Support Billing Make a One-Time Payment Online


Forgot to mail the check? Waiting for automatic monthly payments to take effect? Simply make a one-time payment online by logging in to My Account.

Make a One-Time Payment Using Your Computer

You can pay your Comcast bill online with your credit card or checking or savings account.

When setting up a one-time payment, keep in mind that credit card payments and checking account deductions can take up to two days to process and post to your account. Also note that if you want to get ahead of your bill, you can always pay more than the amount due. Any extra you pay will go towards your next bill.

To set up a one-time payment online:

  1. Sign in to My Account.
  2. Click the Pay early button or click the Pay now link at the top of the page.
    Pay now button
  3. Choose to Pay total balance due, Pay past due balance, or Pay in advance. Then click the Continue button.
    Pay Your Bill window displays amount due and payment options. Continue button at lower right.
  4. Choose to have your payment deducted from your bank account or pay with your credit or debit card and enter your billing information. Then click the Continue button.
    Pay your bill screen has fields to enter credit card, debit card, or bank account information and billing address. Continue button at lower right.

    Note: You will also be asked for the three-digit Card Verification Value (CVV) that appears on the back of your credit card. (The CVV on American Express-branded cards is four digits and appears on the front.)
  5. Review your payment and click the Confirm button to process it.
    Review your payment screen. The amount of money to be charged is to left of the screen and credit card details are to the right. Confirm button in bottom right corner.
  6. You will receive a confirmation that your payment has been submitted. You can print the confirmation or click the I’m done button.
    Confirmation screen reads: "Thank you! Your payment has been submitted." Payment source and amount are displayed as well as a message noting how long the payment will take to process.

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