Xfinity customers in Annandale, NJ are part of the majority of Americans who watch 35 hours of television per week. The current and classic TV shows and movies you love are included in Xfinity TV specials. Get the most live, local sports in Annandale with a local programming package from Xfinity.
Annandale residents now have the best that cable TV has to offer: Xfinity TV from Comcast. Select what you want from a range of affordable programming packages, including digital channels, a DVR to record your shows, and On Demand choices with thousands of new options each month. With Xfinity, you get the best TV programming.
Xfinity provides high-speed Internet, getting you online at speeds up to 105 Mbps. Residents in Annandale can connect devices and stream their favorite TV shows with Xfinity Internet. Plus, every Internet package comes with up to seven email accounts.
Xfinity Internet is available in a variety of packages. If you need to get the entire family online, Xfinity Internet has the perfect promotion for Annandale subscribers. There is a package just for you, whether you need the right speed to play games online or want to share music and photos. It even includes Constant Guard® , a comprehensive online protection suite, at no additional cost.
WIth Xfinity, you have the opportunity to bundle all your services and receive one monthly statement. Choose a service you can trust as your sole provider and save money each month with an Xfinity TRIPLE PLAY or DOUBLE PLAY bundle. In no time at all, you'll be watching the big game in Annandale, calling your friends around the country, and keeping up with current events on the Web.
Get cutting-edge equipment with your Xfinity package in Annandale when you combine cable television, high-speed Internet, and/or Home Phone in a Triple Play or Double Play bundle. Your TV, computer, tablet, and smartphone can be equipped with Caller ID services. By bundling Xfinity Voice and/or Internet with TV service, all this is possible. You'll become part of the 66% majority in Annandale who choose the option of using a single provider to bundle telecommunications services.