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Line limit of only 1 mobile phone on new Xfinity activation??

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Line limit of only 1 mobile phone on new Xfinity activation??

I just swtiched to Xfinity internet on 1/26, and ported a single mobile phone line on 1/28.  At the time, I had a second mobile phone line to port, but I didn't have all of the info required to do so.  On 1/30, I went back to an Xfinity retail store, armed with the necessary information to transfer the second line.  Unfortunately, I didn't even get that far.  After a 15-minute appointment stretched into 90 minutes, complete with calls to finance, some center of excellence and operations, I was given the explanation that "when your account was activated, only one mobile line was authorized" and that I'd have to wait 2-3 billing cycles before adding a second line.

 

Surely this can't be correct.  Has anyone else worked through this problem?  Passing a credit check shouldn't be an issue here.

 

Any help would be appreciated.  Waiting 2-3 billing cycles isn't an option for me, and the retail store seemed to be stuck and couldn't help.  Thanks.

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Re: Line limit of only 1 mobile phone on new Xfinity activation??

I'm posting this as a follow up to my original post for other customers that might have the same problem.

 

First, many thanks to both Phill and KenF for helping me get to a definitive answer.

 

Unfortunately, as of Feb, 2018, once Comcast's / Xfinity's "system" has made an initial determination about a customer's mobile phone line limit, that can't be overridden by anyone.  This is done via some sort of internal credit check algorithm (doesn't hit one of the credit rating agencies), and an external credit check simply can't be done.

 

In my case, that means I'm stuck with just a single mobile phone line until I have a few billing cycles behind me (3-6), at which point I can try again to see if there is a different outcome.

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Re: Line limit of only 1 mobile phone on new Xfinity activation??

Hi Paul_B1, I can review this on my side for you. Could you please send me a private message with your account information (Your name, address and account number).

 

Thank you


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Re: Line limit of only 1 mobile phone on new Xfinity activation??

I'm posting this as a follow up to my original post for other customers that might have the same problem.

 

First, many thanks to both Phill and KenF for helping me get to a definitive answer.

 

Unfortunately, as of Feb, 2018, once Comcast's / Xfinity's "system" has made an initial determination about a customer's mobile phone line limit, that can't be overridden by anyone.  This is done via some sort of internal credit check algorithm (doesn't hit one of the credit rating agencies), and an external credit check simply can't be done.

 

In my case, that means I'm stuck with just a single mobile phone line until I have a few billing cycles behind me (3-6), at which point I can try again to see if there is a different outcome.

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