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Antiquated Comcast cable box

Discussion in 'Comcast' started by Jeanne Tassinari, Mar 16, 2017.

  1. Kahhss

    Nov 14, 2016
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    Read again what I wrote.

    It's likely that the association gets a fee based off of the number of units. It's called a bulk contract. Whether she's there or not they get that money. Thus they only get $22 additionally from her. When they look at her bill, they see a $22/month customer. Whether you like it or not, that's how they're going to look at her account when choosing whether to install new hardware.

    FYI, this caused no end to headaches for condo associations in FL around 2010. The condos were empty or abandoned but the cable companies had bulk contracts that gave them that fee based on the number of units. Since many were unoccupied, some condo associations had to raise their dues of their remaining tenants just to cover the cable bill.

    I still think her best option for resolution is via the PUC but she's elected to resolve this by canceling the service.
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  2. Neil

    Neil Moderator
    Staff Member Advocate

    Dec 27, 2014
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    If the emails to the exec are being returned as undeliverable, there is a link in the information on reporting this so we can research for new ones.


    Use the link for reporting inaccurate or out of date info so someone can try to find correct information and post it.
  3. Jeanne Tassinari

    Mar 16, 2017
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    Thank you for your input. In the scheme of things my "problem" is very minimal. I guess I have decided if I am going to give money away for services I am not receiving I might want to use it for charitable purposes.
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  4. mmb


    Jan 20, 2015
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    @Jeanne Tassinari
    You can buy a TiVo to use with your Comcast service to DVR your shows.
    eBay has many that are used. If you buy one with Lifetime service you won't even pay a monthly fee. Otherwise, it might be something like $12/month -- I'm not sure what they are charging now.
    You will also need a 'card' from Comcast which costs $10/month --- it goes in the TiVo and validates/provides the service.
    Seems like it would be about the same cost as you are paying now.
    I have had very good luck with used TiVo's in my home.

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