Comcast MVNO Xfinity Mobile is now allowing customers to activate their iPhones on its network at any Xfinity store location.

Models dating back to the iPhone 5 onwards will be accepted. As Xfinity Mobile runs on the Verizon cellular network, Verizon variants of the iPhones are best compatible here. AT&T and T-Mobile devices that have been unlocked are also welcome. Sprint phones are incompatible, but they and other devices can be traded in for a credit towards a new device.

Xfinity Mobile, available to those who get home connectivity services with Xfinity, offers two plans: an unlimited data plan at $45 per line per month and an a la carte plan costing $12 per gigabyte block. Cellular coverage is supplemented with seamless transitions to over 18 million Xfinity Wi-Fi hotspots across the nation.

It’s hoped, Comcast stated, that Xfinity Mobile will be able to accept phones from other manufacturers in the near future.

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