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Submitted by Comcast, written by Andy Colley

Prepaid service plans are highly favored for their flexibility, affordability, and ease of use, appealing to a broad spectrum of consumers. These plans allow users to pay upfront, eliminating the risk of unexpected bills and helping them manage their budgets effectively.

Whatcom County residents now have new options for low-cost, pay-as-you-go Internet and mobile service: NOW Internet and NOW Mobile from Xfinity. With all-in monthly pricing, no contracts, or credit check required, NOW products deliver flexible connectivity to customers when they need it.

Furthermore, the simple setup processes that is manageable via an online platform or app, adds a layer of convenience. NOW offers incredible flexibility by giving customers the ability to subscribe, pause or cancel their Internet, mobile, and TV service online or through the Xfinity app.

Reliable Internet

Consumers seeking a better experience than Internet service provided by 5G home Internet may be interested in NOW Internet because it delivers a more consistent and reliable connection at a better price point than Internet from cellular companies. The service is backed by the nation’s largest landline network that delivers better than 99 percent reliability, uses AI to detect and proactively fix disruptions before consumers experience them, and is built with rigorous security and privacy protocols.

Affordable Mobile

With upwards of 90 percent of data traffic from smartphones running over a WiFi connection, not cellular, WiFi is critical to the mobile experience. Unlike existing prepaid providers, NOW Mobile uses WiFi to the customer’s advantage by tapping into more than 23 million hotspots across the country, a groundbreaking new feature in the prepaid market that was built around low prices and limited capabilities for years. NOW Mobile is finally bringing a great experience along with some of the best prices in prepaid.

The NOW Portfolio

A New Option for Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) Customers

As the government begins to wind down the Affordable Connectivity Program, with May expected to be the final month with a partial credit of $14, millions of people will be searching for another option for cost-effective connectivity. NOW Internet and Mobile will provide customers with reliable connectivity regardless of whether or not they are enrolled in ACP — supplementing Comcast’s longstanding low-income broadband adoption options Internet Essentials and Internet Essentials Plus, and Xfinity’s current suite of offerings.

Prepaid plans are a popular choice for many people seeking control over their financial and service commitments. If you among them and would like to know more, you can find out more about NOW Internet and NOW Mobile here.

Disclaimer: Andy Colley is a senior director and copywriter for Comcast NBCUniversal.

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