Sometimes you come across some deals that are just too good to pass up, and this might just be one of those occasions. For one day only, Amazon has killer bargains going on four different home networking devices that will combine to not only speed up your home internet but also save you hundreds of dollars on your cable bill over the lifetime of your service. How is that possible? We’ll explain right here.
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If you follow the BGR Deals team at all, you know that there are a few purchases we advocate more than any others. A cable modem is one of the most important among them, and we always try to draw readers’ attention to them when they go on sale.
For those unaware, your cable company or fiber ISP charges you a fee of between $8 and $10 each month to rent their modem. You probably didn’t even notice the charge on your bill. But by law, they’re required to let you use your own modem. Once you buy one and set it up, you can return your rented one and save $96 – $120 each year on your bill.
Right now, Amazon has a one-day deal going that includes the NETGEAR AC1600 WiFi DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem Router. It costs just $134.99 instead of $169 on Tuesday only, and it’ll work with XFINITY from Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cox, Cablevision and more. It also includes built-in wireless AC so you won’t need a separate Wi-Fi router.
If you buy only one thing in this limited-time sale, that should be it. But beyond that, Amazon is selling the NETGEAR Powerline 1000 – Essentials Edition pack for $40.99 (normally $50) and two different Wi-Fi range extenders are on sale as well — the NETGEAR AC750 Wi-Fi Range Extender + Extra Outlet for $39.99 (normally $60) and the NETGEAR AC1200 WiFi Range Extender – Essentials Edition for $59.99 (normally $95).
All together, you’ll pick up a series of devices that will speed up your home network and since you’ll cut your cable bill by at least $100 every year, they’ll pay for themselves in no time.
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