Storm-Impacted Residents Can Charge Devices at Local Xfinity Stores

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Local residents who lost power after the latest nor’easter can recharge their devices at participating Xfinity Stores in New England. This is a FREE service and anyone is welcome to visit.

To find your closest participating Plug In, Power Up location, please refer to the list below and find further information about Xfinity apps designed to keep you connected when you need it the most.


  • Danbury: 15 Backus Avenue
  • Groton: 220 CT-12
  • Middletown: 814 Washington Street
  • North Haven: 300 Universal Drive North
  • Waterbury: 920 Wolcott Street
  • West Hartford: 1253 New Britain Avenue


  • Allston, MA: 1316 Commonwealth Ave
  • Brockton, MA: 200 Westgate Drive
  • Burlington, MA: 62 Second Avenue
  • Danvers, MA: 139 Endicott Street
  • Framingham, MA: 150 Worcester Road
  • Lowell, MA: 199 Plain Street
  • Mansfield, MA: 280 School Road
  • Methuen, MA: 70 Pleasant Valley Street
  • Newton, MA: 300 Needham Street
  • Raynham, MA: 600 South Street
  • Somerville, MA: 116 Beacon Street
  • Springfield, MA: 1083 Boston Road
  • Westford, MA: Cornerstone Square

New Hampshire

  • Nashua: 219 Daniel Webster Highway

South Burlington: 205 Durset Street

And, here are four Xfinity apps you can download on your smartphone or tablet to help you stay connected. You can use Xfinity WiFi hotspots, which are open and free for all non-customers and customers alike throughout the northeast through March 12, 2018:


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