What if we told you that a single device can instantly improve your home W-Fi and lower the cost of home internet service? It’s OK if you’re skeptical. After all, you’ve been overpaying for home internet for years and despite how expensive it is, you still see slow Wi-Fi speeds on your smartphones and PCs anytime someone else in your house decides to stream a movie or TV show on Netflix.
It’s time to check out the TP-LINK Archer CR700 AC1750 Wireless Dual Band 16×4 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem Router, a single device that will deliver home internet speeds up to 680Mbps while slashing your cable bill by $100 annually, or even more.
Log into your ISP’s website and take a look at your last cable bill. You see that charge for $8-$10 listed under something like “modem rental fee”? That’s right, your cable company charges you money each month just to use their cable modem. In other words, you’re paying between $96 and $120 a year just for the right to pay $30, $50 or even $80+ per month for home internet. Then, on top of that, your cheap wireless modem doesn’t even reach some of the rooms in your house, and it almost never works in the backyard.
It’s time to put an end to the madness.
The TP-LINK Archer CR700 AC1750 Wireless Dual Band 16×4 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem Router is currently on sale on Amazon for $159.99 with free Prime shipping. That price is good through the end of the day on Saturday, May 14.
If you have Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cablevision or Bright House, you can purchase this modem, call your ISP on the phone to help you set it up, and then return their cable modem to them. The moment you do that, you’ll stop paying the monthly modem rental fee and your bill will decrease by $96-$120 each year. On top of that, you get lightning-fast AC Wi-Fi that will reach every nook and cranny in your home.
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