How Much Does XFinity Wi-Fi Cost?

As of September 2015, Xfinity offers its Wi-Fi Access Pass for as low as $2.95 per hour to as high as $54.95 per month. Xfinity often bundles its home Internet with its cable service, but packaging and pricing varies by region.

Xfinity hosts thousands of hot spots across the country, and many home gateways also produce an alternate signal named “xfinitywifi” that other users access. Xfinity offers its WiFi Access Pass for users to access its hot spots, and plans run on hourly, daily, weekly and monthly plans. The prices are $2.95 per hour, $7.95 per day, $19.95 per week, and $54.95 per month as of 2015.

Xfinity also offers multiple packages meant for home Internet service, but prices vary by region and Internet service is often bundled with its cable service. Xfinity offers a Performance Starter package for $29.99 per month for the first 12 months in Richmond, California, providing Internet at six megabytes per second. The company offers its Performance 25 package for $39.99 per month, and it offers speeds up to 25 megabytes per second, which Xfinity claims is ideal for streaming video simultaneously on multiple devices. Finally, the Internet Plus 25 bundle provides Internet access at speeds up to 25 megabytes per second and access to local television channels, such as ABC, NBC and FOX, as well as access to premium networks, such as Showtime, as of 2015.