Xfinity Wi-Fi hotspot Integrated Xfinity Wi-Fi hotspot
Whole Home WiFi coverage analysis
Unlimited data

Xfinity Flex

When you sign up for an internet-only plan, Xfinity gives you an Xfinity Flex free of charge. The Xfinity Flex is a streaming device sort of like a Roku. You can use it to watch TV with apps like Peacock, Netflix, and Amazon Prime Video right on your TV. There’s even a voice remote! It’s all very convenient.

So why is the Xfinity Flex free? Er, the jury’s still out on that one.

Xfinity could be giving the Xfinity Flex out solely based on the kindness of its corporate heart. But the Xfinity Flex is still pretty new, and it’s kinda crummy—so maybe Xfinity is tapping into its customer base for free beta testing.

If you want to look this gift horse in the mouth some more (and you really should—no one wants to be saddled with caring for a cavity-ridden horse), join us over at our full Xfinity Flex review.

Final take: Is Xfinity internet worth it?

Xfinity internet comes at a satisfactory price, and we like to get free stuff like the Xfinity Flex and Peacock Premium. But Xfinity creates a lot of hullabaloo to make you think you’re getting a better deal than you really are.

Xfinity isn’t superb or awe-inspiring, but it will get the job done at an affordable price.

Xfinity internet FAQ

How much is Xfinity Internet by itself?

Xfinity offers internet-only plans between $24.99 per month for 75 Mbps and $299.95 monthly for up to 6,000 Mbps download speeds. Your exact Xfinity internet plans will depend on Xfinity’s options in your area.

What is the cheapest Xfinity internet package?

The cheapest Xfinity internet package is Connect, which offers 75 Mbps download speeds for $24.99 per month. Xfinity’s cheapest internet plans include the following packages:

  • Connect — Download speeds up to 75 Mbps for $24.99/mo.*
  • Connect More — Download speeds up to 200 Mbps for $39.99/mo.*
  • Fast — Download speeds up to 400 Mbps for $50.00/mo.

*For the first 12 months with a one-year agreement. 

Visit our breakdown of Xfinity’s cheapest internet plans to learn about affordable Xfinity internet options.

How much is Xfinity internet after 12 months?

Xfinity prices will increase by around $20 to $30 monthly after your 12-month promotional period ends. On Xfinity’s Gigabit plans, you’ll have a longer two-year price guarantee and Gigabit Pro doesn’t have a scheduled price increase.

Plans Price Regular price
Connect $24.99/mo. $61.00/mo.*
Connect More $39.99/mo. $73.00/mo.*
Fast $50.00/mo. $83.00/mo.*
Superfast $65.00/mo. $93.00/mo.*
Gigabit $75.00/mo. $103.00/mo.*
Gigabit Extra $80.00/mo. $113.00/mo.*
Gigabit x6 $299.95/mo. $299.95/mo.

*Price after 24 months
Data effective as of publish date. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change.

What is the best Xfinity internet plan?

The best Xfinity internet plan fits your budget and home internet speed needs. Check out our general recommendations below and visit our internet speed guide to learn more about internet speeds:

  • Best for budgets: Connect and Connect More
  • Best for most families: Fast and Superfast
  • Best for heavy internet users: Ultrafast, Gigabit, and Gigabit Pro

Can I get cheap internet from Xfinity if I have a low income?

If you qualify for specific government assistance programs, you can apply for Xfinity’s Internet Essentials.

Internet Essentials costs $9.95 per month and offers only 50 Mbps. That’s not super fast, but it’s enough to connect you with most internet necessities—or “essentials,” one might say.

Check out our guide to Xfinity’s cheapest internet plans if you’re interested in saving money on Xfinity internet.

Is Xfinity internet unlimited?

Xfinity provides unlimited internet data only on its 3,000 Mbps Gigabit Extra plan. On all the other plans, Xfinity implements either a 1 TB (1,024 GB) or 1.2 TB (1,229 GB) data cap based on where you live.

Xfinity’s data caps are big enough for most families, but keep an eye on your data if you stream many 4K videos. You’ll have to pay a $10 fee for each 50 GB block of additional data you use beyond your data cap.

Or you can instead add unlimited internet to your plan for $30 per month and cruise past your data caps seamlessly.

Can I cancel Xfinity TV and keep internet service?

Yes, you can cancel your Xfinity TV and keep internet service if you want to downgrade your Xfinity bundle. Early termination fees will apply only if you’re in a service agreement and cancel every Xfinity service.

Head over to our “How to Change or Cancel Xfinity Service” article to learn more.

How fast is Xfinity’s upload speed?

Xfinity’s internet packages have upload speeds of between 10 Mbps to 6,000 Mbps. Faster upload speeds are important if you’re frequently uploading files or taking video calls.

Does Xfinity have fiber-optic?

Xfinity does have a fiber-optic network, which is also known as its Ethernet Passive Optical Network (EPON). The fiber network offers faster internet and TV performance, but it’s only available in areas where Comcast has upgraded its internet network.

Is Xfinity 25 Mbps good?

Xfinity’s 75 Mbps internet plan is Xfinity’s slowest internet plan since Xfinity retired its 25 Mbps plan, but it can work if you’re getting the internet for one to two people who primarily check email or social media pages. For larger households who watch Netflix or play online games, you’ll want at least a 200 Mbps Xfinity internet plan.

What is a good internet speed for Xfinity?

Xfinity’s 200 Mbps internet plans will be fast enough for most families with basic internet needs like checking Instagram or watching Netflix. But if your household has multiple people who are regularly downloading large files for work or taking video calls, consider looking at Xfinity’s plans with 400 Mbps and higher download speeds.

Can I pay for just Xfinity WiFi?

You can’t, because Xfinity no longer sells on-demand access passes for its Wi-Fi hotspot network. The only way to connect to an Xfinity hotspot is to have an Xfinity internet plan.

Why is Xfinity Wi-Fi so slow?

Xfinity Wi-Fi problems can be caused by issues ranging from old drivers to concrete walls. Check out our slow internet guide to troubleshoot common Xfinity Wi-Fi issues.

Is Xfinity internet down?

Xfinity internet outages can happen because of bad weather or technicians doing work in your area. If your internet is down, visit our Xfinity internet troubleshooting guide to confirm if it’s a problem on your end or with Xfinity’s network.

Is Xfinity TV free with internet?

Xfinity TV isn’t free with Xfinity internet, but Xfinity internet customers can get the Xfinity Flex streaming stick for free. The Flex gives customers access to Xfinity’s on-demand library and streaming services like HBO Max.

Is Xfinity internet expensive?

Xfinity doesn’t have the most expensive cable internet plans because it has multiple packages with starting prices of less than $50 per month. But most of Xfinity’s internet plans have price increases after your first year.


Our experts crunched the numbers on Xfinity’s internet plans, rating them for bang for your buck, reliability, features, and customer satisfaction. Then we matched up Xfinity’s internet plans against the competition to give a clearer picture of their strengths and weaknesses. For more information on our methodology, check out our How We Rank page.

Bang for your buck

  • (3.5 /5)


  • (3.5 /5)


  • (3 /5)

Customer satisfaction

  • (4.15 /5)

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