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Moving is a lot of work – from finding your new home, selling your old home, cleaning out, notifying parties, and packing up, but one part of your move can be simpler than you might think. If you take advantage of disconnecting and reconnecting your cable and Internet service might be as simple as 1, 2 3.

Out With the Old, But Not Too Soon!

  • Be sure to keep service as long as you need it – don’t disconnect until moving day at the earliest, or even the day after if you can wait so you have access to phone and Wi-Fi on moving day.

Move in Using Disconnect and Reconnect Service

  • Several weeks before you move, go to and enter your new address and see what special offers are available in your new area!
  • You can usually get a terrific bundle of cable, telephone and Internet service that will meet your needs and potentially save you a bundle as well.
  • Through, you will be able to schedule an appointment for the day you want service, so you don’t have to wait days for service after you arrive in your new home.
  • Look for a package that includes broadband/Internet service, cable service, mobile online programming access (often referred to as “TV Everywhere,” which allows you to access your favorite cable programs from your phone or tablet) and local and long distance phone service, all rolled into one.  Some areas also offer home security services.
  • To get an accurate estimate of the price, have a good idea of the level of service you’re looking for – do you want HD/DVR service? If so, for how many TV sets? Do you need multiple phone lines? 

Techorate Your New Space! Protect your Services

  • A move is a good time to “techorate,” or look for new products that can help you hide all of those unsightly wires that come with multiple pieces of electronic equipment related to phone, Internet and cable service.
    • Check out new surge protectors that allow you to hide all your wires.
    • Depending on the layout of your new home, wireless technology may allow you to hide your equipment in a closet, and you can use wireless remotes – or even one wireless universal remote. 
Disconnecting and reconnecting your cable, internet and phone services is a process but it doesn't have to be a difficult one.
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