We’re proud to be a part of the communities where we live and work. To celebrate the opening of a new Xfinity Store in Ross Township and our commitment to this North Hills community, Comcast made a $1,000 donation to North Hills Community Outreach to support its mission to address the needs of people in crisis, hardship and poverty.
“We’re grateful for Comcast’s generous donation,” said Tom Baker, Executive Director of North Hills Community Outreach. “Supporting local partners is just one of the many ways the company has supported local communities this year to help close the digital divide.”
In 2021, Comcast announced Project UP, Comcast’s comprehensive initiative to advance digital equity and that coincides with the 10th anniversary of its Internet Essentials program, which has connected a cumulative total of more than 10 million people to the Internet at home – most for the very first time. Project Up also supports Lift Zones, safe spaces for students and families to connect to free WiFi for distance learning at more than 1,000 community centers across the country and Comcast RISE, a multi-faceted program offering grants, marketing services, and technology upgrades to small businesses owned by people of color.
The new Xfinity store, located at 4840 McKnight Road in Ross Township, will give customers more convenient access to see and experience the Xfinity suite of products, learn about Comcast Business, or interact with store staff.
“We’re pleased to welcome this new Xfinity Store to Ross Township,” said Ronald Borczyk, Township Manager. “Now, local businesses can learn more about Comcast Business internet and security services and residents throughout the North Hills can experience Xfinity services at a convenient location on McKnight Road.”
“Our newest Xfinity Store in Ross Township is an important part of our ongoing effort to improve the customer experience,” said Keystone Region Senior Vice President Toni Murphy. “Providing space for customers to learn more about our products in a more expansive, thoughtfully-designed store is what they expect from a technology leader like Comcast.
“Our employees can demonstrate the unmatched video experiences on our X1 platform; how Xfinity xFi uses the fastest internet speeds and AI-powered security to transform the home Wi-Fi experience; the Xfinity Flex streaming platform for broadband-only customers; a growing network of Xfinity Home smart home devices and services; and the advantages inherent in Xfinity Mobile.”
Comcast also operates 13 other Western Pennsylvania Xfinity stores in Indiana, Beaver Falls, Bridgeville, Fox Chapel, Greensburg, Irwin, Monroeville, North Fayette, Pittsburgh, Pleasant Hills, Upper St. Clair, Washington, and West Homestead – part of a network of 29 Xfinity Stores throughout the Keystone Region. Xfinity Stores range in size up to 4,000 square feet and are located in shopping destinations already familiar to local customers. In addition to receiving product demonstrations, customers can ask our experts about their current services or devices, learn how Xfinity apps make it easy to manage their account, sign up for all Xfinity services, pay bills at kiosks, return or acquire equipment and purchase accessories for mobile devices like cases, screen protectors and power supplies as well as smart accessories for the home. Customers can also go online to www.xfinity.com/support, click “Visit an Xfinity Store” and make an appointment.
Those interested in joining the team at one of our Xfinity Store locations can find open positions at jobs.comcast.com.