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Wed, Nov 18, 2020 7:00 AM

Adding more than 5 lines to Xfinity Mobile Account

So, I have been trying to add a 6th line to my account with no success. Tried in person and over the phone and still nobody has been able to help.

 

The site says that for "Existing Customers" you can have up to 10 lines. I was originally told that I had to wait until the first bill showed up. Then to wait 2 more weeks. Now I already got my second bill and I am half way toward my thrid month. Is that enough for being an "existing customer"?

 

I have had Xfinity Internet and Cable for almost 2 years already and credit score is not a problem, so I am not sure what else is needed for being able to add an extra line. I moved to Xfinity Mobile when I was told I was going to be able to transfer all the lines from the previous carrier. 

 

Anyone else having this issue? 

 

Thanks

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6 m ago

So after several transfers to different associates, I was finally told that the error code I am getting in the system is because I need to wait "6 months"!!!! as existing Xfinity Mobile customer in good standing to be able to add more than 5 lines.

 

Glad someone finally gave me a valid answer, but the people at the store that wants to sell lines to get their commission will tell you 1 month is enough. 

 

Wait a few more months I guess

BruceW

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6 m ago


@arabex wrote: ... I was finally told that the error code I am getting in the system is because I need to wait "6 months"!!!! ...

https://www.xfinity.com/mobile/support/article/how-to-add-a-line says:

 


... for existing accounts there's a max of 10 lines. The amount you qualify for is based on a credit check.

 

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5 m ago

Don’t hold your breath waiting, I've been trying to get 10 lines (actually 7 lines) and I've been an xfinity Mobile customer for almost 12 month and still cannot get it.  I've been told by customer service it's based on credit scores but my score is >800 and I still don't qualify.  I don't know of anyone that has more than 5 lines and no one at the xfintity store, nor online customer service, can give me a real answer on how to qualify for more than 5 lines.  I'm starting to think its false advertising.  I've been a comcast/xfinity customer for >20 years.

DaveO3

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5 m ago

On November 20th XM sent me an email saying that I now qualified for 7 lines. I have been with XM for several years and currently have five lines (two are watches). Maybe it was because I had sent an email to Comcast about  5  versus 10 lines shown on the conflicting and different disclosure statements?

If you have questions about these disclosures, cannot find what you are looking for, or have any other concerns about Xfinity Mobile service, please send your inquiry to bbdisclosures@comcast.net. Comcast will review and promptly respond to all submissions

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3 m ago

ANyone have a resolution to this issue?   If i would have known i would have never made the switch from Verizon.

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3 m ago

I joined 2 months ago and have still not been able to add the remaining lines from my previous family plan.  The story keeps changing depending on who I ask.  Some say it's just a credit check issue (my score is 820+), while others say I have to be a customer in good standing (I've been with Comcast for 2 years), and others say it's a 3-month waiting period.  

 

I also would not have joined Xfinity Mobile if I'd known this up front. I don't plan to carry two phone plans indefinitely so if they are unable to resolve in the next month, I'm planning to cancel my service and also file a complaint with BBB for false advertising.

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17 d ago

Yes. I was told by someone who said they were a second tier help desk that the only time Comcast does a credit check is at the time the mobile account is opened. That sets the number of lines a person qualifies for and then it never changes. 

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