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I am planning to try xfinity mobile with my at&t phone (unlocked by at&t) - which according to the byod section on the website, should work. My question is, once I get the phone working on xfinity mobile, will I be able to put my at&t sim back on and use it. Basically be able to switch back and forth while I try it out and decide what network I like?
So, I decided to just try it out, and it all worked perfectly.
1. unlocked the iphone (7 plus) on at&t
2. went to xfinity store and got an xininty number and sim
3. xfinity sim worked on the unlocked at&t phone
4. swapped at&t sim back on, and at&t sim worked great.
So, basically, I can now use either sim on my unlocked at&t phone.
Hello. On my Xfinity account page, my account holder name is incorrect. The last name is correct however the first name is not (me and my S/O do not share last names, and therefore the name doesn't exist!). I'm unsure how the issue was created but i'd like to troubleshoot it as soon as possible. Is there any process in correcting this mistake or do I need to contact an Xfinity employee?
Emails sent from our G Suite domain - tallyshorts.com - to anyone with a comcast.net email account are being marked as spam. (We're seeing "X-CAA-SPAM: F02000" in the mail headers).
We have SPF and DKIM records set that appear to be operating correctly. We've confirmed that our emails sent to other email providers are being delivered.
I'm hoping that a kind Comcast employee will take a look at this and provide a resolution.
My bill has steadily increased over the last two years. My contract is almost over and I cant imagine how outrage my bills will be! Are there any deals for current customers? Im considering cancelling my cable.
knight4k, I found this:
"If a customer is active duty, he or she will need to furnish deployment or transfer papers in an Xfinity store. If a customer meets the requirements for military suspension, he or she also meets the requirements for device unlock."
I recently Upgraded to the new xFi/XB6 modem/router and I have used the xFi android app to assign informative names to my WiFi devices. All except one device named 'TexasIns-F802'.
I have no idea what this device might be. The xFi app says the device is connected. I understand that the 'F802' is the tail-end of the MAC address, but I have no idea about a 'TexasIns' device. I do not have any Texas Instruments products in my home. I used to have a Texas Instruments calculator back in school but that was over 40 years ago.
I have attached a screenshot of the device's details. I am hoping to find an explanation of the mystery device before I just delete it. I am usually on the bleeding-edge when it comes to technology, but when it gets my head spinning like this one has, it make me wonder what I've missed.
Has anyone else seen this mystery issue?
I have X1 platform with XR15 voice remote. I have a new TCL TV. The default power on for the TV gives me a selection of available inputs, and I have to push the "ok" button on the TCL remote to select cable when powering on. Is there anyway to program the X15 to put the TCL "ok" button on a different button? (or conversly, if anyone has a TCL, is there a setting to default select an input when powering on?)
Upon inspection of the cable box outside my house, I found a dangling green wire. See attached photo. I assume this was once connected to ground somewhere. Comcast ran a new line to my house several months ago, which was connected inside this grey box. Everything so far has been fine inside the home regarding TV and Internet, but I wonder if this ground wire should be connected to ground for safety / code compliance. Can anyone assist?
A Comcast technician has reconnected the green ground wire back to a ground line.
There is now a little sign on the wire that says "Do no remove ground wire".
If you're a homeowner reading this, please check that this line is not disconnected.
Thank you again for your help in getting this resolved.