You Choose When and Where with XFINITY
|February 5, 2016||Filled under Reviews/Giveaways||
Disclosure: Post sponsored by XFINITY, but all opinions are my own. Please see below for additional disclosure.
Life is about choices – you choose what you want to wear, what you want to eat, what you’re going to do this weekend…don’t you want to be able to choose from the most options on TV? XFINITY’s On Demand offers nearly 130,000 more choices than Google Fiber!
Did you know that XFINITY’s On Demand library hosts more than 150,000 free choices. Google Fiber’s only holds around 17,000. On top of that, XFINITY On Demand gives you nine times more free TV shows and movies than Google Fiber.
To make it even easier, the latest episodes of the top 100 shows are preloaded and ready to watch. Gets you where you want to be that much quicker!
With the XFINITY TV App, XFINITY allows you to access that On Demand library of TV shows and movies from your mobile devices, meaning you’ve got access to more than 21,000 select TV shows and movies you can watch on the go on your tablet or smartphone.
Downloading On Demand TV shows and movies to your mobile devices opens up a world of possibilities. Buy your favorite movie On Demand, then watch it on the plane (even when you’re not connected to Internet)!
Y’all know I’m a big Pioneer Woman fan!
When things get busy on Saturday mornings and I miss the new episodes, I can easily pull it up On Demand with XFINITY. Same goes for the Blacklist or Big Bang Theory. XFINITY will even let me binge watch the TV shows I love so I can catch up before the new season starts. Anyone else ready for Scandal?
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