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I don't stream data, at least that I know of. I have internet and TV with Comcast, and a home wifi network. I use ATT for my cell phones.
I've never paid attention to data from Comcast, but while browsing my account online, I saw this:
So, where is this data coming from? Could it be when my kids come over, and they don't know that their phones may be connected to xfinity? As far as I know, when they come over, their phones auto connect to our home SSID, and any thing that they do wirelessly over their phones goes through our home wifi network, and out cell phone service is with ATT. And if that's not it, where does this data come from?
Yes, if you connect to Wi-Fi with a phone you would be using Comcast and not ATT. That's why everyone wants Wi-Fi -- it's less expensive to use than cellular data.
You can go here for more information: https://dataplan.xfinity.com/
I have two lines with Xfinity Mobile, I've moved from AT&T after 14 years with them...no regrets! The service is fine so far, no complains!
My only question is about WIFI Calling on Androids phones? I know it is in "development" or "beta" stage. Does anyone know and ETA on that? Rumors?
I have a quite low signal levels in my home and need the feature asap.
I need help lowering my bill. It has increased by 40.00 in just 2 months with no change in service. Thanks.
Hi ADoggett1 -- I can help with your account rates. Please send me a PM with your name, full service address, and either phone number or account number for authentication. I will review our available offers that we can apply to your account.
Click my name (ComcastZach) and click Private Message Me.
X1 Performance Plan
Zipcode 18969 Sellersville, PA feed
I read that Xfinity is increasing download speeds to all internet plans in the NE market area.
Is this true? If so, when/how do I know to reboot the router ?
~ Thanks in advance
Yes, it's true.
All you need to do is powercycle your equipment. The troubleshooting guide will give you exact instruction on how to do that.
The Norton Security suite for Xfinity will not install on High Sierra. When will it be available?
Running live update did not solve the problem, but contacting Symantec and having a technition take control of my computer doing all kinds of downloads and reinstalls with specific file deletions did. The technition was able to install the software, and it only took about an hour. I'm happy now, I feel protected again.
I signed up xfinity mobile on Nov 10th 2017. I have passed 90 days milestone but still waiting for the status of the $500 reward changing from "pending" to "qualified" (at xfinityrewardcenter.com). I know a couple of folks signed up around the same time and got qualified. I wonder if you can check into this issue for me. Thanks.
I'm having issues trying to keep an HTML table contained to the width choosen. <table width="505"></table>. Thunderbird contains it's width as long as the window is narrow, but will stretch the table out based on how wide you have your email client stretched out. I tried a <div></div> container around the table, no help.
Any tricks or tips would be appreciated.
OK. I found a solution to my concern.
What I discovered was I had pasted an entire HTML coded page into the signature area. <html><head><head><body><table>(all my table stuff here)</table></body></html>.
What I did in order to successfully make my signature work with html links and images was to simply paste only the TABLE, NOT the entire HTML code.
I used style="" in all my table containers such as <td style="display: block; width:200px; height:25px; border-collapse: collapse; font-family: 'Times New Roman'; padding: 0px; margin: 0px;"></td>. Worked like a champ in gmail, Xfinity webmail, Thunderbird, Apple mail (both Iphone and desktop).
Hope this helps anyone using a html table for their signature.
I recently received a flyer from FIOS offering 100m internet for $30 a month, is there anyway to have Xfinity match this deal, or should i just switch over?
Hello, and thank you for reaching out to us. I would be happy to check and see if there are any available promotions for you. To protect the privacy of your account, please send me a private message verifying the first and last name on your account, street address including city, state, and zip code (apartment number if one on the account), and the full account number or phone number associated with your services. To send a private message click on my name, then click private message me.
Broadcast TV fee- whaat is it and is it mandatory?
Here is some information on the Broadcast TV Fee:
Broadcast stations are allowed by the government to charge for their signals, and cable providers like Comcast are required to pay substantial fees in order to carry those signals. In recent years, the cost to retransmit broadcast television signals has more than doubled. The Broadcast TV Fee is an itemized charge on your bill that is intended to offset a portion of the costs of retransmitting broadcast television signals.