How to Make a Comcast Payment
Comcast provides entertainment, information and communications products and services, including cable television, high-speed Internet and telephone service for business and residential customers. As a Comcast customer, you can choose from a variety of ways to submit payment. Comcast accepts payments online, over the phone, by mail or by visiting a Comcast payment remittance center.
Things You'll Need
- Money or other form of payment
- Comcast bill
Visit the Comcast website and click "Pay your bill" on the right side under the "Current Customers" section. Enter your username or email and password in the designated fields and click "Sign In." Choose whether you want to make your payment with a credit card or checking account. Choose the "Do it Once" option.
Enter the amount that you want to pay. For a checking account payment, enter your bank routing number and account information. If you are making a credit/debit card payment, enter your credit card number, expiration date and security code in the fields provided.
Confirm your payment information and click "Authorize" to complete the transaction. Write down the confirmation number for the payment and keep it for future reference.
Locate the Speedpay toll-free number on your billing statement and dial the number. Comcast offers customers the option to pay over phone through a service called Speedpay.
Navigate through the Interactive Voice Response system to make your payment. The system will ask you to enter account information and payment amount to complete the transaction.
Provide your Comcast account number and payment information. Wait for your confirmation number and write it down to keep for your records.
Visit the Comcast website to find a local Comcast payment center. Click "Find a Service Center" at the bottom of the page under the heading, "Billing/Support."
Enter your address and click "Find" to begin the search. Review the list of service centers and go to the preferred location.
Present your bill and payment to the service representative. Depending on the location, cash, credit cards, checks and money orders are accepted. Take your receipt and keep for your records.