Cutting your payments in half can be as easy as picking up the phone to dial a number. Are you fed up with your payments increasing little by little each month? Are you tired of having to make 3 payments; one for the phone, another for the cable, and lastly another for the internet?
You might need to bundle your all three bills in order to save money!
Cable companies want to keep you as a customer and believe it or not most of them are willing to come to an agreement if you keep doing business with them. Many companies have been losing their customers and have now started evaluating what the customer’s needs are and are now taking the time to come to an agreement where both sides are comfortable. There are many methods and techniques you can use to avoid overpaying on your cable bills.
Inquire to cancel the service
This is one of the quickest ways to get your payments lowered. Most likely you will be transferred over to a representative that will do whatever it takes to keep you as a customer. They will offer deals that no other customer has been offered.
Know what you need
Don’t hesitate to call and ask your provider for promotions or specials they are offering to new clients and compare the prices, promotions and special packages. If you see a better option than the one you already have, ask the representative to switch your plan.
Lock in a lower payment
When you feel satisfied with the bill you are paying, lock in the payment rate. The representative that is on the phone with you can lock it in for up to 12 months. Once you do this you will know exactly what your monthly payments will be.
Look at other alternatives
If you are just fed up and don’t want to deal with your cable provider, look for other cable alternatives, there are many.
Keep track of your payments
Look at your bill before making a payment. Do you know what you are paying for? You might be surprised if you go down the list of each fee that you are getting billed for, all those minor fees add up.
You might have run into some luck and got on the phone with your provider and had your payment lowered, but after a few months go by you might notice your bill going up little by little. You will then need to get on the phone and talk to your provider to get the payment lowered once again and every few months after that.
Most providers will give new customers a good deal and after some time your payments start increasing. If you decide to cut the cord and change providers make sure you have done your research.