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When Did Xfinity stop allowing hotspot wifi access for ppl that have low high speed under 25 mpbs?

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When Did Xfinity stop allowing hotspot wifi access for ppl that have low high speed under 25 mpbs?

When Did Xfinity stop allowing hotspot wifi access for ppl that have low high speed under 25 mpbs?  When they first came out,  they allowed all speeds to connect.   I was just given a device that could do that, when I am out of town.  I have low speed though.  I was going to create a 3rd user account,  so I could access Xfinity on that device,  since it seems most hotspots connections are unsecure. I would login with that user name instead of the main user name.     I guess I won't be able to do that now because they raised the speed requirement.   I'm areadly paying to much for my services.   I pay around $77.00 a month for limited basic cable, economy internent & modem rental.   $34.95 internet plus $10.00 modem rental.  The rest is for cable.  I am thinking of quiting the internet. 

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Question / concern moved here from home networking for greater exposure to actual Comcast employees for an answer.




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