Comcast Corporation is a cable, broadcasting, internet and telephone service provider in the United States and a film and TV content provider. The cable division does business as Xfinity. Through its website www.comcast.com , Comcast provides its customers the convenience of shopping, subscribing to services and accessing customer support online, managing their account, viewing their payment history and amount due and paying their Comcast bill online. They can also still pay by phone using Speedpay, pay at service centers or at their bank. Customers have to log in to their account first to access the online services.
- Visit www.comcast.com click on the “Sign In” option at the top of the home page to log in to your account. Enter your username or email and your password, type in the letters displayed and click on the “Sign In” button.
- To sign up, click on the “Create a username” link at the bottom of the login section and enter your Comcast account number and the associated street address or your phone number. You can also use your social security number.Click on the “next button” and create your username and password.
Comcast online bill payment options
Easily access the payments page by selecting the “Pay Bill” option at the bottom of the www.comcast.com home page. Log in to your account and click on the “pay my bill” option to make one-time payments or set up recurring payments.
- Choose your mode of payment; checking account, debit card or credit card and specify the payment method by selecting “do it once”.
- Enter the payment amount, your bank account number, transit, and routing information for your checking account. If using your debit or credit card, enter the card information required such as the card number and security code.
- Confirm the information entered and click on the “Authorize” button.
Sign up to the Comcast PayDirect auto pay service to allow Comcast to automatically charge your bill to your debit or credit card or generate a draft from your bank account monthly. To set this up, sign in to your account and follow the steps for one-time payments only selecting the “make it a regular thing” option instead of “do it once”.