If you are a customer of Comcast, you must take advantage of their online bill pay feature, available at www.comcast.net bill pay. Below, we will provide you with more information about how Comcast lets you pay your bills online.
Creating a free account at Comcast
In order to pay your bills, you first need to create an account with Comcast. Creating an account is free and only takes a few minutes. You just need to enter a valid email, your Comcast account number and then let the system create an account for you. You will be asked to enter a password with which your account will be protected and it is recommended that you don’t choose something that is obvious. Use a combination of letters, numbers and special characters to ensure maximum security for your account.
Opening your account
Once you open your account, Comcast will automatically link your account number to your account and also upload bills from the last few months. The e-statement that will be generated will show account balance, due date, over dues (if any), past dues and payments and other such details. You will be able to click on a view statement button to view a breakdown of your charges, in case you are interested in the structure or breakup of your bill.
Setting up payments
Now, we come to the part where you pay off your Comcast bill online. It is possible for you to just pay off the current month’s balance, with a one-time payment and it is also possible for you set up recurring payments, in such a way that your Comcast bill is automatically debited from your bank account, every month, without you doing anything. You can set automatic payments to trigger on the date of your due date, which should be the same every month.
You must also know that automatic payments can be cancelled at any time you wish. In other words, setting up an automatic payment is not irreversible.
Understanding your bill
Your online account has another very useful feature called “Understand your bill”. This section will allow you to understand the breakup of your bill, which can sometimes be confusing if the bill is not explained. This section will also give you 1-800 numbers that you can call, if the online explanation doesn’t explain the bill properly. When you call, you can have a Comcast customer service executive explain the bill for you.
Instead of mailing in checks, use the online bill pay feature to conveniently pay off your Comcast bill, at www.comcast.net bill pay.