As you can see, Xfinity and Comcast are different brands of the same company.
Xfinity is the TV and internet service provider for consumers, while Comcast is the company that owns Xfinity (and other brands, like NBCUniversal).
Who is xfinity owned by?
Xfinity is a trade name of Comcast Cable Communications, LLC, a subsidiary of the Comcast Corporation, used to market consumer cable television, internet, telephone, and wireless services provided by the company.
Is Universal owned by Comcast?
Comcast now owns all of Universal Studios and the Universal Studios theme parks around the world. It also owns NBC, CNBC, and a several other media properties, as well as 30 Rockefeller Center in New York. “This is an exciting day for Comcast as we have agreed to accelerate the purchase of NBCUniversal.
Why did Comcast change to Xfinity?
Comcast, the biggest cable provider in the United States, is changing its name. According to the company’s blog, Xfinity will now replace Comcast as the company’s new product name in an attempt to show customers that it’s not the “same old company,” but rather an innovator.
What was Comcast called before?
Before it became the omnipresent and generally detested conglomerate it is today, Comcast was called American Cable Systems (note the foreshadowing), and had only 1,200 subscribers.