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Comcast opens store in North Huntingdon

Joe Napsha
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Comcast opened an Xfinity store in North Huntingdon.

Comcast Corp. opened an Xfinity store along Route 30 in North Huntingdon, part of an expansion that has seen the Philadelphia-based communications company open 12 stores in Western Pennsylvania.

The global media company, which provides cable television service and high-speed internet and phone service, opened the store at 8691 Route 30 this week. Xfinity also has stores on East Pittsburgh Street, Hempfield, as well as in Washington, McCandless, Upper St. Clair, North Fayette, Monroeville, Fox Chapel, East Liberty, Beaver Falls, Bridgeville and West Homestead.

Comcast said it is in the midst of a six-month expansion that will result in nine new Xfinity stores in the region.

Xfinity stores range in size up to 4,000 square feet and are located in shopping destinations familiar to customers, Comcast said. The company has three primary businesses: Comcast Cable, NBCUniversal and Sky.

Joe Napsha is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Joe at 724-836-5252, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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