The majority of Americans watch 35 hours of television per week; that includes Xfinity customers in Tualatin, OR. Xfinity TV specials deliver channel after channel of the TV shows and movies you love, from timeless classics to the latest blockbusters. Get the most live sports on cable with Xfinity, which includes local Tualatin channels, too.
Tualatin residents can enjoy what Comcast cable has to offer through Xfinity TV. With a variety of programming packages to fit any budget, you get HD channels, the convenience of DVR recording and playback, and On Demand movies and TV shows. Call today to find out what Xfinity TV can give you.
With a wide range of packages, Xfinity Internet offers valuable benefits to every Tualatin, OR subscriber. Each package comes standard with one of the industry's most comprehensive online protection packages, Constant Guard® , ensuring a safe online experience while surfing at Internet speeds up to 105 Mbps. Xfinity provides every customer with Xfinity Connect, which includes up to seven email addresses with 10 GB of storage space for each.
You'll get fast speeds with Xfinity Internet, so you can share music and photos, enjoy lag-free gaming, or get the whole family online at the same time. Xfinity Internet has the right promotion for you if you want quality, speed, and a variety of packages.
Here's a great way to stay on budget: with an Xfinity TRIPLE PLAY or DOUBLE PLAY bundle to fit your lifestyle. All of your telecommunications needs are taken care of with one monthly statement. Start watching your favorite shows and movies, talking with friends in Tualatin, and shopping online when you choose a money-saving Xfinity bundle from Comcast.
Innovative hardware comes standard with your cable package in Tualatin, OR when you choose to bundle your TV programming, Internet package, and/or digital Home Phone services in a Triple Play or Double Play bundle. Caller ID on your TV, PC, and smartphone is an added bonus. When you bundle your Xfinity Voice and TV in Tualatin, you can join the 66% of Oregonians who've jumped at the chance to bundle their telecommunication services with a single service provider.