Xfinity Mobile customers won't have to pay any additional charge for using its 5G network, and can choose between per gig and unlimited data plans.
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Just like Comcast's own Xfinity Mobile, the service is offer on top of Verizon's LTE network and a mesh of free Wi-Fi hotspots across the nation.
Comcast's cellular service is now ready to accept your old iPhone from another carrier, as long as it is not from one certain carrier.
If you're going to Comcast for mobile service, you're stuck going all in with you want an iPhone X and a $500 gift card. Is it a good deal?
Xfinity Mobile started taking in customers just over a week ago and will have its first exclusive phone (for the time being, anyway) from LG soon.
But with subscriber growth through the roof, T-Mobile has options it can exercise such as a link-up with Dish Networks or even Comcast.
If one cable company wanted to acquire a wireless operator, say T-Mobile, it would have to get permission from the other.