As an Xfinity customer, you can access your account information online viaMy Account.
The type of information that you can access depends on your account user type as well as the settings associated with that particular type of user.
The two types of account users are Primary and Secondary. The Primary user has full administrative access for the Comcast account, and they control how much the Secondary user(s) can see and do.
Differences Between Primary and Secondary Account Users
The Primary user is the account administrator, so they have full access to all of the account's features and settings and can create, delete, suspend or reset passwords for Secondary accounts. Primary users can sign intoMy Accountusing their Comcast username and password for full access to their account and billing features and Xfinity Internet settings, if applicable.
The Primary user and authorized user are authorized to sign up for and manage an Xfinity Mobile account, including:
Managing account settings
Managing and making payments
Making new purchases on behalf of the account
Setting up data notifications
Secondary accounts can be designated as Unrestricted or Restricted by the Primary user:
Unrestricted- Full access to all Xfinity TV, Xfinity Internet, Xfinity Voice and Xfinity Home account features, including the ability to edit/change their username or password, manage email settings, enable/disable Xfinity Internet and Xfinity Home features and more.
This does not include the ability to manage an Xfinity Mobile account.
Previously, Xfinity Home Customers had a single login. Now, Unrestricted Secondary users can manage Xfinity Home features via their own login.
Restricted- Do not have the ability to edit/change their username, manage email settings or enable/disable Xfinity Internet or Xfinity Home features. However, user can edit/change their password and may be granted access by Primary account users to view and pay the bill, if needed.
If you sign in toMy Accountas a Secondary user, what you are able to see and do will depend on how the Primary user has set the account preferences (Unrestricted or Restricted), as mentioned above.
You cantransfer primary user functionsto a secondary account. Your old primary account will become a secondary account and will lose the following accessibilities:
The ability to create and manage secondary accounts
The ability to manage some product features
The ability to view and pay bills unless granted permission by the new primary user
Access to online voicemail (if you have Xfinity Voice) until the new primary user reinstates your access
Ability to manage your Xfinity Mobile account (if you subscribe) as well as make payments and purchases