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Comcast’s Sochi Action: Every Minute, Every Medal, Every Screen

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3 (More!) Ways Xfinity X1 and SEEiT Can Enhance Your Olympic Coverage

The good news is, Comcast already shared four easy ways to catch all the Olympics coverage this winter. The even better news is there are even more ways to bring the action from Sochi to the living room. No matter the time or place, here are three more ways to access all things Sochi with Comcast:

  • Start from the Beginning Live on X1: In select markets, NBC’s primetime coverage will be available on Xfinity On Demand immediately after it starts. So if you are getting home in the middle of the show, you can still catch all the action from the beginning.
  • Be the First to SEEiT: The Sochi Games will be the first SEEiT Olympics, offering Xfinity TV customers the ability to select viewing options directly from conversations happening on Twitter, including the ability to tune to the primetime broadcast or record it.
  • Instant Upgrades: For anyone interested in signing up for new service or upgrading their existing service to Xfinity TV Digital Starter or above, you can instantly do so via phone and access Olympics content online and on mobile devices before any equipment is installed and set-up.

With so many ways to work the Sochi games into your schedule, all that’s left to do is cheer for the red, white and blue.



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