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What's the Difference Between Limited Basic and Expanded Basic Cable?

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Basic cable is a TV package that provides a select list of essential channels both locally and nationally. Some of these channels may vary based on your location.

What's the difference between Limited Basic cable and Expanded Basic cable?

The Limited Basic cable package includes many major networks as well as education, government and public-access channels. The expanded lineup includes the basic lineup in addition to other popular channels, including networks dedicated to sports, kids, music and news. Both options are cost-effective solutions that include family shows across multiple TV genres.

Limited Basic Cable

Our Limited Basic package offers you a range of basic channels. These include:
  • Local broadcast stations (ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, PBS, etc.)
  • Local government channels
  • Education channels
To upgrade your service, please visit xfinity.com.

Expanded Basic Cable

Our Expanded Basic package includes 30-50 channels.* These include:
  • Disney
  • ESPN
  • MTV
  • Fox News
*Note: Not all channels are available in all markets.

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