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Motorola SB6121 Cable Modem $74.99 @Costco

vegasboyforu 37 September 13, 2012 at 07:18 PM in Brick & Mortar (B&M) (5) More Costco Wholesale Deals
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Motorola SB6121 SURFboard DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem $74.99 at Costco In-Store

2 year warranty included

Product Features:
  • Up to 160 Mbps downstream, up to 120 Mbps upstream
  • Front panel, easy to read operational LEDs to indicate status and simplify troubleshooting
  • IPV6 support - latest Internet communication protocol
  • Rear panel color coded for ease of installation

Good reviews on Amazon link [amazon.com]
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#3
What is the advantage of purchasing your own when cable companies already provide them?
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Quote from damn_hammer View Post :
What is the advantage of purchasing your own when cable companies already provide them?
You have to pay monthly rental fee if the cable company provides it - at least for Comcast ($7).
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Quote from damn_hammer View Post :
What is the advantage of purchasing your own when cable companies already provide them?
You also avoid installation fees.
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#6
Damn, I just ordered it this morning for 79.xx on amazon.
I dont have Costco membership anyway !
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Quote from gaandushikari View Post :
Damn, I just ordered it this morning for 79.xx on amazon.
I dont have Costco membership anyway !
You have to pay tax through Costco so you won.
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#8
Not bad, had staples price match amazon and used the staples coupon back in the day. Still had to pay tax and to coupon of course.
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Quote from kaabob View Post :
Not bad, had staples price match amazon and used the staples coupon back in the day. Still had to pay tax and to coupon of course.
I did that Amazon price match last week in-store at Staples with the $10 app coupon and 25% off after Rewards. Still not as slick as old way but still got me this modem for about $60.

This modem runs hot. I didn't order the Comcast 100 mbps speed though Frown Can't wait to test the 160 mbps max someday.
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#10
how do you hack this.
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Quote from damn_hammer View Post :
What is the advantage of purchasing your own when cable companies already provide them?
Quote from JSON View Post :
You have to pay monthly rental fee if the cable company provides it - at least for Comcast ($7).
Cox has provided me with the SB6180, and there are no additional monthly fees for it.
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You have to pay monthly rental fee if the cable company provides it - at least for Comcast ($7).
This. Charter also charges $7. So anyone planning to have service through these two providers for longer than 10 months would obviously be coming out ahead with the purchase.
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Quote from FrozenBiker View Post :
Cox has provided me with the SB6180, and there are no additional monthly fees for it.
somehow i doubt that, but if you're right good for you.
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#14
Was going to get one of these for the 30Mbps internet plan on Comcast, I ended up getting an SB 5100 off Ebay for $18. It runs at 35Mbps on speedtests so it's good enough for me. I would imagine getting one of these if you were on an internet plan >38Mbps.
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Quote from captainkirk24 View Post :
This. Charter also charges $7. So anyone planning to have service through these two providers for longer than 10 months would obviously be coming out ahead with the purchase.
http://www.charter.com/internet

That's dead wrong, free modem... very first bullet point. They changed up all the services a few months back and it has been free since, old news.

Also this modem only supports 4 bonded channels.... for a little more you can future proof yourself by investing in a modem that supports 8 bonded channels. Not a good investment at this price.
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