We all know that Comcast’s prices are way too high. In fact, almost every single thing on this entire planet is over-priced. It's getting insane; Milk is over 3 bucks, gas is $4 and getting laid costs me an entire fortnight of wages (Fortnight = 2 weeks)! I'm sick of these corporations pulling these ridiculous shenanigans and, determined as I was, the other day I decided to do something about it. So, I picked up the phone, called Comcast and began to furiously scream at the innocent customer service rep because I was sick of paying these huge bills. To my own disbelief, after I hung up the phone, I walked away from that conversation with my internet bill dropped from $65 to $33 a month without even changing my service. Now, I am going to do my readers a very great favor and give you step by step instructions on how exactly to accomplish this mind boggling feat. First, I want to tell you a few things that you need to know to ease your mind. I will list them all below.
What you have to know before attempting this:
Number 1. This trick will work for all the services that Comcast offers. This will include, but is not limited to, all of their TV Packages including Digital Starter, Digital Preferred, Digital Preferred Plus and Digital Premier, all of their Internet Packages including Performance, Blast and Extreme 50, and it includes Xfinity Voice, Xfinity Triple Play Packages and Xfinity Home Security. It will work for any other services that Comcast offers that I might have missed.
Number 2. Well, actually, the number one above is all you really need to know before starting.
Now that you know all that it’s time to begin. Most people do not realize that the contract they sign with Comcast is very flexible in certain regards. You see, when you first start with Comcast (Xfinity) you begin by paying a Promo Price for whatever service you choose and the price is raised several times during different increments of time. For instance, with my internet service I started at $30 a month and after 6 months my bill went up by $15 to $20. You don’t have to be stuck with this and there are ways to get rid of these price hikes and go back to the cheap service you started with. Please go get your phone RIGHT NOW so you can get this done today, OK. Follow the steps below to drop your Comcast Xfinity bill to the original Promo Price.
Step 1. Call Comcast at 1-800-COMCAST or Xfinity at 1-800-XFINITY.
Step 2. Follow the prompts to be transferred to customer service.
Step 3. Once you get a hold of customer service and bring your account up you need to say the following words, “I would like to bring my services price back to the original promo price I started paying.” If that doesn’t work or they do not understand try altering your words a little. Try saying “I want to change my service to the same price as the promo special that I started with. I was told that requesting this will adjust my bill.”
Step 4. Every 6 months, or however long the period of time is in between price hike adjustments on your service, you must call Comcast/Xfinity and request the same thing again.
Step 5. Congratulation! Your bill should now be lower!
This should lower your bill. As I said in the instructions if the customer service rep does not understand what you’re talking about just keep asking or ask to speak to a manager. Requesting the original Promo Price you started with is something anyone can do but most people do not do because they are either too lazy or simply do not know. Take control of your money and take this advice! Hopefully this helps. If you have any questions about this post just send us a message and I can help. Please enjoy the savings. By the time you’re dead this little trick should save you thousands of dollars.
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