Maintaining Connectivity with Storm-Ready WiFi
For families that need to maintain connectivity through weather-related outages, Comcast is the first Internet provider to offer a product designed to do just that. Storm-Ready WiFi is a device equipped with cellular back-up and a four-hour rechargeable battery, more than enough power to keep customers up and running for the two hours that are average for power outages in the U.S. Storm-Ready WiFi also doubles as a WiFi extender to deliver a strong signal to every corner of the home.
Saving Families $30/month Through the Affordable Connectivity Program
Comcast is proud to support the federal government’s Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP). It provides eligible low-income households with a credit of up to $30 a month (or $75 a month in Tribal lands) toward their Internet and/or mobile service. Thanks to ACP, eligible Comcast customers can purchase either Internet Essentials or Internet Essentials Plus at no cost once the federal credit is applied. Internet Essentials customers can also add a line of unlimited 5G cellular data ($45) through Xfinity Mobile for as little as $24.95/month after the ACP benefit is applied.