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Separate billing for residential and business at same address?

SpareTimeGizmos
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Separate billing for residential and business at same address?

I have existing Comcast residential TV (just plain old cable TV - no internet; no phone) at my home. I'm setting up a home office, and I'm thinking about getting Comcast business internet for that. I'd like the business internet service to be separate from the residential TV service to make the accounting and taxes easier. I don't really care if the wires are physically separate, but I want separate accounts and separate billing. Is that possible, or will Comcast insist on combining the services because the address is the same? Thanks,
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marcellache
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Re: Separate billing for residential and business at same address?

When I set up my business service last year, I already had residential service. 

They added the business service as a separate line and billed for it separately.  This seems to be the way it is set up automatically, so you should be fine.

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Re: Separate billing for residential and business at same address?

Hello SpareTimeGizmos and welcome, marcellache is absolutely correct ! You can have a separate residential TV service and a separate business services account. There should not be any additional wiring unless your coaxial cabling (cc) is required into your office location , which should be not problem. Both residential and business services can operate on the same cc but there will only need to be a splitter introduced for any business equipment install/interconnect. Hope this helps you out.
SpareTimeGizmos
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Re: Separate billing for residential and business at same address?

Thanks - that's what I wanted to hear!