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Pay your phone, internet and cable TV bills from Comcast at your local Money Services, so you don’t lose touch with the people who matter or miss your favorite show.

Pay your Comcast bill with Money Services and it’ll reach them faster than a mailed payment would. If you get your TV, internet, phone or home security from Comcast, you can drop by and make your bill payment by cash, check or debit card and know your payment’s always going to arrive quickly.

Pay your Comcast bill

All you need is your Comcast bill stub showing the account number and the cash or debit card to cover your payment and fee. We’ll sort out everything else for you.

Paying your Comcast bill

Paying your bills at Money Services offers a wide range of benefits.

It saves time

  • Pay all your bills in one place
  • We’re open on evenings and weekends

It saves you money

  • No need to pay postage fees
  • View our exclusive digital coupons online

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Comcast Contact

We can help you if you have any questions around paying your bill, but you can also get in touch with Comcast customer support.

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Comcast Cable is one of America’s biggest video, high-speed internet, phone and home security providers, working with both residential and business customers under the XFINITY brand. Founded in 1963 by Ralph Roberts, Comcast brings the latest and greatest entertainment to millions of American homes.

Comcast helped to change the way viewers watched TV as one of the first companies to provide Video On Demand, which has 400 million views each month alone. Comcast’s corporate headquarters is the tallest building in Philadelphia, towering 60 stories and 1,121 feet above the city.


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This retailer is an authorized delegate of CheckFreePay Corporation, Fidelity Express, Firstech and Western Union pursuant to Chapter 151 of the Texas Finance Code, Subchapter E, Conduct of Money Transmission Business.

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