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Comcast adds 1,000 Wi-Fi hotspots to NJ

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Nearly 50,000 Wi-Fi hotspots are available across New Jersey after the most recent addition of 1,000 new hotspots in popular destination points around the state.

Comcast announced the installation of 1,000 Xfinity Wi-Fi hotspots, a service that provides wireless internet to paying customers of Comcast’s service, will fill in various regions in the state. The company already had a wireless coverage across New Jersey, but said the additional hotspots would provide more service to areas such as Tom’s River and Burlington County.

“Having the largest Wi-Fi network in the region and the nation is a major benefit to our customers, and we are pleased to continue to make these investments,” said Jima Samaha, senior vice president, in a prepared statement. Samaha oversees the region that includes New Jersey, greater Philadelphia and northern Delaware.

The expansion of Wi-Fi networks comes a few weeks after Comcast announced a $13 million investment into expanding its fiber network in the state of New Jersey.

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Arthur Augustyn

Arthur Augustyn


Arthur Augustyn grew up in Massachusetts and previously covered the video game industry in Los Angeles, city politics in Malibu, California, and local news in Bergen County before working at NJBIZ. He currently covers cannabis, government and tech.

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