Kent’s new authorized Xfinity store features a welcoming and modern retail environment that highlights Xfinity home and Comcast business technology offerings. COURTESY PHOTO

Kent’s new authorized Xfinity store features a welcoming and modern retail environment that highlights Xfinity home and Comcast business technology offerings. COURTESY PHOTO

Comcast opens new Xfinity store in Kent

  • Monday, February 10, 2020 3:22pm
  • Business

Comcast has opened a new Xfinity Branded Partner store in Kent to meet the growing needs of its local customers.

Located in the Canyon Ridge Plaza at 26125 104th Ave. SE, the 2,863-square-foot store offers Comcast’s consumer product products and services.

Customers at the new Xfinity store will find a welcoming and modern retail environment that highlights a line of Xfinity Home and Comcast Business technology offerings, including Xfinity Mobile, Xfinity X1, Xfinity Home and Xfinity Internet.

“Our goal is to provide an exceptional experience in every interaction. That starts with conveniently located stores,” said Vicky Oxley, vice president of marketing and sales, Comcast Washington. “Customers want to enhance their internet, entertainment and technology experiences – at home, in their business or on the go. They now have another great location to find the right solution.”

For local businesses interested in utilizing the latest in internet and technology solutions, the store will also have a dedicated space for Comcast Business customers and prospects to discuss their business technology needs with an expert.

The new Xfinity store is the latest example of the company’s investment made in Washington state. Comcast invested approximately $2 billion in its network technology and infrastructure statewide in the past six years. Comcast has 20 Xfinity retail locations throughout Washington and employs approximately 4,500 people across the state.

The Xfinity store in Kent is open Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. To find the nearest Xfinity store or device support center in Washington state, visit xfinity.com.


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