The term "wideband" refers to Internet that delivers speeds 50Mbps and higher. Currently, Comcast Business Class offers 50Mbps, 100Mbps, and 150Mbps wideband solutions to businesses. – see Plans & Pricing.
Yes. Our Ethernet Services provide businesses with Internet speeds of 200Mbps or faster. If you need faster speeds visit our Ethernet page.
*Speeds not available in all areas. Call a Comcast sales representative to explain availability in your area.
Comcast is making preparations to help ensure all of its networks, products, and systems are compatible and enabled for the migration to IPv6, an Internet Protocol which will allow for nearly unlimited IP addresses. Additionally, Comcast is making sure that customers are able to begin the transition to IPv6.
Click here for frequently asked questions designed to address the most common issues Comcast customers will face during this transition period.
Websites and Web Hosting
We offer a variety of Web hosting packages. The Starter Package, included with Comcast Business Internet, provides a custom domain name and up to three pages of content. Three other packages are available and are designed to support more advanced websites. Your Web designer may have specific preferences or requirements. Read more about Web hosting options.
If you need additional storage for your website, it may be time to upgrade from your Starter Package. We offer a wide range of Web hosting options to adequately satisfy your websites growing need for storage.
- 10MB - included
- Plus additional features
- 300GB - $19.95 a month
- Plus additional features
- 400GB - $39.95 a month
- Plus additional features
- 500GB - $79.95 a month
- Plus additional features
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Yes. Comcast Business customers can easily back up their website. We offer a number of Web hosting packages with storage up to 500 GB, for backing up your website – Read more about Web hosting options.
Each one of our Web hosting upgrade packages have unlimited data transfer, so no additional charges will be incurred for any overages. Only the Starter Package is limited to 100MB of data transfer. Contact a support representative for the overage rate for your location.
Generally, a Static IP address will never change. In contrast, a Dynamic IP has the potential to change at any given interval.
A Static IP will allow you to assign your own server or firewall with a public static-routable IP. For example, you could run an e-mail, Web, or VPN server. Learn more about Static IP
A domain pointer is a Web hosting feature that allows you to automatically send Web visitors from one or more of your domain names to your primary website. Domain pointers also give you the ability to point a domain to a subdirectory acting as a stand-alone website.
Yes. Comcast Business Reporting Tools enable you to see how much traffic your website generates.
It is a template-driven, online website development tool that allows you to create a rich, customized website without needing to have any knowledge of HTML code.
Advanced Internet and antivirus protection, ranked #1 in overall protection and remediation. Norton Business Suite provides protection for up to 3 computers against viruses, spam, and pop-ups. Available for PC users. Additional protection can be purchased in packages of 3 licenses for just $6.95 per month.
The Comcast IP Gateway's firewall provides essential protection for your business by blocking unwanted users and data traffic from entering your local area network (LAN). Additional features include:
- Stateful Packet Inspection
- Port Forwarding
- Port Blocking
- Port Triggering
- Keyword Blocking
The Comcast IP Gateway's firewall performs many similar functions to a PIX or Sonicwall.
Yes, you can download the Norton security software for 3 computers. Additional license can be purchased in sets of 3, for only $6.95 per month. Learn More >
Web Access connects to your Outlook files and tools from any PC with Internet access. Any changes you make are automatically updated on your desktop and mobile devices, so you can easily:
- Use the Scheduling Assistant to efficiently book meetings
- Search and access your company’s Global Address List
- Schedule out-of-office messages
- View content in managed e-mail folders
No, Microsoft Exchange Server is included in every Internet package and is a part of the Microsoft Communication Tools.
Comcast Business Internet with Microsoft Communication Services provide secure, reliable, multiple access options to e-mail, contact management, shared calendars and tasks, and online document sharing.
As Microsoft’s Exchange platform is hosted in the network, our small business owners and employees will enjoy “anywhere access” to their Microsoft applications, assuring maximum efficiency and productivity for their business.
Historically, this business productivity solution would be prohibitive for small- to medium-sized businesses due to high costs and IT support. Comcast and Microsoft have come together to make these large enterprise IT solutions available to the small business.
No problem is too big or too small for the highly skilled and knowledgeable Comcast Business Support team available 24/7 for any technical or Customer Care issue. Call (800) 391-3000.
Business Private WiFi Service
Comcast Business Private WiFi is a secure wireless connection that will protect employees remotely accessing company servers, applications and provides users with WiFi Protected Access® (WPA/WPA2—PSK) and WEP
Installation charges may apply.
Business Private WiFi is intended to be used by Employees of your business. If you are interested in Public WiFi for your patrons, please ask about Business Public WiFi via an Xfinity WiFi hotspot.
Comcast provides the required WiFi access point hardware at no additional cost.
Business Private WiFi does not require a term commitment. The service would be available as long as you are a Comcast Business Internet customer.
Yes, Business Private WiFi is integrated with your Business Internet package and uses the Business Internet bandwidth wirelessly.
Yes, Username and password information is required for access to your wireless network. Your network administrator will be able to assign the user name and password.
If you are experiencing issues with your WiFi, please contact Comcast Business Care at 1-800-391-3000 for support.
Comcast Business provides WiFi services as a value added service for our Business Internet subscribers, at no additional charge.
We supply and support the equipment. If your WiFi service goes down, we can’t repair it unless it is our WiFi solution.
You and your employees will also get access to 3,000,000 Xfinity WiFi hotspots. So when you’re out of the office, you can stay connected.
When you're connected to free WiFi, you are not running up data charges on your mobile phone.
Yes. If you have Business Internet Starter or above, and would like to host an XFINITY WiFi hotspot, call Comcast Business Care at 1-800-391-3000 to confirm eligibility and to schedule installation of your comprehensive Business WiFi solution.
No. you don’t have to sign a new contract.
No. Customers can request to opt-out and disable their Business Public WiFi service by contacting Comcast Business Care at 1-800-391-3000.
Business Public WiFi Service
It’s an XFINITY WiFi hotspot - a value-added service available to Comcast Business Internet (Starter and above) customers. An XFINITY WiFi hotspot provides your patrons Internet access using their WiFi-enabled devices.
XFINITY WiFi is intended to be used by the patrons and visitors of your business.
- XFINITY Internet subscribers
- Comcast Business Internet subscribers
- Non-Comcast customers are eligible for two 60 minute sessions in a 30 day period
Yes, as a Business Internet subscriber, you have access to the XFINITY WiFi network. This includes the hotspot hosted at your business, as well as the thousands of other hotspots across the network.
At the time of installation, the Comcast technician will provide a window sticker indicating the
presence of the XFINITY WiFi hotspot, along with table tents and cards providing connection
instructions that you can share with your patrons.
Comcast provides the required WiFi access point hardware at no additional cost. The XFINITY
WiFi hotspot is completely separate from the Business Internet service providing bandwidth to
your private business network. This allows the XFINITY WiFi hotspot to operate separately and
securely from your sensitive business information.
No. The XFINITY WiFi hotspot is targeted to patrons of your business and it does not allow for
configuration of a private business network.
While the range of the WiFi signal will vary based upon many factors including building
structure and the type of user device connecting, in general, users can expect a 150 foot radius
of coverage from the access point.
The XFINITY WiFi hotspot is powered by a Comcast high speed broadband connection. Speeds
will vary based on several factors including but not limited to the number of users utilizing the
service and proximity to the WiFi access point, but users can expect a level of service from
Comcast that they’ve grown to know and trust. Great user experience with XFINITY WiFi
outperforming its two closest competitors in a recent study – exhibiting 10+ Mbps vs. 1-4 Mbps
versus the competition - http://allionusa.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/AllionUSA_Public_Hotspot_Competitive_Analysis.pdf
No. XFINITY WiFi does not require a term commitment and can be cancelled at any time with
no impact to your Comcast Business service.
No, XFINITY WiFi is completely separate and will have no impact on your Business Internet Service.
Username and password information captured via the sign-in page is protected with 128-bit encryption - the same standard used by thousands of online banking and financial services sites around the world to protect your critical transactions.
If you are experiencing issues with your XFINITY WiFi hotspot, please contact Comcast Business Care at 1-800-391-3000 for support.
Yes. If you have Business Internet Starter or above, call Comcast Business Care at 1-800-391-3000 to confirm eligibility and to schedule installation of your XFINITY WiFi hotspot
No, you don’t have to sign a new contract.
No, customers can opt out of the Business Private WiFi Service and choose only the Business Public WiFi Service.