Comcast’s Xfinity Mobile plans were soft-launched a few months back in limited markets, but now they are available nationwide. According to BGR, they might just be worth considering.
These Comcast plans run using Verizon’s network, so you won’t have to worry about coverage dropping or otherwise poor connection. On top of this, users get unlimited data for only $45 per month, which is in stark contrast to Verizon’s $80 per month plan. The other plans include a soft cap of 20GB per month for $25, or the per-GB option which charges $12 per GB.
The catch is that you’re only eligible for this plan if you’re already a Comcast home internet customer. So this very reasonable package is not available to everyone, but if it applies to you, it’s definitely worth your attention.
As reported by BGR, Comcast is also “letting you mix and match different types of line on one account, which is unusual for a wireless carrier, and can help make a family plan a lot cheaper.” In other words, if different family members have different data usage needs, you can design your account accordingly.