With almost 29 million customers in the US alone, Comcast is one of the world’s biggest internet, video, and service providers. Comcast provides three services under the following businesses: NBC Universal, Comcast Cable, and Sky Group.
The most popular ones are high-speed and wireless internet that is provided by the Xfinity sub-brand of the company. The US is not the only place where Comcast is taking over the telecommunication industry. Instead, Sky Group, which is one of the main components of Comcast, is now ranked as Europe’s top entertainment and media company.
The “secret” behind Comcast’s massive success is the deals that it offers to existing customers. The company doesn’t only attract new customers by providing them a bundle of services, but it also keeps returning customers by offering them great deals. With that being said, today, we will present the best Comcast deals for existing customers.
Comcast Deals for Existing Customers
#1 Voice Packages
The company is innovating the landline phone service by providing a special package called Xfinity Voice. The package makes it possible for users to get in touch with friends and family from all over the world via voice calls. Another great reason to consider the Xfinity Voice package is the fact that you will get a Wi-Fi router and voice modem that helps you access the internet. The modems are available for rent, and they cost $10/month.
However, you can choose to purchase a modem from any third-party store. Here are the voice packages that existing customers can get:
|Package||Download Speed up to||Channel Count||Phone Plan||Introductory Price|
|Xfinity Voice Unlimited Select||N/A||N/A||Unlimited nationwide calling||$30.00/mo.|
|Xfinity Voice Unlimited||N/A||N/A||Unlimited nationwide calling + nearly half the world||$44.95/mo.|
|Performance Plus Saver Double Play||75 Mbps||N/A||Unlimited nationwide calling||$49.99/mo.|
|X1 Saver Pro Triple Play||100 Mbps||140+ channels||Unlimited nationwide calling||$89.99/mo.|
|X1 Preferred Pro Triple Play||500 Mbps||220+ channels||Unlimited nationwide calling||$139.99/mo.|
|X1 Premier Pro Triple Play||1000 Mbps||260+ channels||Unlimited nationwide calling||$159.99/mo.|
#2 Internet Packages
As most people already know, Comcast’s biggest revenue comes from the internet packages that it offers. The company’s Xfinity internet packages provide fast speeds and stability, which makes them ideal for online gamers who don’t want to deal with lag. We also want to mention that the enhanced internet connection that these packages offer makes them great for streaming online movies and TV shows from platforms such as Netflix, HBO GO, and Disney +.
The great thing about choosing to go for an Xfinity internet package is that there are multiple options that you can choose from, four to be more exact. As a result, you can find a package that meets your specific requirements, unlike other companies that only offer pricey high-speed internet packages. Without any further ado, here are the internet packages available for existing Comcast customers:
|Internet Package||Download Speed up to||Upload Speed up to||Introductory price|
|Performance Starter||15 Mbps||2 Mbps||$29.99/mo.*|
|Performance Plus||75 Mbps||5 Mbps||$29.99/mo.*|
|Performance Pro||175 Mbps||5 Mbps||$34.99/mo.*|
|Blast! Pro||275 Mbps||10 Mbps||$49.99/mo.*|
#3 Cable Packages
Even though streaming is taking over the entertainment industry, it’s still going to take a while until you can access all your favorite content online. The best example of this is sports events, and PPV (pay-per-view) shows that are only available via cable.
According to a recent research study, Xfinity is providing cable services to almost a third of every household in the US. If that is not impressive enough, you should know that the channels provided by Xfinity cover all areas of entertainment, starting with sports, music and ending with movies.
|Package||Channel Count||Popular Channels||Introductory Price|
|Digital Economy||100+ channels||CBS, ABC, FOX, NBC, and more||$39.99/mo.|
|Digital Starter (with contract)||140+ channels||ESPN, HGTV, TBS, TNT and USA||$49.99/mo.|
|Digital Starter (with contract)||140+ channels||ESPN, HGTV, TBS, TNT, and USA||$59.99/mo.|
|Digital Preferred (with contract)||220+ channels||Disney XD, NFL Network, MLB Network, Starz Encore, and TCM||$59.99/mo.|
|Digital Preferred (with contract)||220+ channels||Disney XD, NFL Network, MLB Network, Starz Encore, and TCM||$69.99/mo.|
|Digital Premier (with contract)||260+ channels||Cinemax, HBO, SHOWTIME, and STARZ||$104.99/mo.|
|Digital Premier (with contract)||260+ channels||Cinemax, HBO, SHOWTIME, and STARZ||$114.99/mo.|
Always Negotiate for a Better Deal
What takes most people by surprise when choosing a package deal from Comcast/Xfinity is that they are allowed to negotiate the price. The company is making tens of millions of dollars each month through subscribers, and therefore, it would prefer to offer a deal rather than losing a client. For example, someone who is subscribed to all the Xfinity packages will end up spending up to $2,000 per year. The reason why this matters to you is that it shows that the client is holding the “bargaining chip” here.
We need to make it clear that even though you can negotiate your Xfinity package, this doesn’t mean that you will be able to get a 90% discount. The best thing that you can do is to be nice to the customer support representative that is in charge of your account. Since you are an existing customer, you can ask the representative to check your payment history. Doing this will let the representative know that you are a paying subscriber and that they risk losing you if they don’t want to budge on the price.
Another important thing to keep in mind when renewing your deal with Xfinity is the promotional packages available. Comcast/Xfinity offers promotional contracts that are 6, 12, or 24 months and cost less than regular ones. Although, you need to make sure to read the fine print of the contract so that you don’t end up with extra charges if you have a sudden change of mind and want to switch to a better package.
The last thing that we want to highlight is that the customer support representative that will contact you is trained to tell you a pre-written script that “sweet talks” you into accepting a regular deal instead of a great one.