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Faster Internet for a Low Price


  • 25 Mbps
    Internet
Benefits
  • Download speeds up to 25 Mbps & upload speeds up to 5 Mbps
  • Constant Guard® protection - $360 value - included
$29 99 a mo.
for 12 mos.
  • + No contract required

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  • 220+
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  • 50 Mbps
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  • 220+ digital channels with XFINITY On Demand view channel lineup
  • Download speeds up to 50 Mbps & Constant Guard® protection included
$89 99 a mo.
for 12 mos.
  • + With 2yr agreement

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About: Richmond, California

Richmond is located in western California in the San Francisco Bay Area. The city was named in honor of the city in Virginia with the same name. The name was chosen by Edmund Randolph, a significant member of the Richmond community. Notable residents have included musician Les Claypool (Primus, Oysterhead), rapper Master P, who played in the NBA with the Charlotte Hornets and the Toronto Raptors.

Population: 99216
Local Newspapers: The Richmond Post, Richmond Globe
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants, San Francisco 49'ers
Local Colleges: N/A

Zip Codes associated with Richmond, CA: 94801, 94803, 94804, 94805, 94806.
Towns/Cities near Richmond, CA : San PabloRollingwood, El Sobrante, El Cerrito, Pullman, Tara Hills.

  • Soda tax war returns to Bay Area
    Tuesday, October 21, 2014 5:37:10 AM

    Two years ago, a ballot measure that would have made Richmond the nation's first city to tax soda and other sugary drinks drew fierce opposition -- and an avalanche of campaign spending -- by the beverage industry. Voters rejected the tax by a 2-1 margin.

  • Set sail for historic Richmond shipyards
    Tuesday, October 21, 2014 1:54:08 AM

    I'm standing aboard a boatload of history. I'm on the main deck of the SS Red Oak Victory, gazing at the bay from a whole different viewpoint and letting the fact sink in that this venerable vessel was built right here, back in 1944, just a buoy's throw from her current berth in the Richmond shipyards.

  • Chevron-funded campaign attacks Richmond mayor's travel, ignores own...
    Monday, October 20, 2014 10:06:04 PM

    A Chevron-funded campaign committee has blitzed the streets of Richmond and the airwaves and Internet in an effort to stop Mayor Gayle McLaughlin's bid for a City Council seat in November. Billboards line boulevards, mailers stuff mailboxes, television commercials play frequently and a web video shows McLaughlin, who is termed out as mayor after eight years in office, skipping onto an airplane: "Gayle McLaughlin ran away when we needed her the most," a narrator says.

  • Contra Costa County drug bust: $18 million in meth seized, 22 arrested
    Monday, October 20, 2014 10:06:03 PM

    In a drug bust one Contra Costa County official called "absolutely staggering," drug agents seized nearly 500 pounds of methamphetamine and arrested 22 people, authorities announced Monday. The bust targeted a drug trafficking organization with links to a major Mexican drug cartel, authorities said, and the majority of the drugs were seized at an undisclosed location in Antioch.

  • Labor union honors Richmond woman for shining light on discrimination that it once practiced
    Sunday, October 19, 2014 9:00:53 PM

    It's not unusual for Betty Reid Soskin to be recognized for her efforts to explain the discriminatory conditions faced by minority and women workers on the World War II home front. It's quite another thing when the recognition comes from the very union that once practiced the discrimination she witnessed.

The Internet becomes more essential everyday. From information to communication it is the main source for success in today’s technology savvy world. This is no longer a world of dial up and modems but of high speed downloads and real time success and XFINITY INTERNET in Richmond is ready to provide both.

Not only does Richmond XFINITY offer Internet service for one low monthly price but you can also upgrade to an even faster service with XFINITY Blast for only a little extra a month. Even with the speedy basic package Xfinity offers lighting-fast download speeds and the Internet immediacy we’ve all come to expect Richmond, California. You'll even be able to take advantage of a range of HD movies online that Xfinity offers.

There's no doubt that XFINITY INTERNET in Richmond is bountiful with great features. The low monthly price does not only include fast service but also 2 GB of online storage for no extra charge, so you can back up your important files in case of unforeseen computer catastrophes. Don’t forget, you’ll get great Internet protection from the free Norton Security Suite they give you. You won’t have to worry about spyware, viruses and spam anymore!

Lately, you hear more and more about Internet service speeds and how fast people need their files upload or download. Well, worry no longer. With the XFINITY INTERNET Blast, you’ll get a great Powerboost to your connection at home in Richmond, California!

The Blast gives you such a great boost, shooting your download speeds up to 20 Mbps. Among some of the things you'll be able to do much easier and faster include uploading your pictures to social networking sites, downloading movies or music you've purchased, or watching streaming video from another website. We're living in an instant gratification society and, unfortunately, your computer needs to be fast enough for you to get any work done, or allow you to get any personal work done – in order to get back to work quicker! The Blast gets your files uploaded or downloaded fast!

Everyone's looking for fast Internet service today in Richmond, but XFINITY INTERNET comes with so much more than that. With online storage and Norton Security for peace of mind what more could you ask for from an Internet provider?