Comcast opens WiFi hotspots in areas hit by flooding


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Comcast is opening its WiFi hotspots to everyone in Lancaster in York Counties following flash flooding last week.

The hotspots will be available to everyone, including non-Comcast subscribers, through midnight September 7. 

If you are in a hotspot area, select the “xfinitywifi” network name in the list of available hotspots and launch a browser. Non-Comcast subscribers can log-in through the “Not an XFINITY Customer” section to get started. 

There is a two-hour limit to the free sessions. However, Comcast said non-customers can repeatedly renew those sessions when they expire.

You can find a list of Comcast WiFi hotspots here

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