The original X-1 was the first airplane to fly faster than the speed of sound. Michigan customers of Comcast Corp. may feel a little like Chuck Yeagers of cable TV when they get their hands on the Xfinity X1 Platform to control their video entertainment systems.
Comcast, Michigan’s No. 1 cable TV provider, Tuesday announced the Michigan launch of Xfinity Home Control, a new product under the Xfinity Home umbrella of services.
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Comcast Corp. Friday held a ribbon-cutting and customer appreciation event to announce the grand opening of its new Xfinity store in Grand Rapids.
Throughout the week of April 22 and culminating on Saturday, April 27, approximately 3,000 local Comcast Cable employees, their families and friends will “make change happen” as they lend a hand at several community organizations to commemorate the company’s 12th Comcast Cares Day.
Last month, Comcast boosted the speeds of its two top Xfinity high-speed Internet services, Blast and Extreme 50. Wednesday, it boosted the speed of a lower-tier service as well, Performance.
Comcast last week announced the creation of three community partnerships in metropolitan Detroit, valued at more than $55,000, to help 250 more families get connected online at home through the Internet Essentials program.
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Comcast said Thursday it’s doubling the speeds of its most popular Xfinity Internet service plans, Blast and Extreme 50, in Michigan at no additional cost.
PLYMOUTH — Comcast Executive Vice President David L. Cohen Tuesday announced details about the 2nd Annual Internet Essentials Progress Report, which features key milestones for the program as well as a number of program enhancements […]