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Anyplay in Chicago

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Anyplay in Chicago

Comcast Joe, any update on when Anyplay will be rolled out in the Chicago suburbs?

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Re: Anyplay in Chicago

or anywhere else for that matter.  

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Re: Anyplay in Chicago

I recently posted the below in another thread last month about AnyPlay.

 

 

As a general update, in addition to all iPads running iOS 4,3 or later, the following Android devices (running Honeycomb or ICS OS) are compatible with AnyPlay:

 

• Motorola Xoom
• Motorola Xoom2
• Samsung Galaxy 1800
• Samsung Galaxy 10.1
• Samsung Galaxy 8.9
• Samsung Galaxy 7


AVAILABILITY UPDATE;

AnyPlay is scheduled to be available in additional Comcast areas in July including the following areas:

 

AR, CA (San Francisco Area), CO, GA, IL, IN, KY, LA, NM, MI, OR,  SC, TN and WA

 

More locations and additional details will be announced soon. Thanks for your patience.

 


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Re: Anyplay in Chicago

Hello,

And comcast always mentions that it will be available for other devices then what about doing something for the blackberry phones running os 7.1 and below.

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Re: Anyplay in Chicago

I just spoke with Comcast.  The good news is that Anyplay should be available in Chicago suburbs on 7/28.  The bad news is that there will be a $10 monthly charge!!  Too bad, I'm sure it would have been a great feature, but not at that price...

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I have confirmed that comcast will be charging $10/month to use Anyplay.  Why should customers who are already paying upwards of $200/month to watch tv in their homes pay an additional $10/month...to watch tv in their homes?  Isn't that the same as being charged twice for the same service?  Customers would be better off buying a slingbox.  They could then watch on 3g and watch outside their homes...a better offering than Anyplay.  Very disappointing!

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Re: Anyplay in Chicago


rog286713 wrote:

According to comcast Joe in this thread there is no charge. 

 

http://forums.comcast.com/t5/XfinityTV-Mobile-Apps/Denver-Suburb-resident-How-do-i-get-ANYPLAY/td-p/...


That was for the beta testing but it is now being released in more markets. I have removed my post to remove any confusion.

 

Thanks,
Joe
XfinityTV.com/Xfinity.com Support
Twitter: @XfinityTVJoe


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Re: Anyplay in Chicago

AnyPlay is now available in additional locations. 

 

Give us a call at 1-800-COMCAST or stop by a Verizon Wireless store. 

Available in these areas: Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah and Washington.

 

Additional locations will be announced soon.   


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