How To Obtain A Contract With Comcast As A Contractor

 
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Old 01-25-2012, 01:14 PM   #1
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How To Obtain A Contract With Comcast As A Contractor


I'm a certified low voltage technician. With 10 years with AT&T, 1 year with Comcast and Dish Network. In 2010, I was laid off and I then started my own business. I would like to basically know the steps I would need to take in order to obtain a steady contract with any of the 3 companies I've previously worked for. Preferably Comcast

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Call them and ask

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Call them and ask
That is a good answer....bet they even have your name on file....

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