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  • 140+
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  • 25 Mbps
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  • Unlimited
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  • 140+ digital channels with XFINITY On Demand™ view channel lineup
  • Download speeds up to 25 Mbps & Constant Guard® protection included
  • Unlimited nationwide talk and text
$89   a mo.
for 12 mos.
w/ 2year agreement

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  • 260+
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  • 105 Mbps
    Internet

  • Unlimited
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  $150 Visa® Prepaid Card*
  • 260+ digital channels with XFINITY On Demand view channel lineup
  • HBO®, STARZ®, Cinemax® & SHOWTIME® included
  • HD DVR service & Streampix® included
  • Download speeds up to 105 Mbps & Constant Guard® protection included
  • Unlimited nationwide talk and text
$159 99 a mo.
for 12 mos.
w/ 2year agreement

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About: Lowell, Massachusetts

Founded in the 1820s as a planned manufacturing center for textiles, Lowell is located along the rapids of the Merrimack River, 30 miles northwest of Boston. The so-called Boston Associates, including Nathan Appleton and Patrick Tracy Jackson of the Boston Manufacturing Company, named the new mill town after their visionary leader, Francis Cabot Lowell, who had died five years before its 1823 incorporation.

Population: 105167
Local Newspapers: The Sun
Local Sports Teams: Lowell Devils (AHL)
Local Colleges: University of Massachusetts Lowell

Zip Codes associated with Lowell, MA: 1850, 1851, 1852, 1854 .
Towns/Cities near Lowell, MA : Dracut, Belvidere, Highlands, Chelmsford, Pawtucketville, Nabnasset.

  • The place to experience textile production
    Friday, October 17, 2014 9:27:05 PM

    Enter a building appearing like a medieval fortress, a strong wall separating it from the nearby Merrimack River. The Boott Cotton Mills Museum uses a brick cotton mill built in 1873.

  • DA honors Lowell first-responders
    Friday, October 17, 2014 5:24:23 PM

    Police officers, firefighters and other responders in the fatal Branch Street apartment fire in July were honored by the district attorney's office Thursday in a ceremony at Boston College. A total of 17 firefighters and others in the department, and four officers and the police superintendent, William Taylor, were honored, along with City Manager Kevin Murphy.

  • Lowell Ebola scare hastens work on protocols
    Friday, October 17, 2014 1:28:57 PM

    Following an Ebola scare last weekend that sent one boy to the hospital, city and health officials are establishing a uniform protocol for dealing with a potential outbreak of the deadly virus. The threat of Ebola hit home on Saturday, when Health Director Frank Singleton said he received a call from Trinity EMS about a young child from Africa with a high fever.

  • Shrewsbury district welcomes new music and drama director
    Friday, October 17, 2014 5:41:53 AM

    As the new Shrewsbury district director of the music and drama department, Tom O'Toole can draw upon 28 years of experience as a performing arts educator. With a double major in music education and composition, he earned a bachelor's degree at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell.

  • Pelham man on mission to shine a healthy light
    Friday, October 17, 2014 1:55:50 AM

    Grimard, 49, a Lowell native, Pelham resident and entrepreneur who has forged a career in technology -- including as former owner of Comprep Associates, which he said achieved $225 million in annual sales of semiconductors in the 1990s -- is hoping to bring a healthful dose of sunlight to everyone in the home or workplace. Making careful use of $100,000 in seed money from family and friends, Grimard and a business partner have created a special lamp and marketing plan for a product they have labeled the "Sun Lifelight."

Technology is supposed to make our living today simpler and that's just what XFINITY Triple Play for Lowell does. Combining your cable television, phone, and Internet services, and placing them all on a single bill, makes everything just a little bit easier. Watch television on your computer, take phone messages on your computer, consolidate all your services and make them work together for you.

XFINITY Triple Play offers in Lowell,MA have all sorts of personalized options within the bundle itself. From basic cable to HD preferred you can customize your television experience to fit your needs. Get premium channels like HBO®, Starz, Showtime and Cinemax as well as your basic local packages. Get your movies as well as your sports. Put this together with your Internet experience and the possibilities are endless.

With incredible speed Lowell's XFINITY INTERNET lets you download entertainment as well as watch live televised events online. It's not just television and Internet that play nicely together; it’s the phone too. With XFINITY VOICE you can access your phone messages online whenever you need them.

If you want more choices with less hassle, XFINITY Triple Play is the package for you in Lowell, Massachusetts. Screen your calls, catch your favorite shows, and download media to your hearts content all for a single low monthly price. The synergy between home services is finally here. There’s no reason home technology should be a hassle in this day and age and XFINITY Triple Play is a clear answer to the chaos of competing bills and services.