Qwest is now called Centurylink. Look at this link and see if it cost less.
Centurylink is cheaper for us (though we only have internet service) and they offer great deals to new customers who sign up. But we've seen our prices rise steadily over the years and there doesn't seem to be any effort on their part to retain existing customers, even those who pay their bill on time. I guess they figure we don't really have options here. I finally got a better price by calling and requesting they cancel our account due to costs that had more than tripled in the course of 5 years, despite us keeping the exact same service. Then they got really friendly about finding us a better deal.
You might research Centurylink and then call Comcast with the competition's numbers and see if they can work with you. In my experience, that really only works if you're actually prepared to leave though. Good luck!
We had Comcast, paying about $200 for tv and internet. I switched to Dish Network for tv, about $100 for three receivers. I do like their dvr and remotes and guide better than Comcast. We've kept Comcast internet for now but maybe I'll switch to Cibola Wireless, 50 mbps instead of 20 for something under $100/mo. Anyone using Cibola high speed???
Check out combining DirecTV with CenturyLink for TV and internet service. It is fairly priced.