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XFINITY Connect

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Description

Stay connected on the go with the XFINITY Connect. Check your Comcast.net email, send and receive text messages, make and receive Voice calls and check your XFINITY voicemail all in one place. Answer your home phone calls and forward calls from your home phone to your iPhone.

WHAT’S NEW!
Video call other XFINITY voice subscribers.

FEATURES
- Voice2Go* - Now make unlimited voice calls from XFINITY Connect app using your XFINITY Voice numbers.
- Never miss a phone call : Answer all your home phone calls from XFINITY Connect App.
- Send and receive free unlimited text messages to the U.S., Canada, Mexico and over 40 other countries using your home phone number – no texting plan required! Even text from your iPad® or iPod touch®.
* Included for XFINITY VOICE Residential Unlimited customers. Terms & conditions apply.

REQUIREMENTS
- XFINITY Internet or XFINITY Voice subscription
- Comcast ID or Comcast.net email address (Need your Comcast ID? go to http://customer.comcast.com/help-and-support/account/)
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Restrictions apply. Not available in all areas. Free texting requires subscription to XFINITY Voice Unlimited service. Standard data charges apply. Check with your carrier.

Discussion forum - please visit -http://forums.comcast.net
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What's New in Version 6.2

- 3D Touch Support On App icon
- Defect Fixes

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Customer Reviews

Fair e-mail app for Xfinity customers

I have been a COMCAST/Xfinity customer for about 15 years. That is because it is the principal Internet service provider in the areas I have lived. I find the e-mail app to be adequate. There are many features that are not as robust as other more complete applications such as outlook. Nevertheless I continue to use it, although it can be infuriating at times. The most challenging part is the customer support. About twice a year I have some issue that requires a call to customer support. If it is anything more that resetting a password, it can take multiple calls and several days until you are routed to "higher-level" support. This means that you have finally wound up with an actual technical person that understands the architecture well enough to troubleshoot and resolve the problem. The people are very courteous, and sincerely intend to help, but intentions are simply not enough.

I have had the COMCAST e-mail address for about 15 years, so it would be a slightly bigger pain to change it than to keep it. So I put up with the shortcomings COMCAST. Some day in the not too distant future we will have internet in the sky--you can bet I will be on THAT network.

7more numbers for you or family or "friends"

You can assign a number to your boy friend or girl friend. With the app, all communication is within and may be dispensed with by else letting the entire program in a couple seconds. The infor may then all be retrieved in a minute with reload app and sign in and you lose nothing and sign in requires a password so creepers can start your app, even if you are expected to give them your phone passcode. They may not know you have this second line of communication if you are at all clever. Lines of defender include the touch entry, passcode for phone, then lack of knowledge of presence of app, then user name, then password to log in, and then, the "delete app" method. After all that, consider deleting you messages internally.

Within the app is nearly everything iMessage has. Not laid out as well, but it works. Stop complaining about it if you have not used it religiously for a week to pick up the instinctive motions and reflexes within the program manipulation.

All in all, it is unique to have and iPhone won't do it.

All of these numbers yet still with the same phone. All you folks with multiple phones are wasting money and looking suspicious. If you would have had this, she wouldn't have caught you.

Love,

Chester

Buggy, buggy

This is my fourth review and this is still the worst app that I need to use on a regular basis. I'm using a 4th gen iPad and the app seems to get slower and slower. It freezes every time I open it and won't let me scroll or open messages for a minute or so. The typing in the search box will only let me enter one letter every ten seconds or so. Every other app that is this bad I have deleted, but I need some of the functionality only available in the app. Very frustrating.

(My third update to my review. Unfortunately, the app gets worse rather than better. I don't think Comcast actually reads reviews on their products because I don't think they care about their customers, only their customers' money.)

This app is still so poor. It won't use the address book at times and you must manually enter the addresses. When it displays attached pictures it shrinks any text to an unreadable size. It crashes frequently. It has very poor integration with at iPad contacts list.

(The following is a review I did a while back. Unfortunately, I don't see that they have fixed any of these problems. )

I like having the integrated app, but it's so buggy that it drives me crazy. Attachments often don't display at all or won't open, the address book used to be integrated with my ios contacts, but isn't any more, and the spam filter is wrong about half the time. For all the money Comcast charges, they should be able to get this right.

XFINITY Connect
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Productivity
  • Updated:
  • Version: 6.2
  • Size: 72.0 MB
  • Languages: English, Spanish
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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