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NETGEAR CM600 (24x8) DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem @ 79.99 AC $79.99

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NETGEAR CM600 (24x8) DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem @ 79.99 AC​:
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The Netgear CM600 High Speed Cable Modem provides a connection to high-speed cable Internet with speeds up to 960 Mbps. It is CableLabs certified DOCSIS 3.0 that is 24x faster than 2.0 devices. A Gigabit Ethernet port provides faster access and downloads.
  • Up to 960 Mbps download for streaming HD videos, faster downloads and high speed online gaming
  • 24 downstream & 8 upstream channels providing efficient and reliable Internet access
  • Ideal for Xfinity Blast/Extreme Internet plans
  • Works with U.S. cable Internet provider Comcast Xfinity & more (not compatible with Cable bundled voice services)
  • Fast self-activation for Xfinity customers - get connected without a service call.
  • Save money over time by owning your cable equipment and avoiding monthly rental charges
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I'm in the market for a new cable modem but I'm wondering if I should go with Docsis 3.1
Xfinity seems to be using it for their gig service
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Coupon was there all day yesterday but now gone. Frown
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I'm in the market for a new cable modem but I'm wondering if I should go with Docsis 3.1
Xfinity seems to be using it for their gig service
I'm in the same boat. I'm running an sb6141 and the comcast rep I spoke with says it's getting outdated. Anyone have recommendations on what to upgrade to?
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I'm in the market for a new cable modem but I'm wondering if I should go with Docsis 3.1
Xfinity seems to be using it for their gig service
What speeds are you subscribed to? I was looking at this, but found a "used like new" of the cm500 for $20. I subscribe to the 200mbps plan, and the cm500 will work even at the 250mbps extreme plan, so I have some overhead. Xfinity doesn't offer a plan in between the 250 and gig in my area (or anywhere?).... And as this doesn't support the gig plan, wouldn't be much benefit going with this over the tier down models. (But, other providers do have plans that range from 300+ Mbps, so I'm those cases, there is a potential benefit, just not for Xfinity as far as I know).
What I did before buying was used Comcast's modem compatibility tool that tells you what modems they support for various speeds. Most in the same class will use the same chip, so just go with the one that leaves a little headroom and you can find for the best deal. Unless you plan in going gig internet immediately, I wouldn't tie up the cash in those models. I just purchased cm500 because my current Arris modem is now end of life and no longer supported (so when I call in for any sort of support, they won't even help as they say the equipment is always the issue, go figure). (I think you can find better deals, but if you search Amazon, right now they have a "used like new" cm500 for $40). Keep in mind, prices always drop as tech ages... so don't buy an expensive piece of tech for a feature you won't use for a year or more... but the tech you need, enjoy the cash you saved, then upgrade in a year or so and by that time today's "new" tech will have depreciated and your net cost will be the same or less (especially given various opportunity costs). Anyways, hope that helps!
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I'm in the same boat. I'm running an sb6141 and the comcast rep I spoke with says it's getting outdated. Anyone have recommendations on what to upgrade to?
See my response above...I just upgraded the exact same modem, found a "used like new" cm500... More details in other reply... There are plenty of open box deals to be had, just price research all the options on Comcast's modem compatibility list. (I think you can find better deals, but if you search Amazon, right now they have a "used like new" cm500 for $40).
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See my response above...I just upgraded the exact same modem, found a "used like new" cm500... More details in other reply... There are plenty of open box deals to be had, just price research all the options on Comcast's modem compatibility list. (I think you can find better deals, but if you search Amazon, right now they have a "used like new" cm500 for $40).
Thx and repped
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See my response above...I just upgraded the exact same modem, found a "used like new" cm500... More details in other reply... There are plenty of open box deals to be had, just price research all the options on Comcast's modem compatibility list. (I think you can find better deals, but if you search Amazon, right now they have a "used like new" cm500 for $40).
Buy used like new cm500 for $40 or the brand new ones are $50 on Amazon right now.
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How does this compared to TP-Link TC7650? Both are similar in price and performance except TP-Link has a 2-year warranty.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06Y4TG...cAbQ8A6MTA
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I have this model sitting in a drawer since I updated to this and my service started offering gigabit shortly after. Obviously regret going this route only to update a few months later. The device was definitely reliable as far as cable modems go.
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I have this model sitting in a drawer since I updated to this and my service started offering gigabit shortly after. Obviously regret going this route only to update a few months later. The device was definitely reliable as far as cable modems go.
You should be able to sell it fairly easy...or if you don't want to mess with selling, just trade in to Amazon, they will give you up to $33 for it...get a bit back anyways:
https://smile.amazon.com/gp/trade...dein-aps_0
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How does this compared to TP-Link TC7650? Both are similar in price and performance except TP-Link has a 2-year warranty.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06Y4TG...cAbQ8A6MTA [amazon.com]
Both a well rated, I'd go with which ever is cheaper (if this is the speed/class modem you need...if you're not on a 300mbps plan or above, you can get away with the cm500 (or other similar modems), save money, and take no performance hit).
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You should be able to sell it fairly easy...or if you don't want to mess with selling, just trade in to Amazon, they will give you up to $33 for it...get a bit back anyways:
https://smile.amazon.com/gp/trade...dein-aps_0
I had no idea I could do that! Done
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