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I have two accounts. One in Mi and one i Fl. I have two different logins and passwords (no problem) but when I logged in it asked me to update my email (not a comcast one) and it won't let me use my email (aol) because it's linked to another account. I also just got Xfinity mobile so I tried to change my cell # for contact but they say that too is linked to another account. Why don't they allow this for "snowbirds" who go south in the winter. Have us login in to xfinity and show both accounts and let us click on the one one we're inquiring about (similar to logging into a bank website and picking your account whether it's savings, checking, or loan). I shouldn't have to have multiple cell #s or email addresses.
Hi waggletwo. Unfortunately, we no longer have the ability to link your two accounts for one user ID. You will need to manage your separate accounts with separate user ID's/usernames.
I will pass along your feedback regarding your request for this feature.
During the week, I have had 3 different reset numbers sent to my cell phone./ Thi has happened on a few scattered occaions in the past, but never at this rate. Mught this be a hacker or perhaps someone who doesn't know what their xfinity account password is and they simply keep asking?
Are you trying to reset your password? Every code has a life of 15 minutes, i wouldn't suggest to click it multiple times we just need a little bit of patience . If you feel your account is compromised please do contact the Customer Security Assurance team and they will help you with your UID issue.
I have noticed a lot of people getting confussed and posting on the wrong version of ON DEMAND with their questions.
It gets very hard for any of us to help them out if we don't know which site they are talking about.
How about getting the titles of these services labelled to avoid this problem:
" On Demand " Linear (standard cable) version
" On Demand " Streaming video version
Hi MNtundraRET -- The On Demand header was meant for On Demand issues of any kind regardless if it's linear or online. All On Demand issues are handled by the same support team so it is ok that they all route there.
I have to admit your way of handling the problem makes the most sense. The vast majority of people having a problem may not even be aware there was more than one On Demand forum, so improving the labeling would not change things much. I won't be expecting the change I recommended any more.
The ON DEMAND linear cable has always worked fine for me since it first came out. It's one of the reasons I don't have use, or need, for a DVR. Also; many programs from 1080i network stations are still 1080i on ON DEMAND linear cable, versus only 720p when shown first time on the network's Comcast channel. It's the main reason I stick with my current level of service with Comcast in spite of not being happy with the loss of many cable channels changed from 1080i MPEG2 to 720p MPEG4.
Could someone please explain why the post numbering system has been removed? I know it's been mentioned before, but have not seen any responses.
Also, the removal of the ability to read multiple NEW posts within a board with the previous or next box. I had previously questioned this, but again have not seen any responses.
There used to be a thread at the head of this board regarding the changes and bugs and expectations, but it seems to have been ARCHIVED.
Ever since we moved two years ago, my old, inactive account from the previous address has continued to be linked to my login, in addition to the new one for our current address. How can I get this old account unlinked or deleted? Thanks in advance!
Hi diddelkiste -- I can help get your old account unlinked from your username. Please send me a PM with your name, current full service address, previous full service address, and either phone number or account number for both addresses. I will also need to know which username you're signing in with.
Click my name (ComcastZach) and click Private Message Me.
My parents switched from Comcast to Verizon FiOS about a year ago, and they're going to return to Comcast at the same address in about a week. I'm helping them out with switching back, but I'm a little confused as to how to properly handle this from the online account perspective. Here's where we stand.
The online account for the old Comcast services (Internet/TV/Voice) that they cancelled a year ago is still available to log into (I used it to log into this forum.). This time around however, they're just going to subscribe to standalone Internet service, and they already signed up for that from the typical new customer sign up page. When signing up, they provided an e-mail address that is NOT associated with their old account. I have a few questions.
1. Should they create a brand new online account for this new standalone Internet service, or should they try to associate this new service with their old online account that is currently associated with their previously cancelled services?
2. If they do need to create a brand new online account, should they do that now, or should they do that at the same time they actually activate the new service in about a week?
3. If they should create a brand new online account now, what are the proper steps for doing that? They did get an order confirmation e-mail, and there is a link to create a new XFINITY user name. I'm however not sure if that's the same thing as creating a brand new online account. When I click that link, it says I first need to confirm one of the following details associated with my account (mobile phone number, social security number, or account number). That's kind of confusing though, because if my new online account doesn't yet exist, how can I provide details associated with that account? We did attempt to continue with the mobile number option, but we than ran into a couple separate issues. When we provided a certain phone number, it rejected the service address we were then attempting to provide, even though there was nothing wrong with it. When we tried a different phone number, it accepted the same service address that it previously rejected, but we then couldn't get past the user creation window. We entered all the user data, but when attempting to save it, it just returned us back to the user creation window with no message as to what went wrong.
Quick update. I'm good to go. Apparently a brand new account was created, when we signed up for the new service, but they just never sent us the new account number. They gave me the new account number today.
I know this is ancient history now, but as a regular forum member it is going to drive me nuts until I find the truth.
When I joined the forum the green bar was by out forum name (five white bars). Right before reaching "Problem Solver" I was up to two green bar rating. After reaching "Problem Solver" I was (demoted ???) to one green bar rating. I asked this question about a year ago and no one would say how it worked.
Now! Is there anyone left who has not retired (or still in hiding), or knows any of the culprets who came up with this idea, that can explain how it was supposed to work.
I don't want to go R.I.P., or retire from the forum without ever knowing. This must have been a serious new idea from someone on this forum first introduced.
Any One ???
The green bars that no longer exist in the forum were "progress" bars. They allowed the community to know who were the active users in the forum. You would have noticed that the higher your "rank" the more your "progress bar" was filled.
We recognized that for most users they provided more confusion than providing the gamification it was meant for, so they were removed.
I hope this finally clears up your concerns.
When I access my account.. the next screen pops up to verify this number as your cell. No place to say yes or no. They have my home number listed on that How do I change it?
Hello jp52456. Please follow the step 5 under "How to Enroll in Two-Step Verification" at the following link: https://www.xfinity.com/support/articles/enroll-2-step-verification
Please let us know if you need further assistance.
Ever since I monved, I've been trying to fix this problem on and off for 5 months now. Today I went online with Comcast chat support. While at first the support rep assured me he could fix the problem today, after 20 minutes he ended up giving me a phone number for Customer Security Assurance department at 1-888-565-4329. I didn't understand what Security Assurance had to do with my problem but I called. Stymied but no options even close to what I needed, I just pressed anything to do with email at all. The rep I spoke to there seemed to understand the problem and said he would fix it. After spending another 20 minutes on this call, it was disconnected. I was hoping that the rep would continue the fix but I've checked my account and the problem is not fixed.
Synopsis: I want to add my personal email address to my Comcast account and make it my preferred address. Somewhere in an alternate account name, or a previous account or something, it already exists? I need to get rid of that and add my preferred email to my current account and login. I really don't want to spend any more time on the phone about this. Is any official Comcast help out there? Please help!
I am attempting to send a private message for a billing question. When I click on "Send Message", I'm taken to a Private Messages screen with no ability to create new or view old. I have seen in searching others having this issue and something needing to be updated on the xfinity side to enable. Can someone assist?
They don't want you to send the employees unsolicited private messages. See: http://forums.xfinity.com/t5/Customer-Service/Private-Messaging/m-p/2936834
Instead, start a new topic and you'll get a response asking for a PM.