How long do I have to return Comcast equipment?

How long do I have to return Comcast equipment?

14 days

Do I need to return Comcast remote?

Whether you’re returning a modem, digital adaptors, or even a remote, Comcast will charge you if you don’t return it the way they want. Unreturned equipment fees are the bane of any Comcast cord-cutter. And they would much rather charge you than have that old remote back.

Where do I return Comcast equipment?

Visit us at a Comcast Service Center or Xfinity Store Find a Comcast Service Center or Xfinity Store location near you. Drop off your equipment at any Comcast Service Center or Xfinity Store. After you return your equipment, it will be removed from your account within 2 business days.

How do I return my Comcast Flex?

Go to, and you’ll see a list of all the Xfinity equipment on your account. Select your Xfinity Flex streaming box, and then you’ll be given two return options: Print a free UPS return label, then pack it in the original shipping box (if you still have it) and ship it to us.

Can I cancel Xfinity Mobile?

There is no term agreement required when you sign up for Xfinity Mobile service. You can cancel service anytime without paying an early termination fee.

What happens if I cancel my Xfinity Mobile?

After you’ve canceled service If you have Unlimited data and cancel, your data charges for the line you are canceling will be pro-rated based on where you are in your current bill cycle. If you cancel all Xfinity services, the remaining balance on your device will be due with your final Xfinity Mobile bill.

How much does it cost to cancel Comcast phone?

$25 monthly fee per line If you’ve moved and your new address does not qualify for Xfinity Internet, Xfinity Voice, or Xfinity TV, or you cancel these services for any reason, you will see a $25/mo fee per line on future Xfinity Mobile bills.

Why Comcast is so expensive?

Since it uses mass-market advertising, and since it faces competition from a telco offering DSL or fiber to the home in many urban markets, Comcast can’t easily engage in first-degree price discrimination (where the service price would be customized based on what each individual subscriber is willing to pay).

Why did I get charged for Netflix free trial?

When you signed up for a free trial of Netflix, you were required to put in a credit or debit card for billing purposes. Since you did not cancel before the trial ended, you were charged for your first month of Netflix subscription.