Customers Can Quickly and Easily Turn Their New Home into a Connected Home with Comcast's Movers Edge Program
According to the U.S. Census, approximately one in eight people in the United States will move over the course of the year.
Comcast, one of the nation's leading providers of entertainment, information, and communications products and services, is doing its part to help these people by announcing its Movers Edge® program. According to the Employee Relocation Council, moving ranks as the third most stressful life event. The Comcast's Movers Edge program is designed to make a customer's "digital" move stress-free; ensuring they can get their Xfinity TV, Internet and phone services up and running quickly in their new home. Designed for both new and existing customers, key components of the program include:
"With more than 68 percent of households having broadband access, today's connected consumer views having Internet, cable and phone service in a new home just as much a priority as things like electricity and hot water," said Tom Karinshak, Sr. Vice President of Customer Experience at Comcast. "Since launching these features, we're seeing more customers choosing to transfer their Xfinity service to their new home even before they make their move. By giving them the tools, resources and dedicated support to do this via the Movers Edge program, we're helping ensure they get connected in their new home quickly, and at their convenience."
Additional benefits of the Movers Edge program to further ensure relocating customers don't miss a beat include the ability to keep their Xfinity account information intact, such as their Comcast.net email address, and where possible their Xfinity Voice phone number and saved voicemail messages. More information on the Movers Edge program can be found here, or by calling the Movers Edge Hotline at 1.855.MOV.EDGE.
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Comcast Corporation (Nasdaq: CMCSA, CMCSK) (www.Comcast.com) is one of the nation's leading providers of entertainment, information and communications products and services. Comcast is principally involved in the operation of cable systems through Comcast Cable and in the development, production and distribution of entertainment, news, sports and other content for global audiences through NBCUniversal. Comcast Cable is one of the nation's largest video, high-speed Internet and phone providers to residential and business customers. Comcast is the majority owner and manager of NBCUniversal, which owns and operates entertainment and news cable networks, the NBC and Telemundo broadcast networks, local television station groups, television production operations, a major motion picture company and theme parks.