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How to Get Rid of Xfinity TV Box & DVR Fees with a Roku or Smart TV

After recently completing a 2-year contract with Comcast Xfinity, I went through another round of price negotiations and came out much better for it. Through the negotiation process, I was able to drop the total price of my cable TV, HD DVR, high-speed internet, and Xfinity Mobile (see my Xfinity Mobile review here) package to under $95 per month – roughly a 34% cost savings versus my end-of-contract price.

Having AT&T U-Verse fiber recently launch in my neighborhood could have helped with those negotiations, as I was offered new customer pricing for a fresh a 2-year contract.

What I discovered in those negotiations, is that Xfinity had changed a few things in its pricing structure on HD and DVR fees. At the end of my contract, I had been charged a $9.95 “HD Technology Fee” and $10 “Anyroom DVR Service” fee for my use of an Xfinity X1 DVR device:

XFinity HD DVR fees

Post new contract negotiation, the HD fee was gone and if I limited my DVR storage to 20 hours (the current maximum for cloud DVR), I could pay just $5 for the DVR to be downgraded to a set-top “TV Box” designation, as shown on my new bill:

XFinity TV Box Fee

Update: Comcast Xfinity is raising the “TV Box fee” from $5 to $7.50 per month, per device, starting in January of 2021.

I’ll take that trade any day. But where things get even more interesting is that I found out in the price negotiation that similar to replacing an Xfinity modem with your own in order to get rid of the Xfinity modem fee (now $168/year), you can also do the same with Xfinity TV boxes (now $90/year per device).

How to Replace an Xfinity TV Box with your Own

In speaking with the Xfinity loyalty/retention specialist, I (unsuccessfully) tried to negotiation away the now $7.50 TV Box fee. He did note, however, that I could get rid of that fee if I replaced the Xfinity TV Box with my own customer owned-partner device and use the Xfinity Stream app (which includes live TV and cloud DVR).

I decided to research this further. And within the account (after clicking on “Devices“), I found this:

get rid of Xfinity TV Box Fee

Step 1: Purchase a Compatible Xfinity TV Device

At the time of publish, it looks like a number of Roku devices are considered compatible Xfinity TV devices, including the following:

Update:Amazon Fire TV is now compatible as well.

Get Rid of XFinity TV Box Fee

And a number of specified LG and Samsung smart TV’s are are considered compatible partner devices too. As noted, all can be used with Xfinity Stream’s live TV and cloud DVR.

And, according to Xfinity, usage of these partner devices does not count against your internet data usage:

Does streaming using the Xfinity Stream app on a Partner Device count against my Internet data usage?
No. The goal of using the app on your Partner Device is to give you more options outside of our rented TV Boxes to access your full TV service within your home. The service delivered through the Xfinity Stream app is not an Internet service, so our data usage plans don’t apply.

Step 2: Connect your New Xfinity TV Device

Connect your new Xfinity TV partner device to your Xfinity WiFi, make sure your firmware is up to date, and install the Xfinity Stream app on that device to log in and activate.

Step 3: Return your TV Boxes to an Xfinity Retail Location

You can initiate a TV Box return online, and send back your set-top TV Box device back via a UPS drop-off location with a prepaid label. Or, you can make an in-person return at an Xfinity store location near you.

Make sure you get and photograph a receipt for your set-top return, and check your future bills for the credit for using your own device!

This simple process will save you $7.50/month ($90/year) per device, and it’s just one of many of the crafty ways to cut your Comcast bill down to reasonable levels.

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Xfinity Flex Review

What is Xfinity Flex?

Xfinity Flex is a streaming box that lets you watch movies, YouTube videos, and live TV (on certain apps and network subscriptions) with an Xfinity Internet plan. The Flex also has music, games, and ways to manage your home Wi-Fi network through the xFi Gateway router and control smart home devices with the Xfinity Home plan. 

How do I use Xfinity Flex?

You can use Xfinity Flex by plugging the Flex into your TV using the HDMI cable that comes with it and use the voice-activated remote to surf streaming apps and subscribe to channels like HBO and SHOWTIME.

Does Xfinity Flex have Hulu?

Alas, Xfinity Flex does not have Hulu. But Hulu will be available on the Flex in the near future, along with streaming apps for Peacock, Sling TV, CBS All Access, STARZ, MLB, and NBA.

What streaming devices work with Xfinity?

Fret not, Xfinity TV customers—your TV subscription is compatible with more than a dozen streaming devices, like Roku, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, and Xbox One. 

Which apps are available on Xfinity Flex?

Xfinity Flex includes apps for Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, NPR One, ESPN3, Sky News, Cheddar News, FailArmy, and more.

How much does Xfinity Flex cost?

The Flex comes at no cost with an Xfinity internet package. Xfinity Internet customers can order one for free and pay $5 a month for each additional box. (Xfinity TV and TV/internet customers aren’t eligible for this offer, since their package includes the X1 platform.)

Does Xfinity Flex have Peacock streaming TV?

Peacock, the new streaming TV service from NBCUniversal, will preview on Xfinity Flex (and Xfinity’s X1 platform) from April 15 until its official launch on July 15. Grab it today so you can start binge-watching Friends again as soon as possible.

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Cool: Comcast letting you use your Roku as a cable box replacement.

Not cool: Comcast charging you an arbitrary fee to do so.

Comcast announced yesterday that it’s starting a beta program for people who want to try using their Roku in place of a cable box. But what it didn’t state very loudly is that, once the beta program ends, it’s going to start charging.

As spotted by Variety, a Comcast support page notes that charges will be put into place at the conclusion of the beta. At that point, people using the beta will have to decide whether they want to continue using the device and pay up.

This isn’t exactly a new practice for Comcast. While subscribers don’t have to pay for their first cable box, it charges $9.95 per month to rent additional units, and it even charges a $7.45 per month “additional outlet” fee when you supply a box of your own.

(Technically, Comcast charges $9.95 and then applies a $2.50 bill credit; the distinction is mostly meaningless, except that you can still get that $2.50 credit for using your own device in place of that “free” first cable box. In that instance, Comcast would actually be taking $2.50 off your bill every month. But you’d also only have one TV.)

It sounds like this same pricing structure will apply to Rokus.

This is a great example of why cable providers have been so opposed to the FCC’s attempts to overhaul the cable box market. The commission’s plans would have taken control over TV streams away from providers and let customers do what they want with them — the most recent version of the plan would have even required a free-to-use Roku app.

The cable box overhaul is almost certainly not going to happen now that Democrats have lost control of the FCC, which means Comcast is free to continue adding fees for using your own equipment.

Disclosure: Comcast is an investor in Vox Media, The Verge’s parent company.

Correction: This story did not initially note that Comcast doesn’t charge customers a rental fee for their first cable box. It’s been updated with this information, as well as more detail on how Comcast’s bill credits work.

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Comcast Xfinity X1 DVR Review

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We’ll help you figure out if the X1 is the right DVR for you as we go over storage space, features, the voice remote, and fees.

Xfinity’s X1 DVR gives you the best of all worlds.

Xfinity’s cable box gives you access to live TV, sports, loads of on-demand entertainment, your favorite streaming apps, a decent DVR storage space, and top-notch technology.

You can stream Peacock Premium for free, watch what you want within seconds with a voice remote, and get daily updates on the news and weather.

But more importantly, this DVR lets you record 150 HD or 300 SD hours of TV programming.

Let’s take a deeper dive into the details to determine if Xfinity’s X1 is right for you.

Pros

  • You'll get 500 GB of DVR storage space
  • The X1 provides smooth technology
  • It comes with an X1 voice remote control

Cons

  • The fees for the X1 can get pricey
  • There are other providers in the TV industry with more storage space

How much does Xfinity’s X1 DVR cost?

Unfortunately, Xfinity has a big list of fees. And most of those fees are for the X1 set-top box.

Your first TV box is $5 per month, and the additional TV box for your living room downstairs will be $10 per month. And you’ll likely want crisp HD channels ($10/month) and DVR service ($10/month).

So your X1 experience will be $40 per month on top of the monthly TV package price. Yikes.

Unfortunately, Xfinity’s TV box has the highest number of fees in the TV industry, but you won’t find a cable TV box similar to the X1. You might find the X1 is worth the price when you read more about the features you can’t get with another DVR.

How much are the fees for Comcast Xfinity's X1 DVR?
FeeMonthly price*
First TV box$5.00/mo.
Additional TV box$9.95/mo.
HD technology fee$10.00/mo.
DVR fee$10.00/mo.

*Data effective 6/28/2021.

If you want to know more about other fees Xfinity has, check out our full review, which includes regional sports and broadcast fees.

How many hours of DVR storage does Xfinity’s X1 have?

The X1 Cloud DVR can store 150 HD or 300 SD hours, and your recordings will save indefinitely.

Compared to other cable TV services, the X1’s storage space sits in the middle of the pack (scroll down a little for more comparisons).

How much storage space does the Xfinity X1 have?
DVRStorage spaceStorage hoursSimultaneous recordingsDVR service fee
X1 DVR500 GB150 HD or 300 SD hours6$10.00/mo.

*Data effective 6/28/2021.

To put 150 hours in perspective, you can record 30 episodes of The Office, 30 episodes of Family Feud, 20 episodes of The Murder Tapes, 10 soccer games, and 28 movies.

You’re not likely to run out of space, so you and the family won’t have to stress about finding more space for that final NBA championship game (since your kid so happens to have a dance performance the same night).

And to make family matters even better, you can record six shows at once when you’re not at home. Or you can record five shows at once while you’re actively watching TV.

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Does the Xfinity X1 require internet?
The Xfinity X1 requires internet because of its Cloud DVR, which means it can save your recordings online, making it possible for you to watch your recordings with your streaming device on the go. If you already have Xfinity TV, we recommend Xfinity internet for the simplicity of one bill.

How does Xfinity’s X1 compare to other DVRs?

X1 DVR

The Xfinity X1 is one of the best DVRs in the cable TV industry, primarily because of its features and technology. But the X1 might not be the best when it comes to pricing (it’s not the worst either).

It’s difficult to compare pricing across all cable TV providers because all cable companies have different fees.

Some give you a better deal when you order a certain number of set-top boxes, some include the first-set top box into your plan, and some let you choose how much storage space you’d like.

To get a better idea of pricing, check out our top cable TV providers review. But, for now, we’ll give you a quick rundown:

  • Xfinity TV‘s first cable box is $5 per month, the DVR service is $10, and you’ll most likely want HD channels ($10/month).
  • Spectrum TV‘s monthly price for one receiver is $9. The DVR service for two receivers is the same price as the X1, but you’ll get only one-third of the storage space.
  • Verizon Fios TV includes the first set-top box with two of its plans. If you’d like 500 HD hours of storage space, your monthly price will be $20 (that’s the price of Xfinity’s DVR service and HD fee combined).
  • Optimum TV charges $11 per month for each cable TV box. To get the same storage space as the X1, the monthly fee will cost $22.
  • Cox TV includes the first set-top box in your plan. And Cox TV certainly has the most generous DVR storage space, but you’ll have to pay $30 each month for the 1,000-hour DVR service.

*Data effective 6/28/2021.

How does Xfinity’s X1 work?

Pause, rewind, and fast-forward live TV, or schedule a DVR recording up to two weeks in advance with the X1 (so you don’t miss the first episode of the new season of The Bachelorette).

Xfinity’s DVR has an easy-to-use guide, free on-demand content, a hands-free voice remote, and some extra features and technology that make this X1 stand out.

How does the Xfinity X1’s guide work?

Xfinity’s guide is intuitive, smooth, and easy to search through.

Xfinity’s X1 also makes it easy for you to record new episodes of a TV series.

Just use the search option or click on a show in the guide, click Record, and a pop-up will ask if you’d like to record the single episode or all future episodes.

Comcast Xfinity TV guide

We also like the Episodes button. With this convenient button, you’ll be able to see all episodes that are available for you to stream.

You can access the standard guide when you click the Guide button, but you’ll get more options when you click the Guide button twice.

From left to right, you can choose to see the following:

  • All Channels
  • Free to Me (on-demand titles)
  • HD channels
  • Favorites (channels you’ve favorited)
  • Trending (current popular shows)
  • Movies
  • Sports
  • Kids
Xfinity X1 guide options

Some guide features you movie buffs might enjoy are cast and crew information and movie reviews and ratings.

When you hover over a program in the guide, click info. Here you’ll find Series and Movie Info to find more information about the actors. You can even set up recordings based on your favorite actors or directors!

Additionally, you’ll see Rotten Tomatoes and audience ratings on the right-hand side when you hover over the program. No one wants to waste their time watching a movie with a critic rating of 50% or less.

How does the Xfinity X1’s voice remote work?

Say your command into the voice remote, and voila! You get what you asked for within seconds.

Just say “ESPN,” “Watch Paw Patrol,” or “Show me action movies.” You can also ask questions like “When is the next Chiefs game?” or “What’s on tonight at seven o’clock?”

Another convenient feature we really like on the remote: when you click the Last button, a pop-up at the bottom of the screen lets you see the last nine channels or recordings you recently watched.

So you can just quickly jump to your favorite channel you watch every day or to the This Is Us recording you didn’t finish.

First of all, you can stream NBC Peacock, Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, Prime Video, YouTube, HBO Max, Pandora, and Spotify.

And the X1 has some cool everyday built-in features, such as sports stats, weather, and news. So if you’re looking to consolidate your daily activities from the couch, these features are convenient.

While you’re cleaning the living room or kitchen, you can throw on Pandora and listen to your favorite jams.

If you pause your movie because your spouse has to use the restroom for the third time, the X1 will keep you entertained with rotating images. There will be beautiful pictures of animals and landscapes while recent news headlines pop up on the bottom lefthand corner.

And lastly, you’ll get to enjoy everything in high-definition picture. Who doesn’t love to watch a Western and feel like you’re in the movie, as well?

You’ll also be able to rent and buy movies from the comfort of your home.

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Photo credit: Comcast Xfinity

Recap: Is Comcast Xfinity’s X1 DVR worth it?

The X1 isn’t applauded for nothing

Xfinity’s X1 is worth it if you fall into the following categories:

  • You don’t have a DVR (record those MLB games or cooking shows)
  • You have Xfinity’s TV and internet service
  • You like the idea of a Cloud DVR so you can watch your recordings on any of your devices anytime
  • You want to record six shows at once (perfect for families)
  • You want to set up a DVR recording from your smartphone

If one of these categories made you raise your hand, the X1 would be worth it for you and your family.

If not, you can save money by not paying those pesky fees (and use it toward movie snacks).

Check out our Xfinity TV Review to find out more about channel lineups, bundles, and compatible devices.

What is the advantage of the Xfinity X1?

The Xfinity X1’s greatest upside is its technology and features you can’t get with another DVR.

The X1 makes it possible to do the following:

  • When you click on a program, you can see cast and crew information along with movie reviews and ratings.
  • Set up recordings based on your favorite actors or directors.
  • Record a show two weeks in advance.
  • You’ll get access to lots of on-demand content.
  • Click “Last” on the remote, and you’ll be able to choose one of the nine channels or recordings you recently viewed.
  • The X1 has everyday built-in features, such as sports stats, weather, and news.
  • Like other set-top boxes, the X1 comes with a voice remote control and lots of integrated apps such as Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, and Spotify.

The Xfinity X1 isn’t included in the pricing of your Xfinity TV plan.

Your first set-top box is $5 per month, additional TV boxes are $10, and DVR service for the X1 is an extra $10.

Is Netflix free with the Xfinity X1?

Comcast Xfinity doesn’t include a free subscription to Netflix with its plan, but it does include a free subscription to NBC Peacock.

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Chantel is all about finding the best tv or streaming service to watch as many football games as possible to keep her Fantasy Football team in check. Prior to being a TV and Streaming Tech Reporter for Reviews.org, she worked for NFL Network and The Alliance of American Football. Before that, she received a B.A. of Communication at the University of Utah and an M.S. in Sports Journalism at USC. Go Utes and Fight On. Contact her at [email protected]
Chantel is all about finding the best tv or streaming service to watch as many football games as possible to keep her Fantasy Football team in check. Prior to being a TV and Streaming Tech Reporter for Reviews.org, she worked for NFL Network and The Alliance of American Football. Before that, she received a B.A. of Communication at the University of Utah and an M.S. in Sports Journalism at USC. Go Utes and Fight On. Contact her at [email protected]
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Having used the Xfinity cable box for some time, I’ve noticed the Box struggles to hold on to the signal.

This simply won’t do when I’m trying to relax on my couch and watch my favorite TV shows.

I’ve spent hours looking through online guides to troubleshoot this problem. Most of the time, a simple restart gets the signal back.

In this article, you will find a detailed guide on how to fix your Xfinity Cable Box. You will understand the first steps you need to take in this scenario.

If your Xfinity Cable Box isn’t working, restart the Comcast cable box. If this doesn’t get the Xfinity cable box to work, proceed to factory reset it.

If the problem persists, contact Xfinity customer care.

Resetting vs Restarting Xfinity Cable Box

You can go about fixing your Xfinity Cable Box in two ways: resetting or restarting. Restarting is a simple way to fix most errors.

With the Xfinity Cable Box, restarting will end up refreshing your system while maintaining all your previously stored data.

If restarting doesn’t work, then you can go for resetting your Xfinity Cable Box.

Using a factory reset erases all the previous data and brings the device back to its initial setting.

Use this method if you don’t mind losing saved data such as recorded programs.

Restart your Xfinity Cable TV Box

You have three methods to restart your Xfinity Cable box. I will walk you through each of them step by step.

Use The Power Button on Your Comcast Cable Box

This is the first go-to step to get your signal back. All you have to do is switch off the streaming device.

If your Xfinity Remote does not turn off your TV Box, follow these easy steps to get it done:

  • Locate the Power button on your Xfinity Cable Box
  • Hold the button for about 10 seconds
  • The device will then automatically restart

Unplugging the Xfinity Cable Box

By unplugging your cable box from the outlet, you can restart your device. Follow these steps to get the signal back on the cable box:

  • Switch off your Xfinity Cable Box.
  • Unplug the device from the outlet
  • Wait for 10 seconds and then plug it back to the outlet
  • Press the Power button
  • Your device will then automatically restart

Using the Help Menu on Xfinity Cable Box

If you own an Xfinity remote, you can use this method to restart the cable box. 

  • Locate the A button on your Xfinity remote control. Press it to access the Help Menu
  • Select the Restart option, then press OK
  • You will get a confirmation message at this point. Press OK and select Restart again
  • Your device restart will then be completed in a few minutes

Factory Reset Your Xfinity Cable Box

Factory resetting the Xfinity Cable box will lead to loss of data. It is better to proceed with this option after you have tried all the restarting methods.

Using the Xfinity My Account App

Xfinity’s “My Account” application is available on both iOS and Android. By downloading it onto your smartphone, you can easily perform a factory reset.

Follow these steps to do a factory reset using the app:

  • Open the Xfinity My Account App installed on your smart device
  • Under the Overview Menu, you will find the TV option
  • Select the device you need to troubleshoot
  • Select Troubleshoot and then tap on Continue
  • Now, select System Refresh to reset Xfinity Cable Box

Using the Restore Default option

If you want to perform a factory reset without using the app, you can do so with the help of the remote.

Follow these steps to get it done:

  • Hold the power button of your cable box. Ensure the device is turned on, which can be confirmed by blinking green lights
  • Now open the User Settings by pressing on the Power and Menu buttons together on your remote.
  • Press the Up and Down arrow together to find the Restore Defaults option
  • Click on the Right button and then press OK to start the resetting process

Call Comcast Tech Support

If you are still unable to make your Xfinity Cable Box get a signal, you will need expert help. Call the Customer Care number from your phone.

Call 1-800-Comcast or 1-800-266-2278 during work hours and tell the technician about the problem you’re facing along with your customer account number.

The technician will then do a signal reset from their own computer. This will refresh your device. This process can take several minutes.

Did It Fix Your Xfinity Cable Box?

I have gone through all the methods you can take to get the signal back on the Xfinity Cable TV Box, including restarting and resetting your Xfinity Cable Box.

Maybe your Xfinity Cable Box is working fine, but your Xfinity Remote is Not Working. If that’s the case, try Resetting your Xfinity Remote.

It is better to go with the reset option only after trying all the restart methods because it causes you to lose previously stored data.

If none of the reset or restart methods work, it is better to call the Customer Care number and get help from the technician to solve your problem.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why is my cable box not getting a signal?

Your cable box may be unable to get a signal due to bad weather or hardware issues.

You’ll encounter this problem when there is a downpour or disruptive winds.

You can easily get the signal back by switching the device off for a few minutes or doing a quick restart.

What input should TV be on for cable?

The most common input cable for TV is HDMI. Take your TV’s remote and press the Input button, then select the HDMI version like HDMI 1, HDMI 2, or HDMI 3.

Can a smart TV work without a cable box?

You can watch TV without connecting it to a cable box. With the Wi-Fi-connected TV, you can download popular streaming apps and pay the subscription fee to access their services.

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While subscribers don't have to pay for their first cable box, it charges $9.95 per month to rent additional units, and it even charges a $7.45 per month “additional outlet” fee when you supply a box of your own.


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Consequently, how do I get another cable box from Comcast?

Call us at 1-800-xfinity to place an order, ask questions or schedule a professional installation. (Note: An additional fee may apply.) For TV Boxes, just use your own TV! Go to channel 1995 and follow the instructions to get a new TV Box shipped to your home.

Secondly, how many cable boxes can you have with Comcast? How many Wireless TV Boxes can I have in my home at one time? At this time, the maximum is two Wireless TV Boxes per account.

Similarly one may ask, do I need a Comcast box for every TV?

Although a digital cable box is not required for each TV in your home, only TVs that are connected to a digital cable box will be able to receive channels above 99 and use the interactive programming guide. Areas that have transitioned to all digital service will require a digital cable box for each TV in the home.

Is there an extra charge for 4k boxes from Comcast?

You do not pay a 4K-specific charge to view the content on X1. However, all other fees associated with your Xfinity service including DVR fees for the XG1v4 TV Box, and Netflix Premium subscription plan fees will apply.

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