Sunday, March 24, 2013
Comcast is giving its Xfinity television customers free access to a number of shows from March 25-31 during "Watchathon Week."
Comcast customers who are tired of wall-to-wall basketball coverage can escape hoop-mania with Xfinity's Watchathon Week. For one week customers Comcast customers in St. Clair Shores and across Macomb County will be able access series including Game of Thrones, Downton Abbey, Dexter, Girls, Spartacus and Duck Dynasty, along with seasons of shows including Mad Men, Revolution, The Walking Dead and Chicago Fire. “The scale of Xfinity Watchathon Week is enormous,” said Maggie Suniewick, Vice President, Video Services, ComcastCable, in a release. “This will be the biggest catch-up ever in TV history, offering Xfinity TV customers the opportunity to binge view the hottest shows on top networks for free. It takes the TV catch-up concept to an …
Friday, March 1, 2013
Former Detroit Red Wing Tomas Homstrom, Tigers mascot Paws and others will take part in grand opening celebrations at the new Xfinity customer center in Macomb Township.
Comcast will hold a grand opening celebration Satruday at the new 3,600 square-foot Xfinity customer center in Macomb Township that will include a former Red Wing and the Tigers mascot. Former Detroit Red Wing Tomas Homstrom and Tigers mascot Paws will participate in the festivities at the center which allows Comcast customers to pay a bill, service their equipment and interact with new products and services. The celebration runs from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. at the Xfinity Customer Center at 17613 Hall Road, Macomb Township. Festivities include:
Monday, February 25, 2013
Comcast has opened an interactive 3,600-square-foot Xfinity Customer Center in Macomb Township. The facility, which is the company's second customer center in Macomb County, is the first of its kind in Michigan.
Comcast opened a new Xfiinty Customer Center in Macomb Township Monday that allows customers to pay bills, exchange equipment but also experience the company's products on iPads, laptops and large-screen televisions. The new 3,600-square-foot facility is located at 17613 Hall Road and utilizes technology to serve customers. Inside the center there is a self-service kiosk to pay bills, an electronic queuing system for check-in, along with displays of 3D cable service, iPad apps and the company's home security system. These features are set in a comfortable seating areas that feature sofas and chairs set around the informational kiosks. "This 3,600-square-foot center was built with the customer in mind," said Jan Thompson, senior director, …
Thursday, November 29, 2012
Comcast is looking to fill more than 100 positions at locations throughout Metro Detroit.
Comcast is looking to fill more than 100 positions at three locations in Metro Detroit. According to Comcast, these positions include: These positions fall under the “Customer Care” organization and require a high school diploma; professional and reliable and call center experience preferred. Job seekers must apply for a position online through the "Careers" section at www.comcast-jobs.com. The jobs include comprehensive dental and vision plans, along with paid time off for vacations and holidays, according to Comcast. A 401(k) retirement plan, an employee stock purchase program, tuition reimbursement, life insurance and courtesy cable are also offered.
Thursday, May 3, 2012
Comcast launched Tuesday the new Xfinity Home wireless security system which allows subscribers to remotely monitor their home through text messages and web-based applications.
Comcast customers in Michigan now have the opportunity to monitor their home security remotely through the Xfinity Home security system. Xfinity Home provides subscribers traditional round-the-clock monitoring in addition to being able to remotely monitor and adjust thermostats, lights, and watch streaming video on a computer or mobile device. "Xfinity takes home security to the next level," said Kevin Gunkel, communication manager for Comcast. "It is a very adaptable system which is geared toward the needs of the customer." The security system allows subscribers to create personalized settings to their needs from the typical uses such as motion sensors or monitoring doors and windows to remotely controlling lights, thermostats and flood …