Share Special Moments Live From Your Phone Via XFINITY TV

When I was little my grandparents flew from Florida to Washington DC to be there for my first swim lesson. Grandpa was a pilot, and that was the kind of thing they did to make sure they were part of all of the little moments. Because that’s what life is all about — not missing the moments. 

Although nothing beats being there in person, today’s technology makes it possible to see and hear those moments as they happen from anywhere in the world. With new XFINITY┬« technology from Comcast you can stream images and video live from your phone back to family and friends.

So when my daughter has her own swim lessons, her grandparents can watch from the comfort of their living room hearing and seeing every splashy kick – live. Man, my grandpa would have thought that was neat.

Swim Lessons

XFINITY TV X1 Entertainment Operating System

With XFINITY TV X1 Entertainment Operating System┬« you can share your life with family and friends on a bigger screen as it happens. And thanks to cloud storage, you can relive those moments over and over anytime you want on your TV via the downloadable app in your mobile device. 

This feature from XFINITY TV is brand new, so it might not be available in your area just yet. But Comcast customers should keep an eye out for this new technology that lets you share all of those special moments live, as they happen with family and friends who can’t be there. 

What memories would you share with your family and friends using the Xfinity TV technology? Swim lessons? Birthday parties? Learning to ride a bike? Dance recitals? The possibilities are limitless.

Learning to Swim

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Official Rules

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of XFINITY. The opinions and text are all mine. Restrictions apply. Limited to X1 customers receiving and sending content with a DVR-compatible set-top box and XFINITY Voice service.