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Re: is anyone using open drive?

Walter Ramage
 

Hi.  You need to contact support and inform them in writing that you wish to close your account.  They do have a phone number you can call but you will still have to put your request in writing.  Walter.

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Jim Rawls
Sent: 25 May 2020 20:23
To: jazzpiano@...
Subject: [TechTalk] is anyone using open drive?

 

Hi all, I know I cross posted, but I want an answer. Smile.

I am bringing all my old files to my new  computer. Open drive  works fine, but I want to close my account now after paying my 9.95, but I can't figure how to do it. I went to their support link, and it gives some instructions on how to do it, can you help me please? I am using jaws but, I can't figure out how to   do it. So, if someone can help, I  would appreciate your help.

I am running jaws 2020 on a windows ten computer. jim


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is anyone using open drive?

Jim Rawls
 

Hi all, I know I cross posted, but I want an answer. Smile.

I am bringing all my old files to my new  computer. Open drive  works fine, but I want to close my account now after paying my 9.95, but I can't figure how to do it. I went to their support link, and it gives some instructions on how to do it, can you help me please? I am using jaws but, I can't figure out how to   do it. So, if someone can help, I  would appreciate your help.

I am running jaws 2020 on a windows ten computer. jim


Regarding SiriusXm

Veronica Kirk
 

I would appreciate information from any of you that have an account with Sirius XM and listen online.  My e-mail account is on a windows 7 machine, but I am trying to listen to XM radio on a windows 10 computer because of great sounding speakers, so therefore I cannot click on any of the links that I receive from their e-mails.  The website does not seem very accessible at all.  I can log in with my user name and password, but after that I can make no sense from the website.  I would like to know how you go about reading the website with Jaws.  Thank you for any information and/or tips.

 

Veronica

 


The @ sign with braille touch on iDevices

Steven Johnson <saxmonger@...>
 

I have a question for those who use braille touch on the iPhone.  When brailling email addresses, how do you reliably produce an @ (at) sign and a period or dot when brailling on the iPhone screen?  I never can get an @ sign or a period without exiting braille touch and entering them conventionally.  Thanks in advance for your help.


regarding a note taker with key board

Sugar
 

Hi all

Not sure where to go to ask but I was interested in purchasing a note taker but with a keyboard.

I have a braille and speak but I’m missing the adapter and the battery is not in order, not even sure it’s still available

The thing is, it’s never really been used since I received it by accident. I should of received one with a keyboard and not braille.

Well anyways,

Any clues on which one would be a good one?

Not even sure it’s called a note taker

Thanks

sugar

 

"If we could look into each other's hearts and understand the unique challenges each of us faces, I think we would treat each other much more gently, with more love, patience, tolerance, and care."

🙏 I appreciate your friendship/support at:

https://www.gofundme.com/sugars-transplant-journey

-Sugar 😘

 

 

 

 

 

 


Re: accessible scale needed again

lance allison
 

you think it would just add it to the list instead of deleting the list in favor of the backup


what are active JAWS email lists, please?

Greg Daniel <gdaniel@...>
 

Hi everyone,

I am using Windows 10 & JAWS 2019 and am wondering if JAWS-related email lists are still active, please. Thank you in advance for any helpful suggestions.

Greg Daniel


thanks to all of you who gave me help with attaching things to an email message.

Jim Rawls
 

I really appreciate it. Jim


These critical software programs can save you money in the long run

Kerryann Ifill <ksbf@...>
 

Hi

Does anyone have any experience with any of these programmes other than the office suite?  Are they accessible?

Thanks for any feedback

6 software programs worth paying for

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With so many software options available for your computer, it can be tough to wade through the programs to decide what the needs, wants, and wastes are — especially when it comes to programs that you have to pay for.

After all, software programs can be pricey, and many software suites can start at several hundred dollars just for personal use. Other programs can be cheaper on the front end but require pricey monthly subscriptions or other costly subscription and auto-renewal price structures. Related: Don’t accidentally install junk when you download software

So, given the cost that is often attached to software programs, how can you know which ones are worth paying for? Well, there are six software programs that are worth paying for in most cases listed below. You may have to shell out some dough for these programs, but the capabilities and the features they offer make them well worth the price tag.

Microsoft Office

One software program that’s well worth the investment is the Microsoft Office suite, which is so popular that in 2016 it was used by 1.2 billion people. Part of the reason Office is so popular is that it gives you access to the so-called Office “Holy Trinity” — Powerpoint, Word, and Excel, three of the most beloved programs.

If you’re currently using any of these programs on a regular basis, you know the capabilities are invaluable and that the other free alternatives — like Google Docs, Libre, or Google Sheets, which can be good options for casual users or limited personal use — just won’t cut it.

One of the major selling points of Microsoft Office programs is that all the programs are designed to work seamlessly with one another. So if you’re using a standalone version of Word or Powerpoint, you may want to consider upgrading to the full Office Suite. It will give you access to Powerpoint, Word, Excel, Publisher, Access, OneNote, and Outlook — maximizing the capabilities of the programs you’re already using.

RELATED: Find out how Microsoft wants to fix your crappy writing

Grammarly

States are opening up in some capacity or another, but many of us are still working remotely — at least part-time — until the COVID-19 pandemic eases its grip on the world. Working from home means that we’re not having in-person meetings that were common in an office environment.

We’re communicating in different ways instead: that means more emails, more written communication, more Slack messages, and more focus on grammar and our writing skills. You want to sound smart in whatever you write and present yourself in the best light — whether it’s a letter, a report, or a social media post.

That’s where Grammarly comes in: This subscription editing program automatically checks your writing for spelling, grammar, and tone mistakes and offers suggestions for corrections or alternative ways to phrase certain things.

Don’t believe us? Well, Kim has been loving and using Grammarly for 149 weeks straight. That alone should be a hefty endorsement, as should the 6.9 million daily active users who swear by this program. If you want to put your best written-face forward, click here for more details on Grammarly.

IDrive

Are you relying on your device’s memory to back up your devices? That’s not the best plan — the original and copy should never be stored on the same computer or you risk losing both your backup and your original copy if something happens to your device.

And that’s not to mention that simply backing up a single device doesn’t cut it anymore — we’re all using multiple devices: phones, tablets, laptops, hard drives, and even family devices, all of which need to be backed up to protect your information and your devices.

So, rather than rely on subpar backup methods, you should use a trusted service like IDrive instead. IDrive allows you to securely protect data on all the devices you and your family own on one cloud account for one low price.

This tool backs up files on your devices, lets you restore your devices from the latest backups, allows you to configure the online backup and schedule it for another date or time, and also lets you back up mapped and external hard drives.

Using IDrive essentially means you’ll have peace of mind that all of your devices are covered and important information is backed up and secure — all for a few bucks a month.

RELATED: The must-have tool to keep your data safe

ExpressVPN

Are you concerned about your privacy? Well, you should be — data breaches happen all the time, and if you haven’t been the victim of a breach and exposed personal information yet, chances are you will be at some point in the future.

Wi-Fi connections aren’t infallible — especially when you’re utilizing public Wi-Fi to browse the web. Hackers and scammers are always on the prowl for insecure connections that will allow them to access your personal information and steal your money, which is why you need a virtual private network, or VPN, to help cut down on potential privacy issues.

ExpressVPN is the best VPN available, and while it will cost you a few bucks to use, it’s a small price to pay to maintain your privacy and protect your bank account. When you use ExpressVPN, it will block your IP address, keep your browsing private, and protect you from internet providers tracking your browsing history.

As a bonus, ExpressVPN will also let you unblock websites and bypass filters, which can be a handy tool when you’re using public or work Wi-Fi connections that often have concrete browsing parameters in place. ExpressVPN is something you need on your computer, laptop, tablet, and phone — as the benefits of this software are certainly worth the investment.

RoboForm

As you are well aware, it’s important to maintain strong passwords. Using a weak, easy to remember password can be convenient for your login needs, but it puts your personal information at risk and leaves you vulnerable to attacks by scammers and hackers. Once you’ve been compromised, it can be a hassle to undo the damage that’s been done — especially if you’re slow to catch the issue.

To avoid any issues with hacking and scamming, it’s important to use complex, unique passwords on all of your accounts. Luckily, you don’t have to remember that long letter-number-symbol password chain to secure your computer and accounts. You can let a password manager like RoboForm do the work for you.

RoboForm securely stores all of your passwords and logs you in with a single tap or click and allows you to AutoFill personal and billing information for long web forms. This software costs a few bucks to use, but it’s well worth the price and is available for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android.

Securing your accounts is invaluable, so it’s worth spending the money on RoboForm to protect your personal information from the vulnerabilities that weak passwords open you up to.

Identity Guard

As technology advances, so do the scams, hacks, and cyberattacks that are meant to steal your information, your identity, and your money — and it’s especially bad right now in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. In fact, the FBI has noted a steep rise in cybercrime reports since the start of the pandemic. as have the FTC and Better Business Bureau.

These threats are well documented, which has led many people to take basic measures like employing a credit monitoring service to make sure nothing suspicious pops up on their reports.

But while credit monitoring is a good start, that alone isn’t going to cut it in the battle against hacks and cyberattacks. You need to invest in a program like Identity Guard, too, which is the most powerful identity theft protection service available. And, it costs a fraction of what the other guys charge.

What makes Identity Guard worth the money? Well, it offers a slew of identity protection services, including comprehensive three-bureau credit monitoring and Social Security Number, internet, Dark Web, and black-market monitoring, too. This service also offers real-time alerts to notify you about potential threats to your information or identity so you can quickly address any potential issues that arise.

These services are well worth the few bucks a month it will cost you to purchase Identity Guard, and it’s hardly a stretch to say that the investment is worth every penny to protect your identity, financials, and credit history.



Kerryann F.. Ifill 


Re: Question: Comparing Performance of Modern 8th, 9th or 10th gen I5 vs I7 Intel Chips

Geoff Eden
 

The eye 7 and its look-alikes are main processors in the 386 family of architecture. They are nothing more nor less then a compact number cruncher the value of which can only be measured by the speed, amount, and accuracy with which they crunch these numbers. The computer only understands zeros and ones which it compacts into numbers, sounds, videos, text and analytical reports. Hence, to get high quality results quickly, one needs an effective processor. The remainder of your computers components, after all, are mere slaves to the processor.

The most intense use is the management of images for your monitor, while text files are the least. Managing audio and performing such activities as zipping, relatively intense numeric processes, are things we like done quickly.

Like many things in life, the more you pay, the more you can play. Hence, for most of us, speed for ordinary tasks is not crucial, but for some, it's everything.

Being mindful of regular updates to software, and of the increasing demands yet to come software may place on the processor, one might wish to stay as current as possible as one's computer may have to be one's companion for many years.

Geoff Eden

-----Original Message-----
From: David Goldfield
Sent: Friday, May 22, 2020 2:27 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] Question: Comparing Performance of Modern 8th, 9th or 10th gen I5 vs I7 Intel Chips

I initially posted this series of questions on the NVDA chat subgroup. I
received some helpful and interesting messages from Gene, which gave me
a lot to think about. I'd like to repost my questions on this group to
seek additional opinions, particularly from those of you who may have
some direct experience in using and comparing these chips.

I'm assisting a friend in purchasing a new computer. At the moment she
feels that she wants to stick with Dell. She wants a desktop with an SSD
and, to best future proof this machine, I'd like it to have 16 GB of
RAM. Her needs are modest: email with Outlook, document editing with
Word, Web browsing and basic Excel functions. In other words we're
talking about Office and Web browsing.

No video editing, no gaming and likely not much even with audio editing.

Considering that the machine would have 16 GB of RAM and an SSD is an
8th gen or 9th gen I5 going to give her good performance, particularly
compared with I7 processors? Gene had already told me about more
inexpensive machines which might give her similar performance, such as a
review he provided for an Acer machine. I'm personally fine with
considering other brands but my friend may or may not feel that she may
want to stick with Dell. She also wants a fairly extended warranty along
with on-site service in case of an unforeseen hardware failure.
Obviously, a slightly older I5 will cost a bit less but I don't just
want performance to be OK or barely adequate. If we go with AMD are
there things I should look for or avoid? I just don't have enough
hands-on experience using some of these more modern computers and would
like feedback from those who have.

I should also mention that she'll be using JAWS.

Many thanks.


--
David Goldfield,
Blindness Assistive Technology Specialist
JAWS Certified, 2019

WWW.DavidGoldfield.org


Exporting Outlook for transfer to another computer

Marie <magpie.mn@...>
 

I think I know the answer but just double checking.
If I export the profile from one system using Outlook365, will it put all my accounts and setting in so I can then just put that profile on a new system? What if the new system already has Outlook installed and one account set up?
Thanks
Marie
 


Re: Making Orbit Reader connect automatically via USB and NVDA

Ann Parsons
 

Hi all,

Here is what I do. First, I plug in the USB cord. Then I go to the menus in the Orbit and arrow up to mode. From there, I hit the right arrow twice. It shows up as mode hid USB or some such. Then I hit the select button.

Last, I restart NVDA. You should be good to go.

Ann P.


Original message:

Hi,

I don't know if I inadvertently deleted any reply to this message below, so I'm sending it again. Any input would be much appreciated. Thanks,


every time I connect my Orbit Reader 20 via USB to Windows 10 plus and latest NVDA version, it seems I need to go to USB HID and go to the Braille settings in NVDA to select it. before I can use it. Since the preference in settings is to save configuration on exit, what am I missing? Is there an exact sequence for connecting and turning on to make it automatic? I do have drivers for another Braille display. Do I need to get rid of it?
Thanks,

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Re: needing the phone number to contact Comcast

Sugar
 

Thanks for both info

sugar

 

"Not that I speak in respect of want: for I have learned, in whatsoever state I am, therewith to be content."

-Philippians 4:11

🙏

I appreciate your friendship/support at:

https://www.gofundme.com/sugars-transplant-journey

-Sugar 😘

 

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Dan Rathburn
Sent: Saturday, May 23, 2020 7:11 AM
To: Tech Talk List <main@TechTalk.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] needing the phone number to contact Comcast

 

    

1-800-COMCAST

 

1-800-226-2278

 

HTH,

 

Dan

 

 

 

The nice thing about science is that it's true whether you believe in it or not.

 

Sent: Saturday, May 23, 2020 9:37 AM

Subject: [TechTalk] needing the phone number to contact Comcast

 

Hi friends

I just switched over to comcast.x.finity.

And I can’t find the contact phone number.

Does anyone have it to share wth me?

Thanks

Sugar

 

"If we could look into each other's hearts and understand the unique challenges each of us faces, I think we would treat each other much more gently, with more love, patience, tolerance, and care."

🙏 I appreciate your friendship/support at:

https://www.gofundme.com/sugars-transplant-journey

-Sugar 😘

 

 

 

 

 

 


Re: needing the phone number to contact Comcast

Sugar
 

Ecellent.

Thank you so much

sugar

 

"Not that I speak in respect of want: for I have learned, in whatsoever state I am, therewith to be content."

-Philippians 4:11

🙏

I appreciate your friendship/support at:

https://www.gofundme.com/sugars-transplant-journey

-Sugar 😘

 

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of David Goldfield
Sent: Saturday, May 23, 2020 7:53 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] needing the phone number to contact Comcast

 

Hi.

First, in the interest of full disclosure I am a Comcast employee. However, the views and opinions expressed in my messages are not necessarily those of Comcast and I do not have the authority to officially represent them.

Comcast also has a separate phone number to provide support for customers with disabilities. You can reach the support center for customers with disabilities at

855 270-0379

www.xfinity.com/accessibility

If there are questions specifically relating to Comcast please post them to this list and not to me privately unless the list moderator does not wish this to be done.

David Goldfield,
Blindness Assistive Technology Specialist
JAWS Certified, 2019
 
WWW.DavidGoldfield.org

On 5/23/2020 10:10 AM, Dan Rathburn wrote:

    

1-800-COMCAST

 

1-800-226-2278

 

HTH,

 

Dan

 

 

 

The nice thing about science is that it's true whether you believe in it or not.

 

Sent: Saturday, May 23, 2020 9:37 AM

Subject: [TechTalk] needing the phone number to contact Comcast

 

Hi friends

I just switched over to comcast.x.finity.

And I can’t find the contact phone number.

Does anyone have it to share wth me?

Thanks

Sugar

 

"If we could look into each other's hearts and understand the unique challenges each of us faces, I think we would treat each other much more gently, with more love, patience, tolerance, and care."

🙏 I appreciate your friendship/support at:

https://www.gofundme.com/sugars-transplant-journey

-Sugar 😘

 

 

 

 

 

 


Making Orbit Reader connect automatically via USB and NVDA

Sharon Hooley
 

Hi,

I don't know if I inadvertently deleted any reply to this message below, so I'm sending it again.  Any input would be much appreciated.  Thanks,


 


every time I connect my Orbit Reader 20 via USB to Windows 10 plus and latest NVDA version, it seems I need to go to USB HID and go to the Braille settings in NVDA to select it. before I can use it.  Since the preference in settings is to save configuration on exit, what am I missing?  Is there an exact sequence for connecting and turning on to make it automatic?  I do have drivers for another Braille display.  Do I need to get rid of it?

Thanks,


Is it hard to communicate, even with hearing aids?  Visit
www.CochlearAmericas.com



Re: needing the phone number to contact Comcast

David Goldfield <david.goldfield@...>
 

Hi.

First, in the interest of full disclosure I am a Comcast employee. However, the views and opinions expressed in my messages are not necessarily those of Comcast and I do not have the authority to officially represent them.

Comcast also has a separate phone number to provide support for customers with disabilities. You can reach the support center for customers with disabilities at

855 270-0379

www.xfinity.com/accessibility

If there are questions specifically relating to Comcast please post them to this list and not to me privately unless the list moderator does not wish this to be done.

David Goldfield,
Blindness Assistive Technology Specialist
JAWS Certified, 2019

WWW.DavidGoldfield.org
On 5/23/2020 10:10 AM, Dan Rathburn wrote:

    
1-800-COMCAST
 
1-800-226-2278
 
HTH,
 
Dan
 
 
 
The nice thing about science is that it's true whether you believe in it or not.

Sent: Saturday, May 23, 2020 9:37 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] needing the phone number to contact Comcast

Hi friends

I just switched over to comcast.x.finity.

And I can’t find the contact phone number.

Does anyone have it to share wth me?

Thanks

Sugar

 

"If we could look into each other's hearts and understand the unique challenges each of us faces, I think we would treat each other much more gently, with more love, patience, tolerance, and care."

🙏 I appreciate your friendship/support at:

https://www.gofundme.com/sugars-transplant-journey

-Sugar 😘

 

 

 

 

 

 


Re: accessible scale needed again

Gene
 

An example of why bookmarks should be backed up so they can be restored.  Firefox has a backup and restore feature.  this won't solve your current loss but it will prevent future losses.
 
Open the library with control shift b.
Open the menus with alt.  they are different menus than in the main window.
Right arrow to Import and Backup.
Down arrow to backup and press enter.
You are in a save as dialog.  Select the location you want to save the file to.  Or type the full path and filename.  I have a folder named misc for such purposes so I type c:\misc\name of file then .json which is the extension.  If you don't type the extension, the file won't have one.
Then press enter.  You may want to include the month and year or the date in the name.  I may use something like may 2020 for example
Let the backup proceed and shortly, close the window with alt f4.  You are now back in the main window again.
To restore, open Import And backup again.
Down arrow to restore and press enter.
Press enter on choose file.  Up and down arrow if necessary to find it.
Type the path and filename, with extension, or find it as you would in a typical open dialog and press enter once you have found the file or typed the path and filename.
A dialog will appear and you answer yes.  The bookmarks will be restored and any old ones will be removed.  If they are in the backup, they will be restored.  If something isn't backed up, it will be lost.  The backup reverts book marks to their state at the time of the backup.  The feature doesn't add old to newer ones you haven't backed up.
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, May 23, 2020 12:13 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] accessible scale needed again

a couple of months ago a kitchen or postal scale that weighed in tenths of a gram instead of whole grams was mentioned. but Firefox has decided to dump my bookmarks again so if anyone remembers what it was I would appreciate it thank you


Re: Question: Comparing Performance of Modern 8th, 9th or 10th gen I5 vs I7 Intel Chips

Mary Smith
 

Gene, I'd like  to make a comment regarding the cost of Dell pc's since I got mine about six months ago. I can tell you that their prices are good. However, if someone was going to insist on getting a machine with 16 gb of ram, the price would increase a lot and in my opinion, its not worth spending the extra money.

On 2020-05-22 9:34 p.m., Gene wrote:

To clarify, I'm not saying performance would be roughly equivalent if she were a demanding user. There may be no way to get this person to change her mind if, for some reason, she Is determined to get what she wants. If she wants to spend hundreds of dollars for performance she will never use, get a sports car when a compact would do fine, that Is her decision. Performance will be fine for what she is going to use the computer for, I would expect it to be about the same.

Extended warranties are generally a waste of money for computers. If nothing goes wrong within the first few months and the computer is used a good deal during that time, the odds are that nothing will or nothing serious for years. To document what I'm saying, if you do a search for somethin like is extended warranty worth getting for computer, you will see result after result saying generally not. I saw one or two saying that it might be worth it if you anticipate placing a lptop in situations where damage is likely but in general, I didn't see one of the first six or seven results advising people to get one.

The person may, of course, spend money in any way she wants. I am trying to save her perhaps hundreds of dollars. She definitely doesn't need more than 8gb of RAM and her uses are, by today's standards, very undemanding of computer power.

I more or less discussed my thoughts before but I'm expanding them to discuss other things such as the warranty. I don't recall if you discussed memory before, but the majority of users will never use 16GB of RAM and she won't ever come anywhere nere exceeding 8 if she uses the computer as described.

My concern isn't particularly whether she gets a Del, since I don't know how their prices compare with other brands. My concern is that, whatever she gets, she for some reason has ideas of what she wants that bear no relation to what she needs and may well cost her hundreds of extra dollars.

Of course, if she is determined to get what she wants, that's up to her.

Gene
----- Original Message -----

From: David Goldfield
Sent: Friday, May 22, 2020 1:27 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] Question: Comparing Performance of Modern 8th, 9th or 10th gen I5 vs I7 Intel Chips


I initially posted this series of questions on the NVDA chat subgroup. I
received some helpful and interesting messages from Gene, which gave me
a lot to think about. I'd like to repost my questions on this group to
seek additional opinions, particularly from those of you who may have
some direct experience in using and comparing these chips.

I'm assisting a friend in purchasing a new computer. At the moment she
feels that she wants to stick with Dell. She wants a desktop with an SSD
and, to best future proof this machine, I'd like it to have 16 GB of
RAM. Her needs are modest: email with Outlook, document editing with
Word, Web browsing and basic Excel functions. In other words we're
talking about Office and Web browsing.

No video editing, no gaming and likely not much even with audio editing.

Considering that the machine would have 16 GB of RAM and an SSD is an
8th gen or 9th gen I5 going to give her good performance, particularly
compared with I7 processors? Gene had already told me about more
inexpensive machines which might give her similar performance, such as a
review he provided for an Acer machine. I'm personally fine with
considering other brands but my friend may or may not feel that she may
want to stick with Dell. She also wants a fairly extended warranty along
with on-site service in case of an unforeseen hardware failure.
Obviously, a slightly older I5 will cost a bit less but I don't just
want performance to be OK or barely adequate. If we go with AMD are
there things I should look for or avoid? I just don't have enough
hands-on experience using some of these more modern computers and would
like feedback from those who have.

I should also mention that she'll be using JAWS.

Many thanks.


Re: needing the phone number to contact Comcast

Dan Rathburn
 

    
1-800-COMCAST
 
1-800-226-2278
 
HTH,
 
Dan
 
 
 
The nice thing about science is that it's true whether you believe in it or not.

Sent: Saturday, May 23, 2020 9:37 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] needing the phone number to contact Comcast

Hi friends

I just switched over to comcast.x.finity.

And I can’t find the contact phone number.

Does anyone have it to share wth me?

Thanks

Sugar

 

"If we could look into each other's hearts and understand the unique challenges each of us faces, I think we would treat each other much more gently, with more love, patience, tolerance, and care."

🙏 I appreciate your friendship/support at:

https://www.gofundme.com/sugars-transplant-journey

-Sugar 😘

 

 

 

 

 

 


needing the phone number to contact Comcast

Sugar
 

Hi friends

I just switched over to comcast.x.finity.

And I can’t find the contact phone number.

Does anyone have it to share wth me?

Thanks

Sugar

 

"If we could look into each other's hearts and understand the unique challenges each of us faces, I think we would treat each other much more gently, with more love, patience, tolerance, and care."

🙏 I appreciate your friendship/support at:

https://www.gofundme.com/sugars-transplant-journey

-Sugar 😘

 

 

 

 

 

 

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