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Billing too high

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Billing too high

My comcast bill recently increased and so I've compared offerings in my area. I already have streaming services and have learned Starry offers $38/month internet. Is there anything Comcast can do to reduce my monthly bill (Starry is not requiring contract so not going to sign a multi-year contract)?

 

If not I will be forced to consider a competitor who is offering much better pricing and similar 200MB/S download speeds.

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Re: Billing too high

I understand where you are coming from on this post.  The chart below shows the percentages on my plan.  The plan cost and service to other TV's in the house represents 74.2% of the total bill.  The remaining 25.8% (yes, you read that correctly as 25.8%!) are the monthly taxes and fees.

 

And I don't really spend a whole lot of time watching the <Edited> content.  It's primarily for the children in the house.  Unbelievable, isn't it?


Sample of plan cost

Xfinity Package      
Standard + More   129.99 61.06%
Service to additional TV     27.96 13.13%
      74.20%
Equipment & services      
TV Box and Remote   5.00 2.35%
Modem Rental   14.00 6.58%
Broadcast TV fee   11.80 5.54%
Regional Sports Fee   8.75 4.11%
Federal Universal Service Fund    1.49  0.7%
Regulatory Cost Recovery    3.42  1.61%
Franchise Fee   5.93 2.79%
Sales tax   2.89 1.36%
911 Fees   1.65 0.78%
  Charges & Fees  54.93  25.8%
    212.88 100.00%
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Re: Billing too high

Hello lalperin1. I can assist with reviewing your account and the offers available to help lower your rate. Please reach out to me via private message and include your full name and service address so I can assist you. Click my name (ComcastJoeTru) to view my profile, then click the link that says "Send a message". There you can private message me. 


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