Anyone here with Comcast? I was a new customer and got a bundle, it's about halfway through the 1-year deal... but I want to downgrade and get rid of everything but internet. How/what is the best way to do this? Or is it possible? | Utefans.Net
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Anyone here with Comcast? I was a new customer and got a bundle, it's about halfway through the 1-year deal... but I want to downgrade and get rid of everything but internet. How/what is the best way to do this? Or is it possible?

Posted By: UtesMuss1
Date: Tuesday, January 8, 2013 at 10:33 am

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o NEW: Anyone here with Comcast? I was a new customer and got a bundle, it's about halfway through the 1-year deal... but I want to downgrade and get rid of everything but internet. How/what is the best way to do this? Or is it possible?
UtesMuss1 - -- Tuesday 8 January 2013, at 10:33 am [ID# 1477148] [reply]
SeaTacUte icon NEW: It's possible, but you'll pay big to keep just the Internet. It's all part of their packaging system. As soon as you break that up, you'll pay top dollar for any single one component (Cable TV, phone or Internet). (nm)
SeaTacUte - -- Tuesday 8 January 2013, at 10:35 am [ID# 1477150] [reply]
o NEW: How much more would it be? (nm)
UtesMuss1 - -- Tuesday 8 January 2013, at 10:36 am [ID# 1477153] [reply]
SeaTacUte icon NEW: I had a friend try it a couple of months ago and I think the Internet only cost he was quoted was something like $85 a month. (nm)
SeaTacUte - -- Tuesday 8 January 2013, at 10:39 am [ID# 1477159] [reply]
o NEW: Guess that's expected, but it's better saving an extra $20/$30/month just for internet. Thx for the explanations, much appreciated! (nm)
UtesMuss1 - -- Tuesday 8 January 2013, at 10:46 am [ID# 1477166] [reply]
utebehindenemylines icon NEW: I pay $39 for internet only. It's only 3 megs I think but it works.
utebehindenemylines - -- Tuesday 8 January 2013, at 10:57 am [ID# 1477174] [reply]
o NEW: A $39/month bill would be fantastic. Yeah, I really don't need espn, PAC-12 network... considering the only tv I do watch is sports. Thanks to all that replied, it has helped a lot! (nm)
UtesMuss1 - -- Tuesday 8 January 2013, at 11:05 am [ID# 1477185] [reply]
Puget Ute icon NEW: My first choice was to go with Clearwire Internet for $40/mo (4G LTE), but it couldn't get reception at my house.
Puget Ute - -- Tuesday 8 January 2013, at 11:16 am [ID# 1477206] [reply]
Puget Ute icon NEW: I use Ooma for phone so I don't need phone. I use Comcast Xfinity for broadband. I got Basic Cable for $17/mo, but that includes a $20 credit for bundling with the internet, so they pay me $3/mo to keep cable.
Puget Ute - -- Tuesday 8 January 2013, at 10:56 am [ID# 1477172] [reply]
norm icon NEW: this is my exact setup (except Obihai instead of Ooma). still feels like a ripoff, but less of a ripoff than the alternatives.
norm - -- Tuesday 8 January 2013, at 10:59 am [ID# 1477176] [reply]
Puget Ute icon NEW: I called and asked them about it, because my bill didn't show the credit. The rep mentioned that my internet was $20 lower than it would be without the cable tv, and that the credit is no longer shown on the bill.
Puget Ute - -- Tuesday 8 January 2013, at 11:06 am [ID# 1477188] [reply]
o NEW: In my area it's Time Warner and I'm told service is very bad.
Biggest T - -- Tuesday 8 January 2013, at 11:07 am [ID# 1477191] [reply]
Big Z icon NEW: You can get the basic internet package with them for $35 a month about 10mbps
Big Z - -- Tuesday 8 January 2013, at 11:00 am [ID# 1477177] [reply]
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pangloss icon NEW: I had CC bundle - internet, phone & TV. Changed my mind to get sat TV for a few years and recently switched back to the 3 way bundle. They've been great about changes. (nm)
pangloss - -- Tuesday 8 January 2013, at 12:51 pm [ID# 1477289] [reply]
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