Comcast continues expansion of its Xfinity 10G Network in Berks County

Comcast has announced it is continuing to expand its Xfinity 10G Network in Berks County, delivering its full suite of Xfinity and Comcast Business services to more than 2,000 additional residents and businesses in Birdsboro, PA. Significant progress has been made in other parts of Berks County, with new customers already enjoying Xfinity services in Amity, Exeter and St. Lawrence.

“We are committed to investing in and expanding our network to ensure that more residents and businesses in Pennsylvania have the connectivity they need to succeed,” said Dan Bonelli, Senior Vice President of Comcast’s Freedom Region, which serves these areas as well as Southeastern Pennsylvania. “We are proud to provide more Berks County residents with fast, secure and reliable Internet services that are built to meet the community’s needs today and into the future.”

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Construction is underway in Birdsboro and planned to continue throughout 2024. Residents and businesses can visit and enter their address for additional details on construction timing and upcoming service availability. They can also stop by the Xfinity Store in Pottstown, located at 310 Upland Square Dr., to check on service availability. Experts at the Xfinity Store can also help with product demonstrations, answer any questions consumers may have and help local businesses schedule an informational meeting with the Comcast Business sales team.

Residents will have access to Xfinity’s full suite of Internet products, including the company’s Internet Essentials program that provides low-cost, high-speed broadband for income constrained households.

This expansion is part of Comcast’s latest investments in Pennsylvania. In the last several years, Comcast has expanded its Xfinity 10G Network to reach more than 315,000 additional homes and businesses throughout the Commonwealth.

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Since 2020, Comcast has provided more than $144 million in cash and in-kind charitable contributions to support organizations across Pennsylvania. The company has also installed 190 Lift Zones in the state, providing free WiFi service to help these community centers promote digital learning.

Lift Zones are part of Project UP, Comcast’s comprehensive $1 billion commitment to help build a future of unlimited possibilities and the continuation of the company’s long history of giving back to communities where it provides service and where its employees live and work.

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