Pay your bills for multiple Comcast Business accounts

Updated 4/16/2019 8:16:02 PM by Comcast Expert


If you have multiple Comcast Business accounts, you may be looking for a way to consolidate your bills and submit a single check. Follow the steps below to learn how.

  1. Gather all bills for which you plan to submit payment.

  2. Remove the payment coupon at the bottom of each bill.

  3. Check the remit-to address on each of the payment coupons. If all coupons have the same address, send all coupons and check payments to that address.

    If you have payment coupons with different remit-to addresses, please send all coupons and check payments to:

    P.O. Box 37601
    Philadelphia, PA 19101-0601


  4. Place all coupons in an envelope with your check. Make sure the check amount matches the total amount on the enclosed payment coupons. If the amount you are paying is different than the amount listed on the payment coupon(s), please write the amount to be applied to each account. It is important that all payment coupons are included to avoid delays in payment processing. If you are missing any payment coupons, please submit a note with the account number(s) and the amount to be applied to each account.

    Note: Credit balances on one account cannot automatically be applied to another account. To move additional funds from one account to another, please call Business Customer Support at 1-800-391-3000.


  5. As an alternative to including a payment coupon for each account, you may also choose to send your check with a list that includes all Comcast account numbers and the amounts to be applied to each account.

    Note: Some accounts payable systems may have limitations preventing the entire Comcast account number from being printed on the check attachment. In these cases, clearly handwritten account numbers and the amounts to be applied to each account should be included on the list. Missing account-number information may lead to errors or delays in payment processing. In some cases, your payment may be returned if we do not have enough information to process it.




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