Comcast offers you several ways for you to make payments on your account. You will find that you have several options for making payments to your account freeing you up from the headache and hassle of trying to make it to the post office in time, buying stamps and writing checks. Comcast offers you everything from sending in a check the traditional way to signing up for Eco-billing.
Comcast EcoBill Payment Options
Comcas Paying Your Bill Online: When you log in to your account you can view your current and past billing histories, pay a bill one time or sign up for recurring payments You will also be able to see current and past charges, credits, amount due and new due dates. If you desire, you can sign up for Comcast electronic billing.
You will receive an email notification of when your bill is ready and you will be able to view it online. You have a couple of options here with electronic billing. You can either sign up for a completely paperless system or you can opt to still receive a paper bill. To manage this part of the billing, you will need to log in to your My Account on Comcast website and click on statement delivery.
If you would like to make an online payment, click here MyBillPay.Comcast.com.
Paying Your Bill Over the Phone: With comcast you may have the option to make your payments over the phone – 1-800-634-3422. They use Speedpay as their billing service for making phone payments. However this option is not available in every service area. If you would like to see if Speedpay is available in your service area you will need to contact Comcast.
Making Payments in Person: Comcast has several locations where you can make a payment in person at any of the service centers. You will simply need to take your bill to a location near you to make a payment. If you are interested in finding a location near you click here: www.comcast.com/Payment-Locations. You can also make cash payment at any CheckFree Payment Location. Click here for find a Check Free Payment Center: www.checkfreepay.com/Locations-Comcas.
Using Your Bank: You also have the option to set up your bill payments through your personal bank. Many banks across the US now have bill pay options freeing you up from the worry of having to mail out your payments. However, this set up may take a few weeks to take effect so you will want to make sure that you have your bill paid current. For full details about how to set up bill pay with your bank, you will need to speak with some at your bank.
Recurring Payments: If you would like to set up your payments to come out of your checking or savings account automatically each month you will need to be logged in to your account or sign up for a new online account with Comcast. You will then be able to set up your account for automatic payments. These payments will be debited each month on the due date. Depending on what type of billing statement you have sign up for will depend on how you are notified of the pending debit. Your paper statement will tell you that your account will be debited on a certain date and that “this is not a bill”. If you have signed up for paperless billing you will receive an email notification letting you know the same. To sign up for Recurring payment log in now: customer.comcast.com/Login.
Contact Comcast: You can contact Comcast customer service 24 hours a day seven days a week. You can call their toll free number at 1-800-XFINITY (1-800-934-6489) or you may also reach them online: www.comcastsupport.com/chat-entry
or onecould decide to visit their offices at:
1701 JFK Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19103