It’s about time we checked up on the newest X-series device from LG that recently got FCC papers. It’s also about time we looked at Comcast’s MVNO service, XFINITY Mobile.

The LG X charge will go on sale on the service and at XFINITY stores starting June 30. The device features a large 4,500mAh battery and a large 720p display — it’s what’s being touted as a great multimedia option for those on a budget.

XFINITY Mobile, which is now operating for XFINITY internet customers, is concurrently offering a discounted rate of $45 per line of unlimited data service for all who sign up through July 31 — the regular rate is $65 per line for up to five lines and goes alongside a “By the Gig” option for $12 per gigabyte.

Comcast puts priority on its network of Wi-Fi hotspots, now over 17 million in number, and relies on Verizon’s network as a backup. First accounts opened up just over a week ago.

Jules Wang is News Editor for Pocketnow and one of the hosts of the Pocketnow Weekly Podcast. He came onto the team in 2014 as an intern editing and producing videos and the podcast while he was studying journalism at Emerson College. He graduated the year after and entered into his current position at Pocketnow, full-time.

You May Also Like
Verizon Logo featured
Verizon joins US carriers to support Google RCS Messages
Verizon is the latest major carrier to finally team up with Google to bring support for the new standard way of messaging with Google Messages.
OnePlus Nord 2 5G camera sensor
OnePlus Nord 2 5G comes with new AI optimized camera
OnePlus talked about how it plans on using AI-infused software to improve the camera performance on the upcoming OnePlus Nord 2 5G device.
iPhone charging featured
iPhone 13 might get faster charging, but not by much
iPhones are notorious for their slow charging speeds, but a new rumor from China says that the iPhone 13 series might support 25W fast wired charging.