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*New Customers* Comcast Business Class Internet 50/10 $88.95/Month

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Comcast Business is running a promotion for their Business Class Internet of 50/10 for $88.95 per month. It's YMMV as some regions may or may not have this promotion available. This is your chance to lock this price in before Comcast puts caps back on the residential plans.

2 year contract required, new customers only.

http://business.comcast.com/landi...uxe50-8895
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Created 04-10-2013 at 12:48 PM by Hilbe
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Comcast Business is running a promotion for their Business Class Internet of 50/10 for $88.95 per month. It's YMMV as some regions may or may not have this promotion available. This is your chance to lock this price in before Comcast puts caps back on the residential plans.

2 year contract required, new customers only.

http://business.comcast.com/landi...uxe50-8895
Much lower than the standard 199/mo
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Great deal. I'm paying $100 for 27/7. I would love to get the upgrade in speed, but I'm sure it would be pointless to try for existing customers.
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That what I get as regular customer for 40 and includes cable tv
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this is for businesses.. you cant set up 50/10 for the low rate you get at your residential bc they charge mroe for busienss.
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That what I get as regular customer for 40 and includes cable tv
You sure you get 50/10? More than likely you'll get 50/3 but upload is really hit or miss on residential

*I'm talking all the time too, not like 3am when you test it with SpeedTest, I want 10 up during 8pm prime time.
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Quote from tritron4 View Post :
That what I get as regular customer for 40 and includes cable tv
Quote from mrwhitethc View Post :
You sure you get 50/10? More than likely you'll get 50/3 but upload is really hit or miss on residential

*I'm talking all the time too, not like 3am when you test it with SpeedTest, I want 10 up during 8pm prime time.
Where are you guys getting 50/10 (or even 50/3) + cable for $40? I must be missing something.
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I hate Comcast. I can't even tell you how glad I was when FIOS moved in to my area and took all their customers. For this price I get higher tier digital cable and 50/25 internet on FIOS. Comcast blows.
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"Equipment required ($9.95/month)."

Does this mean you can't bring your own Docsis 3 modem? That you have to rent from them?
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I actually just did this a couple of weeks ago. I have been wanting a static IP address for a while now and this is what I needed.
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I'm an existing Comcast Biz service customer in SF Bay area at 27/7. Tried to get the promotion, sales guy claimed it was for Northeast customers only. Too bad, $109/month for current 27/7 biz is high...
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I have Comcazt biz @ home and been wondering about this since my contract is up for renewal.

You can buy your own modem but it has to be on their approved list and you can't use static ip's.

If you need static IP, you will have to use their own modem which they charge for $7-9 depending on the market.

For the entire 2 years I had the connection, no slow downs, I get emails and call when it's down for whatever reason and never needed troubleshooting.

I needed almost guaranteed internet uptime coupled with no caps since I cut my DirecTV and rely on internet solely for everything else.
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I have Comcazt biz @ home and been wondering about this since my contract is up for renewal.

You can buy your own modem but it has to be on their approved list and you can't use static ip's.

If you need static IP, you will have to use their own modem which they charge for $7-9 depending on the market.

For the entire 2 years I had the connection, no slow downs, I get emails and call when it's down for whatever reason and never needed troubleshooting.

I needed almost guaranteed internet uptime coupled with no caps since I cut my DirecTV and rely on internet solely for everything else.
Thank you for the info. I definitely need to get no caps because I'm using close to a TB a month now and I can only see this going up lol. I have the Motorola 6120 so it should be supported by them. No need for static IP so I look to be golden, thanks again Smilie
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Quote from ToHellWithUGA View Post :
Great deal. I'm paying $100 for 27/7. I would love to get the upgrade in speed, but I'm sure it would be pointless to try for existing customers.
Are you out of contract?

Tell them you want a 2nd line at this deal to aggregate bandwidth.

Once it's installed, cancel the out of contract account.

I've had clients do this in my area. Or I get them to sign up for 2 lines in order to get more install dollars. The outside reps are generally receptive to playing this game because they get paid on new account production. There's nothing going against them if it kills an old line or takes extra money out of the pile of money earmarked for build-outs.
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If you don't want to or can't go with their business for one reason or another, they have a special for new customers running on double play currently. Pulled up this deal for 30265 area code (about 20 minutes south of Atlanta), not sure what other areas it applies to (49.99 a month for the first 6 months for 50/10 internet and basic cable):

http://imgur.com/vXUl8Sh

I just had it setup a couple days ago, getting around 55Mbps down (tested at 6 and 8pm EST) and 10Mbps up.
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