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Comcast launches Xfinity Triple Play Self-Install Kit

Tuesday 10 May 2011 | 11:29 CET | News
Comcast has introduced the Xfinity Triple Play Self-Install Kit. The offer allows customers to choose the time that is best for them to install and activate their Xfinity TV, voice and internet services online and at their convenience. In addition, the company has redesigned self-install kits for two products. The Xfinity Triple Play Self-Install Kit includes a digital set-top box/digital transport adapter, remote control, a high-speed internet and digital voice modem. Each component is packaged with step-by-step instructions printed on the inside of the box lids with labelled, colour-coded pieces of equipment and cables arranged in an accessory tray. Once all of the equipment is in place, customers can follow the instructions for activating their services online at the Comcast webpage. Comcast selected Frog Design to help revamp its new self-installation kits. The frog team reviewed Comcast's existing kits and developed several concepts that were shared and tested with customers for feedback, before recommending the concept adopted by Comcast. Xfinity self-installation kits can be ordered online at the Comcast webpage. Kits will also soon be widely available at local Comcast service centres.

Categories: General
Companies: Comcast / Frog Design
Countries: United States
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