- Report: #805835
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Complaint Review: Comcast
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Comcast xfinity A Rip Off Monopoly! $188 a month for INTERNET??? Internet, Internet
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Then about two years ago I signed up for a $24.99 a month special to ad a TV package. It turned out the $24.99 package is actually $40 so my bill should have been $85 a month. And it was- for ONE month.
Then the bill steadily increased every month, even though I had only basic cable and internet and no movie channels, etc. We didn't watch any extra Pay per view or anything else. Mostly just the History Channel.
May 2011- $125
June 2011- $127
July 2011- $138
August 2011- $148
Sept 2011- $149
Oct 2011- 150
Nov 2011- 151
So by now I'm completely fed up and cancelled before I could be billed for December. I took back the equipment and everything. So guess what my bill is this month- internet only, no TV at all?
Our initial contract was fulfilled years ago so there isn't a cancellation fee.
This is SUCH a rip off! They shouldn't be able to have a complete monopoly and set the price with no competition allowed.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/06/2011 04:55 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Comcast/internet/Comcast-xfinity-A-Rip-Off-Monopoly-188-a-month-for-INTERNET-Internet-Internet-805835. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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