Comcast customer notice: Pay nothing now or service will be canceled

Talk about a non-cents bill. A customer reports to Gizmodo Australia that Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) has threatened to disconnect service unless it receives a payment in the amount of $0.00. That's right; this bill makes no cents.

The Australian site is carrying a copy of the bill--with the name of the subscriber blacked out to protect the penniless. It describes a $0.00 amount past due and a $0.00 current balance and warns: "To avoid interruption of your service, please pay $0.00. As your account is currently delinquent, your Digital Voice, High-speed Internet and Cable services may be subject to interruption."

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