Now Xfinity Mobile’s unlimited multi-line plans cost less than AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon

Now Xfinity Mobile's unlimited multi-line plans cost less than AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon

News Summary:

  • Under the new plan, consumers will have to pay $45 per line for one line, $60 for two lines, $90 for three lines, and $120 for four lines. That basically means $30 per line for two, three, and four lines. Any additional lines will cost $20 per line for up to a maximum of ten lines. Xfinity Mobile’s new pricing for two and three Unlimited lines – Unlimited multi-line Xfinity Mobile plans are now cheaper than At&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon

  • Comcast-owned Xfinity Mobile, which last updated its Unlimited plans in 2021, has aggressively challenged competitors by slashing pricing for two and three lines. The price was reduced to $20 for any additional lines after the first four, up to a maximum of ten lines, from the prior package’s $80 monthly charge for two lines, $100 for three lines, and $120 for four lines.

The updated plan is now available for new and existing customers. The big story here is that the revised pricing makes Xfinity the most affordable option if you are using two or three lines. More specifically, the packages translate into savings of up to 50 percent over AT&T, 45 percent when compared to Verizon, and 25 percent over T-Mobile. In addition to this, Xfinity Mobile is also running some promotions and offers, such as $450 off a new Samsung smartphone such as the recently announced Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4 or the Galaxy S22 range or a $200 Visa Prepaid card when a new line is activated and a number is ported with an eligible device.

 

Consumers can also earn $100 for each line added on up to five lines and get $100 for every new customer referred with Xfinity Rewards. Comcast is only the latest to join the price war which has been brewing between AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon. As Light Reading notes, Verizon announced a new Welcome Unlimited plan recently. Before that, T-Mobile had introduced its Base Essentials plan and AT&T had announced the Value Plus Plan.

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