Is your Cable bill too high?
If you asked yourself that question, you came to the right place. freeTVee specializes in helping people lower their Cable TV and Internet bill for good. Before founding freeTVee over ten years ago, I worked at CenturyLink for 13 years, so I will give you expert insider advice on the best way to negotiate your Comcast Xfinity or CenturyLink bill down and get TV plus Internet for less than $60 per month.
If you don’t do it right, it can be difficult and time consuming to call and negotiate your TV and Internet bill. Unfortunately, Comcast Xfinity and CenturyLink have no real internet competition, so this makes lowering your bill more of a challenge than it should be. Don’t want to deal with the frustration and guesswork? Schedule a free consultation now with a money-saving freeTVee expert.
Looking for Comcast Xfinity deals?
Don’t waste your time. There are no real Bundle TV “deals.” Remember, all of these big Telecom monopolies don’t need to offer any deals because they don’t have any real competition.
Any deals the Comcast sales rep will try to sell you are only their typical bait and switch. They tell you one thing, and then you get the bill, and it’s much higher and packed with a lot of extra fees they forgot to mention. These sales reps are under extreme pressure to sell you stuff, and if they don’t hit their sales goals, they can be fired, so anything goes.
freeTVee will always give you honest answers and recommend what is best for you because we are not a provider, so have no skin in the game.
TV and Phone has a lot of fees
Comcast Xfinity will not tell you this, but TV and Phone have an outrageous amount of extra fees. A 2019 Consumer Reports study found the average Cable bill had $450 a year in fees. Fees have exponentially increased since 2018. It’s likely well over $600 a year now!?!
In addition to these fees, Comcast provides misleading information regularly. So it’s hard for the average person to make a truly educated decision when the sales reps are always pushing you to the bundle.
Forgetting to mention all of the extra fees is only one way Comcast misleads customers. Internet speed, modem rental, and expensive Bundle BS billing are a few more examples. If you don’t believe me, the next time you have a problematic issue, call Comcast three times. I am willing to bet you get three different answers to the same problem, and they try to sell you on things you don’t need.
How to negotiate your Comcast Xfinity and CenturyLink bill lower
Make sure you reserve an hour or more for Comcast and CenturyLink hold and transfer times. Don’t forget to have access to your bill and bring your patience; you will need it.
Most areas have no real Internet competition, so take time to research finding a competing Comcast or Centurylink Internet-only option. When you call in and get past all of the voice prompts, remember a paid sales rep will try to sell you the TV bundle, home phone, cell service, and home security. Be ready to battle and stay strong; tell them you need their basic Internet only. Comcast is incredibly pushy and will try to sell you everything on the planet.
It’s also important to remember that Comcast Xfinity has lost many customers to Cord Cutting, so they have spent millions of ad dollars on their new Flex and Peacock services. They will push these services but don’t give in; it’s the same old bait and switch Comcast money grab. Learn about better alternatives and why Flex is Inflexible, and Peacock is not pretty.
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For a couple of years I’ve been wanting to get out from under the high and ever-increasing prices of cable TV. We had a triple bundling of services with Comcast for many years, but every 6-12 months the rates would go up – often a lot – and lengthy phone calls and negotiations would ensue. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND freeTVee’s services.Yelp Review – Lisa G.
Least expensive TV and Internet – Cable TV alternatives
Here is a quick summary of the least expensive way to get the same TV channels and high-speed Internet. Check out our blog on getting TV and Internet for under $60 per month for all the details.
- Get Internet Only – $30-$56 per mo. As stated above, all of the big fees and taxes are on TV and Phone, NOT internet.
- Get an attic or outdoor TV Antenna – $0 per mo. Why pay every month when you can get all of your major local network channels in better HD for free?
- Get your favorite Cable TV channels – $20-$33 per mo. Why pay more? Get the exact same Cable channels with no contract for a lot less.
***All prices above include all taxes and fees, unlike confusing Cable & Satellite prices.
Based on 23 years of the front line TV & Telecom experience, I can tell you without a doubt that there is only one solution to the big Cable bundle bill problem. If you want to avoid all the fees and not waste hours of your time on the phone with Comcast or CenturyLink every few months, then Cut The Cord. This is the only way you take control back and get true freedom and real savings forever.
Do NOT fall for the TV Bundle BS trap. All you need is inexpensive high-speed Internet for $30-$56 (includes fees and taxes). You can get local network channels free and all of your favorite cable channels for way less money with NO contracts.
freeTVee has been helping people Cut The Cord for over ten years and offers the best TV solution made easy. We also give all of our customers a detailed guide on negotiating your Internet only bill with Comcast or CenturyLink and ensuring you are saving the most money and wasting the least amount of your time. Schedule a free consultation with a freeTVee expert and save your time, money, and sanity!
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