Depending on the region, Comcast is offering as low as $19.99 per month for six months as a Retention promotion. YMMV since the offer is not national. Call them up to see if they can lower your bill.
Simply call 1-800-COMCAST, ask for cancellation department. When you starting talking to the CSR, don’t threaten to cancel yet. Tell them you are facing economic hardship and you can’t afford the current bill. Ask them if they have any promotion for current customers. If nothing is offer, tell them you like to schedule a cancellation 15 days from the date you call. By now, they may try to offer you something. If not, go ahead and schedule the cancellation, then call back after 30 minutes to cancel the cancellation.
Some people have better luck with their e-chat.
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Hustler’s Saving Money Tip of the Day:
One of the things I learn with car insurance is that you can always cancel your policy at any time. There is no early termination fee and you get your money back pro-rated if you pay it full in advance. Since rates are always changing, you can be sure to find a lower price from all the competitors.
It took me less than 5 minutes to find a lower rate by going through online with Netquote. After filling out online, the offers begin to pour in from at least 10 insurante companies. The major companies include Farmers, Allstate, Progressive, Nationwide, and many more. I put in the year and model of my car, along with the type of coverage I would like, and they will email you the best rates. I didn’t put my real phone number because I didn’t want to be bothered with them calling.