Comcast Unveils New Xfinity Flex Internet Streaming Service

Comcast, a Council member, has announced a new Internet streaming service, Xfinity Flex, for Xfinity Internet subscribers. Comcast aims to deepen its relationship with a certain segment of its Internet customers and to provide them with real value.

Xfinity Flex will feature one integrated guide for easy access to streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and iHeartRadio, while allowing easy navigation of Comcast’s home WiFi, mobile, security, and home automation services. Additionally, Xfinity Flex includes a 4K HDR streaming TV device and access to more than 10,000 free movies and TV shows.

Matt Strauss, Executive Vice President of Xfinity Services for Comcast Cable, commented, “For just five dollars a month, we can offer these customers an affordable, flexible, and differentiated platform that includes thousands of free movies and shows for online streaming, an integrated guide for accessing their favorite apps and connected home devices, and the ease of navigating and managing all of it with our voice remote.”

The NEC congratulates Comcast as it launches the new Xfinity Flex service and for its continued effort to improve the entertainment experience of its customers.

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