29 MAY 2020

COMCAST ANNOUNCES THAT XFINITY XFI IS NOW AVAILABLE IN SPANISH

Spanish-speaking customers can now set up personalized profiles and devices in their homes to organize, monitor, and personalize their home WiFi experience.

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Comcast announced that the Xfinity xFi platform will now be available in Spanish, providing comfort for Spanish-speaking Xfinity Internet customers and giving them a better method to manage their home WiFi network and the connected devices in their home, along with blocking cybersecurity threats on their home network through Xfi Advanced Security.

Xfi is a straightforward, digital dashboard built for Xfinity customers to control their home WiFi network. Spanish-speaking customers can now set up personalized profiles and devices in their homes to organize, monitor, and personalize their home WiFi experience. Spanish-speaking customers can also take advantage of the xFi parental control features including pausing WiFi and screen time scheduling, as well as leveraging content filters that ensure younger children can only access age-appropriate content, which is especially important with families home spending more time online.

Comcast offers its service at a USD 72 annual value, with no additional costs. Customers must have their device language set to Spanish to access the service. They can then access the xFi mobile apps for both, iOS and Android. Xfi is available to the more than 18 million Xfinity Internet customers who lease a compatible xFi gateway.

Xfi Advanced Security is free for all xFi customers, bringing a new home WiFi security feature to Spanish-speaking customers that take advantage of xFi. xFi Advanced Security is included with the platform and protects all the devices connected to a customers’ home network from malware and other security threats. It requires no software download or additional set-up other than logging into xFi via the mobile app or online, making it simple and easy to protect wired and WiFi connected devices in the home; including smart TVs or thermostats, or devices without keyboards or screens such as security cameras or smart speakers.

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