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TP-Link AC1900 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router (Archer C1900) $65 AC @Newegg

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Pretty good deal....
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I'm looking to go FiOS Internet only, would this be a good choice? 1500 sq ft house with 10 devices running simultaneously. Thank you.
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I'm looking to go FiOS Internet only, would this be a good choice? 1500 sq ft house with 10 devices running simultaneously. Thank you.
I have this router in a 2600 sq. ft house and it works throughout the house and in limited range outside the house. I have at least 15 devices running on it continuously, wired and wireless, not counting cell phones and laptops which can easily put that count over 20+. Have had no issues with it outside of maybe having to reset it after a power outage. I'm thinking of taking back the one I gave my parents (they are now using Google Wifi Mesh) to use as an access point to get more range outside.
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I'm looking to go FiOS Internet only, would this be a good choice? 1500 sq ft house with 10 devices running simultaneously. Thank you.
What type of walls and floors do you have?
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I'm looking to go FiOS Internet only, would this be a good choice? 1500 sq ft house with 10 devices running simultaneously. Thank you.
I have FIOS and this router for a 2500 sq ft house with 3 floors. I put it at the center of the home and the signal is solid wherever I go in the house. There's a park across the street from me about 200-300 ft away, and even there I get a wifi signal that is slow but still connects. I have more than 15 different devices connected to the router at any one time.
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Thanks I just grabbed one. Have been needing a router, and this should fit the bill without breaking the bank.
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I'm looking to go FiOS Internet only, would this be a good choice? 1500 sq ft house with 10 devices running simultaneously. Thank you.

Get the archer C2600 from Newegg it's better than this router.

https://slickdeals.net/?sdtrk=iphone&apikey=de9314e9e00f80401a7012322d1f4f448d592359&api_key_id=18931996&sdpid=115230319&sdtid=11569195&sdfid=9&lno=1&trd=https%20www%20newegg%20com%20Product%20Pr%20&pv=&au=&u2=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.newegg.com%2FProduct%2FProduct.aspx%3FItem%3D0E6-002W-00137
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That may be a better router but it is also a refurb. Not trying to dissuade but not really a true cost comparison.
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You may also want to check Wal-Mart for the TP Link A2300 for $65 as its my understanding that TP Link no longer supports the AC1900

https://brickseek.com/deal/TP-Lin...i-Fi/92432
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I'd love to buy this one or the other one but Charter has to prove that they can actually get the cable ran to my house. The dispatch computer keeps telling me it is scheduled but then no one shows up. Dispatching says they are waiting for construction to run the line. Sales says it is good to go. Please keep posting router deals as you find them. I'll jump on the first one as soon as the Charter crew shows up!
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You may also want to check Wal-Mart for the TP Link A2300 for $65 as its my understanding that TP Link no longer supports the AC1900

https://brickseek.com/deal/TP-Lin...i-Fi/92432
This is the best deal nice find!
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This is refurbished
Is that a bad thing?
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