Xfinity is an American telecommunications company that provides consumer cable television, internet, telephone, and wireless services. Introduced in 1981, the service is now one of the largest providers of cable internet access in the United States.
Who Owns Xfinity?
Xfinity is currently owned by Comcast Corporation. The service was introduced in 1981 as Comcast Cable. But, in 2010, Comcast made Xfinity a separate brand for its cable services business.
Comcast – Owner of Xfinity
Comcast Corporation is an American telecommunications company with headquarters in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Xfinity, Sky Group & NBCUniversal are among its most notable products & services.
Comcast itself is owned by Brian L. Roberts. Roberts holds 1% equity and 33% voting power inside the company.
Who founded Xfinity?
Xfinity was founded by Ralph J. Roberts as Comcast Cable in 1981. The company remained a division of Comcast Corporation from its founding until 2010, when the company introduced a separate brand for its cable business.