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  1. Once you are able to talk to someone you are in Mexico, and they sure as hell don`t understand what`s being said to them or care for that matter. GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE. Just as bad going to the local office.

  2. Comcast sure enough has a monopoly and they take forever to get technicians on the phone and most of the time the technicians don’t even really know what the hell they’re talking about or they speak terrible English…. However, 90% of all the calls they recieve are from people who haven’t got the slightest clue what they are talking about and they call Comcast when the problem can be easily solved by just unplugging the cable modem from the wall and then plugging it back in.

    The only time you need to call Comcast is when the the up/down link lights aren’t on because then that’s a sign that Comcast can’t connect to the box itself and thus your problem is either a wire issue which can be checked by following the cable line from the back of the modem and tracing it as far back as possible until it leaves the house and up to the pole. If there is no break in that line in any place then the problem is over the poles and you need to just sit back and relax. It takes Comcast 2 hours to answer there phones because they you most likely calling to report a problem like an issue with your Gmail address which they don’t control and they’re bogged down by every other person doing the same thing so in order to save money they probably just put you on hold for as long as possible because chances are the issue will resolve itself within an hour of the call if it is a problem on their end or you’ll get tired and hang up so they don’t have to waste more time telling you that you’re actually looking for Google’s help and not theirs.

    I’ve had Comcast for 15 years and I can count on one hand the number of times my service has been down for more than 2 hours and it was almost never Comcast’s fault. It’s usually a disconnected eternet wire or unplugged modem but hardly ever has it been something Comcast had to come fix and I know this because of my knowledge of working with computers and setting up networks in general. Outside of storms which brought down the lines and required Comcast’s response, I have never had an issue which wasn’t resolved by restarting the modem, tracing cables, or waiting a half hour…. Comcast charges an arm and a leg because you assholes don’t know how to fucking trooubleshoot simple ass shit!

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