I'm moving and would like to transfer my Comcast service

A simple 4 step guide for solving this common Comcast problem quickly and effectively by GetHuman

Before you get started, be sure you have: Account number, Account phone number, Social security number, Address, Moving dates
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If you're moving and would like to transfer your service, call Comcast here to speak directly to a representative.
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Only account owners can make changes to a Comcast account, so make sure the account owner is the one contacting Comcast. Also, make sure you have this information available:

Account number and associated phone number
Social Security number
Move-out/Move-in dates
New Address
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There is no fee to transfer your service, but due to taxes, depending on where you move your service cost might increase or decrease slightly. Contracts and other promotions should also be easily transfered to your new account.
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Notifying Comcast in advance will ensure a seamless transition in your service. Call Xfinity today to schedule an appointment with a technician to install your equipment and set up your service at your new location.
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About this Step by Step Guide

After thousands of Comcast customers came to GetHuman in search of an answer to this problem, along with others, we decide it was high time to publish instructions. Here are just a few examples of the types of questions we were being asked or problems reported by users like you: I'm moving and would like to transfer my Comcast service; I want to discontinue my Comcast landline service; new printer (Epson **** can not set up wifi (for wireless) due to probable block problem with com...; to make payment arrangement so my service won't get shut off; I just changed my plan with Comcast i was trying to cancel my service and go to centurylink but t...; They are charging us for over usage of Data and we have unlimited data we have always had unlimit...... So we put together this guide to try to help. It has 4 step(s) to it. It takes an average of 114 minutes to get through these steps according to other users, including time spent working through each step and contacting Comcast. And we tried to include a checklist of information you'll need when you try to fix this yourself. Best of luck and please let us know if you successfully resolve your issue with this.

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