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More Than 1 Million Xfinity Flex Devices in Operation, Enhances Streaming Navigation

Fern Siegel

The Xfinity Flex from Comcast is part of any Xfinity internet package and lets users access top streaming series with a personalized interface. More than 1 million have been deployed since its launch last year.

Flex aggregates programming from over 200 streaming services, including Peacock, Hulu, CBS All Access, and Black News Channel.

In addition, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Amazon Music, HBO, YouTube, EPIX, STARZ, Pandora, among other services, are also accessible with the Xfinity Voice Remote via Flex’s dashboard.

Customers can also access thousands of TV shows and movie from partners like XUMO, Tubi and Pluto by saying the word “free.”

Until May 17, customers can tune into the Watchathon Week on X1 and see free programming available via Xfinity platforms, including the Xfinity Stream app.

“Flex was designed to fit seamlessly into the lives of our Internet-only customers,” said Dana Strong, president, Xfinity Consumer Services.

More information is available here.

Comcast is comprised of three businesses:  Comcast Cable, NBCUniversal, and Sky.