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Wed, Nov 25, 2020 1:00 PM

New Street New Construction - Address not found by USPS

New Construction here and I would like to get my service going so that we'll be up and running when we move in in a couple weeks.  The first call went nowhere as my address didn't show up in the system.  What else can I do? I have an assigned address.  The house clearly exists.  I just want to give you all money in return for a utility.

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ComcastChe

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5 m ago

Hi @kbcoomer! Congrats on the construction of your new home. Thanks for using the Xfinity Forum to get help. Because your address isn't showing up in the system, we'll need to create a serviceability request to determine if your address is within our service area. My team can gather the necessary details to get this process started and will stick with you through this process. To get started, please send a private message with your full name, as it appears on your billing statement and your service address. To send a message, click on my name, "ComcastChe," then click send a message. 

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4 m ago

@ComcastChe Comcastche I am having the same issue and I cannot figure out how to send you a message.  Can you please help me?  We are bidding on a lot and are going to build new constructoin on it.  Both neighbors have xfnity, and I need to know costs associated with running the cable to our new home before we pull the plug and buy this property.  thank you.

 

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@yogachristyn wrote:

@ComcastChe Comcastche I am having the same issue and I cannot figure out how to send you a message.  Can you please help me?  We are bidding on a lot and are going to build new constructoin on it.  Both neighbors have xfnity, and I need to know costs associated with running the cable to our new home before we pull the plug and buy this property.  thank you.

 


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3 d ago

I am having the same issue and need help. I called Xfinity and they said they cannot install internet service to a location that does not have a physical street address? I have a storage unit that I want to put cable in on a lot within a neighborhood where the cable for our neighbors is literally on a pole on my property but because there is no street address, Xfinity says they can't give me service. I get power to the lot and they send the bill to my mailing address. I have water. But I can't get internet. Why? Who can I escalate this to?

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Hi user_354c00. We appreciate you visiting the Forum and posting in our community. It's true that in order for Comcast to submit a request for Serviceability, your location needs to have a residential address. For new construction homes, once an address is registered with the local municipality, or USPS, we can proceed to submit the request to have the new address built into our systems. Without an address, we are unable to research the possibility of offering our products and services. Please let us know if you have any other questions. We're happy to help. 

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That really makes ZERO sense. So even though the cable is in my yard and I can get the utility company to supply power and send me a bill, Xfinity hasn't progressed enough in technology to be able to provide basic service and bill another location. Sometimes you just have to laugh. I guess that helps explain why Xfinity is losing customers as you don't want the ones that do want your service. Bummer......

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Apologies for the inconvenience. We'd love to have your business and help you get connected. In order for us to help with that, we just need you to provide us with your new location address. Feel free to send your full name and the completed address via direct chat message to Xfinity Support. To do so, click on the chat icon located at the top right of this forums page.

 

Here's the detailed steps to direct message us: 
 • Click "Sign In" if necessary
 • Click the "Peer to peer chat" icon (upper right corner of this page)
 • Click the "New message" (pencil and paper) icon
 • Type "Xfinity Support" in the to line and select "Xfinity Support" from the drop-down list
 • Type your message in the text area near the bottom of the window
 • Press Enter to send your message

 

 

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