Talk to your local Comcast representative. The offers they offer are even better. I`ve already wanted to go from an Internet-only customer to a cable customer. At the time, I was paying the discounted price of $30 for 12 Mbps internet. When I entered the chat, the person on the other end refused to offer me packages that were given to new customers. In fact, I was told that I would have to pay $130 a month for cable plus internet (I wanted the digital starter pack). Then the person in the chat said I should contact sales. What was even worse was the fact that the woman was even worse in sales. She didn`t care if she wanted to leave or stay, her attitude was like “Boo Hoo is crying a river for me”. She said I would also lose my Internet advertising rate and would have to pay $145 a month. At this point, I was so upset that I said I was done. She literally said, “Too bad.” When I almost wanted to call Verizon, my friend asked me to contact the local Comcast representative. This guy was much more helpful and listened to what I asked He had offers that were not advertised on the site.
He came back to me on time and in fact, even after I made a choice for the $80 package for Internet + digital starter + $10 for the HD cable box, he came back to me and told me there was another case to look into. At the time, I wasn`t interested in the triple-play package, but he said they would offer the no-contract package for a promotional price of $89 per year and $109 thereafter. I would get blast + Premier Cable + phone service with a free SMS plan. It was a breeze. I picked it up and had my ATnT SMS plan dropped, which saved me $20. On top of that, I don`t have to pay any setup fees. My college at work paid $210 for the exact package and when he learned that I was essentially getting 40% of what he paid, he literally blew a fuse! I had passed my 2-year pop-up window, so my bill had gone up to $170 for Digital Starter TV plus HBO & Stream Pix plus Blast Internet (100Mbps+). I called and was transferred to detention (“loyalty”). I said I would travel and have a caretaker, so I wanted to cancel. Instead of cancelling, I let them “persuade” me to keep a package for my caretaker. .
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