Xfinity is a high-speed digital internet, home phone, and cable television package brand owned by global telecommunications conglomerate Comcast Corporation first introduced in 2010. It began with an average annual revenue of $23.7 billion to about $50.4 billion today. Xfinity merges the Comcast company’s triple play service offerings under one brand “Xfinity,” including Xfinity TV, Xfinity Voice, and Xfinity Internet. This changeover was times with the 2010 Winter Olympics.
Xfinity, therefore, inherits Comcast’s 40% market share as a cable internet access provider in the United States, including 97.9% of Washington, D.C., 85.4% of Massachusetts, and 75.9% of Colorado. 25.131 million customers in this area currently enjoy Xfinity.
Xfinity operates a public WiFi service called Xfinity WiFi that can be found in public locations and businesses in many of these areas as well.