What is the Low-Income Discount for seniors or permanently disabled cable TV customers?
Comcast offers a 30% discount (or about $4) on limited, or the lowest tier of cable TV service offered. This discount is available to senior citizens (65 years or older) or those who have a permanent disability living in the city. To be eligible, a citizen must meet certain federal low income standards. Customers can subscribe to more than 1 service package but the low-income discount only applies to the limited tier of service. If you are on a special or introductory rate, you will not receive this discount until the offer has expired.

If you think you are qualified to receive a low income discount contact Media Services at 360-615-5677. You can also download the Comcast Cable Discount Form (PDF) online.

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3. What is the fee titled "Franchise Cost" on my cable TV bill?
4. What is the cost stated "Franchise Fee" on my cable TV bill?
5. What is the Low-Income Discount for seniors or permanently disabled cable TV customers?
6. Who is the cable TV provider for city residents and how can I get in touch with them?
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