Xfinity Military Benefits: $180/yr, Free Mobile Line, Free Peacock and More

Xfinity announced special new benefits and deals for subscribers who are military veterans, service members, and their families:

  • $180 Visa Gift Card for new and existing Military customers that can be applied to their choice of Xfinity services (equivalent to $15 a month per year).
  • One free Xfinity Mobile line for a year (a $480 value – requires subscription to Xfinity Internet Service).
  • Automatic upgrade to become an Xfinity Diamond Rewards member (which is normally reserved for customers who have been with Xfinity for 14+ years) as a part of the Xfinity Rewards program. Enrollment in the program is free and Diamond benefits include:
    • Free Peacock Premium (a $60 annual value), with access to 80,000+ hours of the best in TV, including the latest hits from NBC & Bravo, hundreds of hit movies like OppenheimerThe Holdovers, and Trolls, plus LIVE sports including Sunday Night Football and Premier League.
    • Access to great entertainment with $1 movie nights, exclusive tickets to premiere movie events, exclusive streaming events with NBCU talent, and more.
    • A wide variety of digital discounts to sites like the NBC Store and, tickets to local sporting events, giveaways, gift cards, sweepstakes, and more.
  • The military community can also continue to enjoy unique streaming experiences, specially priced park tickets, vacation packages, and discounted resort stays at Universal Destinations & Experiences

Check for any updates on the military benefits at

  • Readers report that, additionally, Xfinity is offering reduced rate packages to previous members of the ACP program (since the ACP has not been renewed by the federal government).

Hat tip to readers Tony and Cole S

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Jeremy (@guest_1854757)
June 4, 2024 12:26

Well, this took a month, but I received a verified email today.

david (@guest_1842375)
May 9, 2024 11:11

Internet Essentials a service for those who where in the ACP. $10 a month (technically, a nickel less) for 50mbps down and 10mbps up or $30 a month for 100mbps down and 20mbps up with no caps on data usage. Also get a gateway for the home and also get will probably have to call to see as you can use their WiFi network on the go but not sure if that has a limit on connections or data use. Nothing to lose if you qualify as there is no cancellation fees.Current deadline if you currently have service is “*Waived for new Xfinity Internet customers until June 30, 2024, regardless of their enrollment in ACP” otherwise outside of the current exception period they you cannot had service with them in the last 90 days.

Steve (@guest_1842111)
May 8, 2024 19:16

Thanks for posting!

Ken Krawford
Ken Krawford (@guest_1841696)
May 8, 2024 07:00

I am currently with ATT for internet. Does anyone know if they will match this offer?

evap (@guest_1841618)
May 8, 2024 00:00

how do they verify?

Maggie (@guest_1841532)
May 7, 2024 19:22

Thanks for highlighting these military benefits for those of us who serve. So appreciated!

Cjs (@guest_1841436)
May 7, 2024 16:42

Additionally, in regards to this excellent offer, Xfinity is offering reduced rate packages to previous members of the ACP program (since the ACP has not been renewed by the Feds).

For example, in the PNW, my $54/month plan went down to $30 after I switched to the Internet Essential Plus Program. They also have a rock bottom plan of $10/month, but with limited speeds available.

Per the website (see link below), the opportunity to enroll in these reduced rate programs ends 6/30/24. 

Ostrich Rider
Ostrich Rider (@guest_1841419)
May 7, 2024 15:58

Thanks, I didn’t know they offered a discount.

Jay (@guest_1841345)
May 7, 2024 13:25

With Xfinity I was added as a secondary authorized person to make changes on the account. Sometime down the line, I applied for the ACP discount and was able to apply the discount to their acct with no issue.

Perhaps it could work the same way with one of these deals…

Raymond (@guest_1841336)
May 7, 2024 13:13

Thank you for your service.