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Netgear CM500 16X4 Docsis 3.0 Cable Modem (Refurbished) EXPIRED

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She's $50 over new. Buddy got one and paid for it in 3 months from not renting. Called Netgeer and registered it no problem.
16x4 & 680Mbps....

Toss a cheap Lego in the cart to get free shipping over $35.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/861291307 - Now $19.99
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Works great for ~4 months.

I bought this in Aug. Also $30, refurb, in Walmart. It works with a Netgear R7450 AC2600 (in clearance in some Walmarts, bought by $50). My internet plan is Optimum 400, if I connect my pc to the router with cable directly, I can get a 400mbps download speed. I also tried to connect to the modem directly, I can also get a 400mbps download speed.
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Has anyone used this with Spectrum/Charter internet? Can you confirm its max speed? I need it to support 200mbps with Spectrum/Charter
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Has anyone used this with Spectrum/Charter internet? Can you confirm its max speed? I need it to support 200mbps with Spectrum/Charter
It should do that with no issues
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Damn, I needed the 500V since we have Voice through Xfinity.
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Damn, I needed the 500V since we have Voice through Xfinity.
I had the same dilemma in the past but decided to cut Voice from Xfinity and forwarded all calls to my cellphone. I got used to it pretty quickly.
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Dang it. Set off my Lego alert.
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How is this a deal?
How is it not?
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It supports variety of internet. Most internet types are covered. To be on the safe side, once you receive it, you should compare your old internet type nut and see if it fits the bolt of this one.

If it does fit snug but (not too tight, not too loose), your internet type is supported.
Terrible advice.

Check your internet provider requirements BEFORE ordering a modem.
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It supports variety of internet. Most internet types are covered. To be on the safe side, once you receive it, you should compare your old internet type nut and see if it fits the bolt of this one.

If it does fit snug but (not too tight, not too loose), your internet type is supported.
Wtf kind of advice is this?

Call the internet provider and give them the make and model number of this modem to confirm if it will work or not. Likely there is also a list of supported modems on the internet providers website but it may not be so obvious to find.
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Ordered in case I have to switch from AT&T fiber.
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Terrible advice.

Check your internet provider requirements BEFORE ordering a modem.
It was a sarcasm. What kind of question was that
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