Comcast providing free WiFi hotspots to non-customers during Hurricane Florence

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Comcast has announced they have opened up more than 127,000 Xfinity hotspots in areas believed to be affected by Hurricane Florence. 

The hotspots will be offered to everyone for free. The company said they’re offering the services to help people, businesses and first responders stay in touch during Hurricane Florence. 

The hotspots can be found in West Virginia, Virginia, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Maryland and Washington D.C. 

The Xfinity hotspots are available not until Monday, September 17. 

You can find a full list of hotspot locations here.

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