Xfinity Xfi App

Posted on  by admin

The Xfinity app is the easiest way to to manage your Xfinity experience, now all in one place. Get online in minutes with seamless service activation and 24/7 real-time support anytime you need it. Xfinity customers get all this, free:• Everything you need to manage your account — pay your bill, view your plan details, change or upgrade your service, and more• Xfinity Rewards.

Join for free so you can enjoy special perks, unique experiences, and product benefits right in the app, just for being a customer.

• Tools to help you view and troubleshoot your Internet connection, get outage updates, and even restart your equipment• An extra layer of security and help keep your personal information safe with sign-in alertsPlus, customers who choose the xFi Gateway also unlock the powerful tools of xFi within the app:• Access personalized tools and tips to help improve your WiFi performance• Test the Internet speed reaching every connected device in your home• Protect your devices and help keep loved ones safe and secure, with Advanced Security included• Get peace of mind with parental controls included.

Pause WiFi to any connected device, set family-safe browsing, device limits, and more.• Enjoy ultimate control.

Set up and personalize your WiFi, assign user profiles, and get help improving the performance of every connected device.Getting started is simple.

All you need is your Xfinity ID and the password you set up when you signed up for Xfinity Internet.Need help signing in?- If you don't have an Xfinity ID yet, create one here: xfinity.com/getstarted- Look up your existing Xfinity ID: xfinity.com/id- Or reset your Xfinity password: xfinity.com/passwordLearn more about your options related to ‘California Civil Code §1798.135: Do Not Sell My Info’ at www.xfinity.com/privacy/manage-preference.

We’re always improving.This update eliminates bugs and reduces errors to give you the best experience.

One Comcast Center, 15th FloorPhiladelphia, PA 19103. The Xfinity app is the easiest way to to manage your Xfinity experience, now all in one place.

Get online in minutes with seamless service activation and 24/7 real-time support anytime you need it.Xfinity customers get all this, free: • Everything you need to manage your account — pay your bill, view your plan details, change or upgrade your service, and more • Xfinity Rewards.

Join for free so you can enjoy special perks, unique experiences, and product benefits right in the app, just for being a customer.

This update enables Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) to improve account security.

MFA provides an extra layer of security to help keep your personal information safe. Register your Xfinity app to approve sign-in requests, and manage your account recovery options and other security settings all in one place.

I am always calling Fakefinity; I call them that because they pretend for this amazing app to work, they pretend for amazing experience from their home security, Nope it does not work, not only that it is easily hacked and manipulated by anyone in close proximity.

All they need is to be in range of your wifi and please tell me why would you reveal WiFi info via the television when anyone that comes into your home can grab the remote and simply say what is my WiFi and user name and Walla abracadabra there it is isn’t that against Hippa??

Well anyway if I was not under contract I would be an ex-customer this crap is way too expensive for what it actually gives you and that is a way to watch your family while you are home other than that it is not good don’t waste your money, look out the the suburbs and see people who have homes purchase they have the ring device or another company and I’m in the field a lot with my current job and I noticed that they none of them have Xfinity you wonder why right??

I hate what they are doing with their home security, and other services are just horrible and they keep raising the price!!

Where do I even start? We first got Xfinity years back for homeschooling, it was $10 a month for around 15Mbps.

Very reasonable at the time, but the internet has changed, and obviously 15Mbps is nowhere near fast enough today.

So a few years ago I upgraded to 50 Mbps, and was charged somewhere around $50 a month.