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using xfinity 1

new coomcast user.Not sure what "adding to  selected (or "favorite") channels means.I have basic.If I add more am I charged  for those?

also, how do I find   "free" movies?

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vivienne82 wrote:

new coomcast user.Not sure what "adding to  selected (or "favorite") channels means.I have basic.If I add more am I charged  for those?

also, how do I find   "free" movies?


1.  Adding to the Favorite means you are adding the channel listing to your FAVORITE GUIDE....   The X1 platform allows users to create a Favorite Guide Listing which can be selected in settings to be the DEFAULT GUIDE, allowing the user to customize the guide to see only what they want to see and have that Guide display when pressing the Guide button.

 

2.  On the X1 Remote, press the Xfinity Button, then press OK  for On Demand.   You can then navigate downward to the category FREE MOVIES




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