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Netgear CM1100 DOCSIS 3.1 Cable Modem $119.99 at Costco.com [10/28 - 11/21]

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Netgear Nighthawk CM1100 DOCSIS 3.1 Cable Modem [costco.com]
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Your Price: $119.99 Valid OCTOBER 28 - NOVEMBER 21
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Features:
  • Works with Xfinity, Cox, and Spectrum
  • Meets DOCSIS 3.1 specs. and backward compatible with DOCSIS 3.0
  • 2 Gigabit Ethernet ports with link aggregation support
  • Support all cable internet speed tiers up to 2Gps (separate router required for WiFi)
  • This product is not compatible with cable bundled voice services
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Is this a good price or should I wait for a better deal ?
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Is this a good price or should I wait for a better deal ?
It has been this price a couple times before, but never lower that I know of.
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I'd be curious to know why people prefer separate cable modem and WiFi devices in a home network.
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I'd be curious to know why people prefer separate cable modem and WiFi devices in a home network.
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I'd be curious to know why people prefer separate cable modem and WiFi devices in a home network.
You usually get more options and a better router when you buy a standalone one. Also, how ofter will the modem/router continue to get firmware updates?
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Showing $149 for me. WA State
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$149.99 for me in MA. Are there any coupons for this?
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$149.99 for me in MA. Are there any coupons for this?
Starts on 10/28.
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It's been this price before at Costco where I got mine. I got my xfinity 1 Gig internet back in the spring and bought this same modem. Works like it should and I get 900+ mbps down on average. The upload speed sucks though since xfinity only gives you 35ish.
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I'd be curious to know why people prefer separate cable modem and WiFi devices in a home network.
I have a cable modem that I can upgrade as needed and several wireless access points hardwired in my house that can also be upgraded as needed.
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I'd be curious to know why people prefer separate cable modem and WiFi devices in a home network.
https://www.routersecurity.org/ISProuters.php
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How well does this work with Google Wifi
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I have a cable modem that I can upgrade as needed and several wireless access points hardwired in my house that can also be upgraded as needed.
I have never seen a cable modem that can be upgraded. What is the make and model?
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Doctoral thesis level answer to the question. Why separate router and modem?Applause
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