Comcast has always been a renowned name, as far as services pertaining to cable TVs, internet and telephonic systems are concerned. Comcast is struggling for several years with several players in the same sector like, Charter Communications, Cox Communications and Time Warner Cable, to carve a niche for itself.
Comcast provides flexible plans as far as internet comes into consideration. The internet plans starts from 20 Mbps for $29.99 per month to a high-speed of 105 Mbps for a whooping sum of $199.95 per month. Another set of service, from which you can draw benefit while being associated with Comcast is its TV service.
It provides digitized version of cable TV with which you can get 80+ channels for a paltry $29.99 per month, or you can also acquire the benefits of 160+ channels (high-definition optional) for $39.99 per month and the last plan offers you a pool of 200 channels for a price of $84.99 per month.
Lastly, the service which is been provided by Comcast is the telephonic service. It provides the caller with a facility of making unlimited calls to regions- US, Canada and Puerto Rico for an amount of $29.99 per month. In addition, you will be offered several other services like call clarity, readable voicemail and other exciting features.
Comcast has integrated its service- internet, cable TV and voice under a single umbrella name- XFINITY. Other Comcast services available in the US only and do not have a global range. It is headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US, the telecom service provider has entrenched itself in the US telecom market. The third largest telecom provider also provides combo packages, which includes all the three services- cable TV, internet and voice at an affordable price range. In the coming years the levels of competition will be fierce and it will be a question as to what levels of quality of the services will be provided to the users pertaining to the telecom sectors.