How much do you pay for internet service at your home? $30? $50? $80? $100 or more. Well, whatever your answer was to that question, you actually got it wrong. You might think your ISP is charging you $60 a month for your home internet service, but you’re actually paying another $8 or $10 each month just to use your cable company’s modem. Well guess what: You can give it back to them and get your own modem, and you’ll never have to pay that fee again.
There’s a new version out of one of our favorite cable modems, and you really have to check it out. The TP-LINK N300 DOCSIS 3.0 (8×4) Wireless Wi-Fi Cable Modem works with Comcast, Time Warner Cable and most other popular cable-based ISPs, and it now supports download speeds up to 343Mbps and upload speeds up to 143Mbps.
Some more key details:
- Eliminate your cable modem monthly rental fee
- Item is CABLE MODEM ROUTER. Compatible with cable internet plans up to 150Mbps*
- Great for Comcast Xfinity Internet Extreme 150, TWC 100M, and Cablevision Internet Service
- Game, stream, and download at Wi-Fi speeds up to 300Mbps
- Up to 343Mbps download and 143Mbps upload speeds (based on cable provider’s service)
- Four Gigabit Ethernet ports for lightning-fast wired connections
- Channel bonding of up to 8 downstream and 4 upstream channels
- Industry-leading 2-year warranty and unlimited 24/7 technical support
The TP-LINK N300 DOCSIS 3.0 (8×4) Wireless Wi-Fi Cable Modem also has a built-in Wi-Fi N router, so you won’t need to buy a separate device to beam wireless internet all across your home. Right now, it’s just $79.99 on Amazon, which is $10 off the standard selling price.
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