My contact is expiring in about 3 weeks and Frontier is offering a great deal in my area. I love my comcast service, but not the price tag. I currently have a triple play, but never use the home phone and really don't need it.
I am needing to get a better deal on a double play with TV and internet. They are currently offering a great deal to new customers with free Showtime, Starz and Cinemax.
Why is it that Comcast does not seem to care about keeping existing customers?
If I cannot get a better deal and soon, I will be cancelling and switching to Frontier. Can anyone help me??
Why do the comcast reps only answer some people and not everyone? I see numerous people on here that submitted posts/questions after me and have been replied to by Comcast reps already. If I am unimportant and do not even garner a reply, I guess that tells me I need to move on and switch to Frontier.
Sorry for the delayed response. I'd be more than happy to review your account to see if we have any double play offers available that would lower your rate. In order to assist you, please send me a private message verifying your first and last name, and the full account number or phone number associated with your services.
To send a private message click on my name "ComcastChe", then click send a message.
I posted on this forum last week trying to get help as my contract is coming to an end on 8-17-18. I would like to continue with Comcast, but need a better or similar price to what I have now. I do not use my home phone so I am willing to cut that.
Anyway, a comcast employee replied on my thread and said to send them a private message. I have sent two messages to this comcast employee and still no reply in over a week.
Is anyone interested in keeping me or is this your way of saying I should just switch to Frontier?
If I am unable to connect with someone in the next few days to see what you can offer to keep me, I will be setting up Frontier.
Sorry for my delay, I've replied to your private message. Please let me know if you have any other questions.