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Here's a list of the common fees on your Comcast bill, along with an explanation of each.
These monthly component fees are based on access line, subscriber or usage. They help defray the costs of complying with state regulations (such as telecom relay services for the visually/hearing impaired).
This fee is a percentage of interstate and international revenues. It supports a federal fund that ensures the availability of affordable communications services to low income and rural customers (as well as eligible schools, libraries and health care providers).
This monthly tax is tallied by access line, telephone number, account, or usage. It helps states and localities fund the 911 and E911 systems, along with other emergency services.
This 3% tax is imposed by the federal government.
This tax is owed to the state or local government by subscribers.
These taxes are levied on service providers; the cost is passed on to subscribers.
We collect this money on behalf of the state.
The rate for this tax varies; we collect it on behalf of the state.
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