All in all, I'd recommend Xfinity Mobile, especially since they have so many sign-on offers, such as a $250 gift card just for signing up! The aren't currently offering this, but I've seen sporadic ads on Facebook with this offer. If you're thinking about making the switch to Xfinity Mobile, just remember you need to already be a Comcast customer, but I'd definitely wait for their next promo.
This woman told me my line was suspended for “unauthorized activity”, but wasn’t allowed to tell me what it was. Oh my God, was it my rant about Comcast and net neutrality? I didn’t think it possible, but maybe?
Service in and outside of Denver in outstanding. I switched from T-Mobile, which had abysmal coverage on the outskirts of Denver, where I spend most of my time working in the field installing solar panels for Tesla Energy. Functioning on Verizon's towers, I have yet to hit an area with no, or even low coverage.
I'm a sucker for a deal, and an expert at justifying spending a lot of money on new tech. While on a call (more of a wait, less of a call) to talk to Comcast about my internet suffering a significant drop in speed, I was pitched a cell phone plan that sounded too good to be true. Part of me was kinda pissed they were trying to sell me on the very same call where I was upset about their service, but an even bigger part of me was intrigued.
Some time last year when I realized I was destined for a life of entrepreneurship, it became clear my time would become more valuable, and productivity would need to go up by an order of magnitude. I'm not the most efficient person, so I've slowly been building an arsenal of tools that would trick me into being more productive.