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Is Xfinity mobiele dekking hetzelfde als Verizon?

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Is Xfinity Mobile owned by Verizon?

Xfinity Mobile is available exclusively to Comcast subscribers. The wireless service relies on Verizon’s network (the clear winner in our fastest wireless networks testing), along with access to Xfinity Wi-Fi hotspots nationwide.

Does Xfinity use Verizon towers?

Xfinity Mobile is a mobile virtual network operator (or MVNO). That means Xfinity uses one of the Big Three networks—in this case, Xfinity uses Verizon’s cell towers. That’s good news for Xfinity customers because Verizon’s network tops our list for best mobile coverage.

What cellular network does Xfinity use?


Comcast’s Xfinity Mobile service is an MVNO, which means that Comcast handles all of its mobile customers’ billing and service issues, but the actual underlying network they’re using is Verizon’s.

Can I transfer my Verizon phone to Xfinity?

To do it you’ll need your phone’s IMEI number, your phone number, all the relevant account details, and the phone number of your current carrier. Call them up and they’ll walk you through the process. Some carriers even offer a way to do this online as well, so we recommend you check their website first.

Are Verizon and Xfinity the same?

Verizon and Xfinity are not the same company. They’re two separate entities—the former is a fiber internet and wireless provider, and the latter is a cable TV and internet provider. It can be easy to confuse Verizon with Xfinity because of Xfinity Mobile.

Who is Xfinity owned by?


Trade name Xfinity
Total equity US$69.45 billion (2017)
Parent Comcast
Subsidiaries Comcast Business Effectv Comcast Wholesale Xfinity Mobile Xumo

Is Comcast and Xfinity the same company?

Comcast, the biggest cable provider in the United States, is changing its name. According to the company’s blog, Xfinity will now replace Comcast as the company’s new product name in an attempt to show customers that it’s not the “same old company,” but rather an innovator.

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