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Introduction

It’s all about enhanced features and the clarity of your calls.

VoIP and XFINITY

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a technology used to transmit voice and related calls over a data network.  Most VoIP service providers use the public Internet to transmit your calls. We don’t — we transmit your calls over our own advanced broadband network. 


XFINITY Voice service uses VoIP technology to provide you a number of enhanced new features without sacrificing any of your current phone features or the call clarity you expect.


To check for availability and to learn more about pricing and introductory offers in your area, go to Shop XFINITY Voice or contact us.

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http://customer.comcast.com/help-and-support/internet/voice-over-internet-protocol/