Newberg residents have more ways to watch TV and save money thanks to Xfinity packages from Comcast providing a variety of everyone's favorite channels. Packages include digital cable channels, DVR recording and playback, and On Demand, so Xfinity TV fits your schedule.
Most Newberg residents view 35 hours of TV per week, and Xfinity TV ensures that these hours are filled with the most entertainment possible. Xfinity TV provides Newberg sports fans with their favorite local cable channels. Choose Xfinity TV specials and get the best new movies as well as all the classic films you love.
Xfinity Internet in Newberg, OR comes in a wide variety of packages. All Internet packages include Constant Guard® , the most comprehensive online protection suite, at no additional cost. You can also get super-fast Internet, with speeds up to 105 Mbps. Xfinity lets you stream your favorite TV shows to your wireless devices and provides up to seven email accounts so everyone in the family can stay connected.
With Xfinity Internet, you'll get fast speeds to play online games, share music and photos, or get the whole family online simultaneously. Xfinity Internet has the right promotion for you if you want quality, speed, and a variety of packages.
You can save money through Xfinity TRIPLE PLAY and DOUBLE PLAY bundles. You'll get the added bonus of having all your telecommunications services on a single monthly statement. Like first-run Hollywood movies? Chatting with friends across the country? Surfing Facebook? With an Xfinity bundle from Comcast you can do all of these things faster and cheaper than ever before.
When you bundle your TV, Internet package, and/or digital Home Phone services in a Triple Play or Double Play bundle, you get innovative equipment standard with your cable package in Newberg, OR. Included at no additional cost is the ability to get Caller ID on your TV, PC, tablet, and smartphone devices. Get it all when you bundle Xfinity Voice and TV, and join the more than two-thirds of Newberg residents who have already made the decision to bundle their telecommunications services with a single provider.