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$59.99 After Promo Code: NEFPBP35

Support Cable Cable Internet speeds up to 960 Mbps - 24 downstream & 8 upstream channels
Docsis 3. 0 up to 24x faster download speeds than DOCSIS 2. 0
Eliminate monthly cable Modem rental fees - up to $156 per year
Not compatible with: Verizon, AT&T, or CenturyLink. Not compatible with bundled voice services
Compatible with Infinity from Comcast, Spectrum, Cox, Cable one & more

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AT&T is not cable and thus does not use a cable modem.
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Good modem and no PUMA 6 latency. Don't expect it to be certified for over 500Mbps with most providers though.
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Good modem and no PUMA 6 latency. Don't expect it to be certified for over 500Mbps with most providers though.
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I have comcast 250mb package. That's enough for me for media streaming daily basic like youtube and online movies
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Thanks was debating between this and MB7621. This price settled it in favor of the CM600
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This is the most problem free modem I've ever owned. Got one of me and one for my parents.

Mature firmware (its been out a while) and 24x8 - highest number of channels you can get on a non-puma 6 docsis 3.0 modem.

Perfect for anyone on a non-docsis 3.1 tier.
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I currently have a motorola modem 16x4 for 100mbps internet service.
If I upgrade to this Netgear 24x8 modem, would I have a more stable connection?
I heard that having more upstream / downstream channels is better.
thanks in advance
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Why not AT&T compatible?
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What is that? Is it like Donkeymall and flamigosite?

I have a SB6141 that I am having all sorts of problems with due to puma. Had always thought was 20 year old router but clearlynit is modem as saw it rebooting innits own today after i rebooted to try and get it to connect.
Was looking at getting a used sb6183 for $15-$20 but or maybe i should just get this?
My nearly 20 year old linsys WRT54Gv3 is also due to be replaced but with cox i dont even get the 100mbps i pay for so the router may not be an issue. Im sure should replace too but just need working modem for now.

Think i bought SB 6141 at Costco so assume i can return it.
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Why not AT&T compatible?
Seriously?
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$59.99 After Promo Code: NEFPBP35

Support Cable Cable Internet speeds up to 960 Mbps - 24 downstream & 8 upstream channels
Docsis 3. 0 up to 24x faster download speeds than DOCSIS 2. 0
Eliminate monthly cable Modem rental fees - up to $156 per year
Not compatible with: Verizon, AT&T, or CenturyLink. Not compatible with bundled voice services
Compatible with Infinity from Comcast, Spectrum, Cox, Cable one & more

https://flash.newegg.com/Product/N82E16825124017
This or the SBG6900AC for $20 cheaper?
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great deal
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I currently have a motorola modem 16x4 for 100mbps internet service.
If I upgrade to this Netgear 24x8 modem, would I have a more stable connection?
I heard that having more upstream / downstream channels is better.
thanks in advance
Would like to know about this too.
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