just got 45/mo when i planned to cancel (and still maybe). better than 60 but is the 30/mo performance really worth 2 days on phone tether + invariable install kit/activation forced upsell than subsequent requests to have it removed met w/ friction. still deciding... lol
-also Bay where ATT is a joke and no other options
No limits that I know of...if you log into your Comcast panel it says the enforcement of the 250gb limit is currently not being enforced. I pulled nearly a TB in October without issues, phone calls, or nasty letters. Not sure how much longer this will last.
Thanks op. Just ordered online. I have fios but the speed is not stable and I am paying $40/month with 5/1 Mbps. I order self installation and did not buy router neither. When will they start to charge me? What happened if do not connect the service? Am I going to be charged ?
f2000sa said: The Modem does make a big difference. Got 31/6 with Motorolla SB6141. Can only get 25/5 with my old SB5100. What's wong with 25/5? I have an ancient D-Link DCM-202 bought used and I've had it running since at least 2009. 31/6 seems a negligible difference to me. HD porn arrives 4 seconds faster? Hmm... maybe that is a valid point. But no way in hell i'm buying a new modem to squeeze an additional 5Mbps down for only a limited time before it drops down in speed. Speedboost is pointless for many high bandwidth 'activities'.
thanks op, i'm good w/ 45 monthly w/o a fight and changeover. the other $90/6 mo savings here in Cali is negligible for the head ache. i can't believe they pushed it up to 60 tho! at that pace i might as well get cable even though I haven't had cable in almost a decade!
^ yes, for new subscribers, that's the thread title for pete's sake. they've been doing this deal in various time length forms for years, no cable. Same with TWC (in various forms though TWC much easier to re-up deals with)
Not a new subscriber but I called to cancel today and they offered me $54.99 for their Blast or 50 Mbps for 12 months. Previously had $29.99 for Performance internet for six months then called and got $49.99 with Blast + TV. After that ended recently (another six months), my bill jumped to $69.99. I called a few days ago and the first rep. couldn't help me. Called again today and got $54.99. It is still not cheap but better than $69.99 since I don't use the TV anyways. They did offer me $49.99 for performance internet + TV if I wanted to keep the TV service.
I called and couldn't get a good deal. He said the only way I can get a 'internet promo' is if I'm paying full price on something else. And since I have a very limited TV station selection for 15$ (economy? or digital starter? not sure) they couldn't extend any other promo to me. 25meg was going to be like 52$. I didn't even inquire about the duration cuz I'm not going to be signing up for 75$+ for internet+tv.
Call 1-800-Comcast and choose buttons to direct to cancel services. Let them know that Uverse is offering $20.50 for the 6mbps plan for 12 months. Ask if they can beat that offer. When I did it a couple days ago, first they offered $29.99 for the 25mbps plan for 12 months. After saying I can use a lower speed, they eventually gave me $19.99 for the 3mbps plan for 12 months. I had been on that plan for 1 year.
IAmTheLittle said: Call 1-800-Comcast and choose buttons to direct to cancel services. Let them know that Uverse is offering $20.50 for the 6mbps plan for 12 months. Ask if they can beat that offer. When I did it a couple days ago, first they offered $29.99 for the 25mbps plan for 12 months. After saying I can use a lower speed, they eventually gave me $19.99 for the 3mbps plan for 12 months. I had been on that plan for 1 year. My current promo is ending this month, 3 mbps for 15 bucks. Will need something faster as 3 mbps just wasn't quite cutting it with three users on at the same time, and one was gaming. Hope they offer me what they offered you, the 25 mbps for $30/12 mo. Pretty much stuck with comcast at my location as I'm over 6,000 feet from at&t's central office which limits the dsl speed to something under 10 mbps. Will report back after I get squared away.
hakujin said: ^ yes, for new subscribers, that's the thread title for pete's sake. they've been doing this deal in various time length forms for years, no cable. Same with TWC (in various forms though TWC much easier to re-up deals with)
Understood ,but a family member who would be a new subscriber called for this deal and was told they needed to have TV or television first before adding the $29.99 Internet.
After calling a few times, my friend got $29.99 for 25Mbps for 12 months. No cable or phone service. Just the single play. Bought the Motorola DOCIS 3.0 modem at Costco and was able to activate over the phone. Service was deployed in San Francisco, CA 94116.
May i get wifi facility, free installation service, free router and/or modem as u need for full service? How much the actual bill end of the month? If any hidden policy/tricks, pls share in gist or bullet point if u think to give best customer service. Thanks Masud
RCN installed 110mbps internet plan (cable modem rental included) at my apt with free installation and $50 gift card. $49.99 for first year, $59.99 for second year, $69.99 for third year. I live in Queens, NYC
I know its rather old thread but I just tried to get 20mbps (performance) for $29.99 through online chat and got shot down (offer is up on the website but it requires other service at full price), will try cancellation method when my rate expires ($15 for 3mbps)
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