Comcast announced that the network has completed its nationwide rollout of Xfinity Mobile across all of its sales channels, and the service is now available in all of Comcast’s markets. Xfinity Mobile is a new wireless service, and is now offered in all of Comcast’s service areas through the company’s newly redesigned retail stores and a new online experience at

“We created a unique mobile experience that’s simple and saves customers money by connecting to our nationwide Wi-Fi network, and allows them to only pay for the data they use,” said Greg Butz, president of Xfinity Mobile. “Now that we’re available across all of our distribution platforms, including our retail locations in all of our markets, we look forward to introducing even more customers to Xfinity Mobile.”

Xfinity Mobile combines the nation’s largest 4G LTE network with the largest Wi-Fi network of more than 18 million hotspots nationwide. The company stated that “most consumers” can save 30% on their wireless bill with Xfinity Mobile compared to other providers, though we suggest that you do your own comparison shopping. Available to all Xfinity Internet customers, the service includes up to five lines with unlimited nationwide talk and text, and no line access fees. Each Xfinity Mobile customer receives 100 MB of shared data across all lines on the account to get them started, and you can choose the Unlimited Plan ($45 per month, per line on up to five lines with no usage limits) or the By the Gig option ($12 per GB of shared cellular data across all lines on an account each month).

Xfinity Mobile offers the most popular devices on the market today. Available Apple devices include iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus – including the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus (PRODUCT) RED Special Edition – iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, and iPhone SE. Samsung devices include the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, Galaxy S7, and Galaxy S7 edge. The LG X Charge rounds out the handsets available to customers. Payment options for devices include monthly installments across a 24-month period, or a one-time, upfront payment of the full retail price of the phone.