Comcast announced this week it is opening nine new Xfinity retail stores in suburban Atlanta in 2019, including one in Woodstock during the fourth quarter.
No specific opening date or location for the Woodstock store has been announced.
The investment will expand to 18 total stores in the Atlanta region.
“Today’s announcement underscores our continued investment toward delivering an exceptional customer experience,” said Doug Guthrie, Comcast regional senior vice president. “Our efforts also ensure that customers in less densely populated areas will have access to these enhanced retail centers, making doing business with Comcast more seamless than ever.”
Comcast said in a news release that it has re-designed its stores based on customer needs, which allows visitors to see and experience the company’s latest products and services. “The stores feature experiential displays where visitors can try all of the Comcast products, from internet, video and connected home solutions to Xfinity Mobile,” the company said in the release.
Xfinity stores vary in size, with the largest measuring up to 4,000 square feet and are located in existing shopping centers.
“In addition to receiving product demonstrations, customers can simply 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 like Bluetooth speakers, headphones or mobile phone cases,” the company said in its release.
For more information on Comcast retail stores, visit corporate.comcast.com.