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ARRIS Surfboard S33 DOCSIS 3.1 Multi-Gigabit Cable Modem EXPIRED

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Various Retailers have ARRIS Surfboard S33 DOCSIS 3.1 Multi-Gigabit Cable Modem on sale for $145.34. Shipping is free or select free store pickup where available, if applicable.

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Available retailers:Best Buy also has ARRIS Surfboard SB8200 DOCSIS 3.1 32x8 Cable Modem on sale for $118.94. Shipping is free or select free store pickup where available.

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  • The SURFboard S33 features a 2.5 Gbps Ethernet port plus an additional 1 Gbps Ethernet port for a 2nd network
  • Cable internet service required. Does NOT include Wi-Fi and does not support cable digital voice service.
  • DOCSIS 3.1 Cable Modem approved for cable internet speed plans up to 2.5 Gbps
  • 32 downstream x 8 upstream DOCSIS 3.0 bonded channels, 2 downstream x 2 upstream OFDM DOCSIS 3 1 channels
  • Connects to any existing Wi-Fi router for blazing-fast internet.
  • Compatible with major U.S. Cable Internet Providers including Cox, Spectrum, Xfinity & others.ice.
  • Stop renting your modem and save on monthly modem rental fees!
  • Sleek new, modern design fits nicely into home or office
  • Not compatible with ATT, Verizon, CenturyLink or other DSL or Fiber internet providers

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Cable internet service required. Does NOT include Wi-Fi and does not support cable digital voice service.

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This deal can stack with a 15% off coupon with a networking device trade in (in-store only)

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/recy...7300657381
Good price for the s33. I bought one for my home when it was last on sale for $149 during BF 2021. It has worked wonderfully without any problems. I upgraded my internet briefly to an unlimited gigabit service, and after a mildly entertaining week of downloading 120 TB of Linux isos I realized that I really didn't have any practical need for a 1 GB connection and downgraded it. I was pleasantly surprised and kind of amused to find out that I was only charged for a prorated 10 days for the gigabit service, essentially just giving myself a temporary speed boost, which is a pretty neat thing to be able to do when needed.

The s33 was a big upgrade from my 2 year old Motorola DOCSIS 3.0 modem, not just in its potential speed, but the eight channel connection significantly improved the quality of my internet service. My area often has issues with signal/line noise on connection to the local node during inclement weather. Unfortunately that often caused some of the channels to drop and forces the modem to remodulate, but this modem seems to be able to compensate much better for the interference. Even though I don't have gigabit service anymore, the improvement to the quality of the connection was well worth the purchase.
Amazon just price matched this at 145 also.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08FMSC...1ZQ&th =1

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This deal can stack with a 15% off coupon with a networking device trade in (in-store only)

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/recy...7300657381
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Good deal. Confirmed this works with Optimum in NY. Took me one short call to get them to add the modem on their end, and I've had no issues since in 5+ months.
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Amazon just price matched this at 145 also.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08FMSC...1ZQ&th =1
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This deal can stack with a 15% off coupon with a networking device trade in (in-store only)

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/recy...7300657381
Can we trade in old modem/router once the new one is setup ?
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Can we trade in old modem/router once the new one is setup ?
You have to trade in a device to get the coupon before your next purchase, which is where the coupon can then be applied.

You can use pretty much any networking device for the trade-in, a super old Wi-Fi thumb drive, a old cable modem, an old router that you found at a garage sale, a PCI networking card from the late 1990s, whatever. I used a 4-port 1 megabit networking hub that i bought at a garage sale for $0.25 👍
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This or the Motorola MB8611?
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Good price for the s33. I bought one for my home when it was last on sale for $149 during BF 2021. It has worked wonderfully without any problems. I upgraded my internet briefly to an unlimited gigabit service, and after a mildly entertaining week of downloading 120 TB of Linux isos I realized that I really didn't have any practical need for a 1 GB connection and downgraded it. I was pleasantly surprised and kind of amused to find out that I was only charged for a prorated 10 days for the gigabit service, essentially just giving myself a temporary speed boost, which is a pretty neat thing to be able to do when needed.

The s33 was a big upgrade from my 2 year old Motorola DOCSIS 3.0 modem, not just in its potential speed, but the eight channel connection significantly improved the quality of my internet service. My area often has issues with signal/line noise on connection to the local node during inclement weather. Unfortunately that often caused some of the channels to drop and forces the modem to remodulate, but this modem seems to be able to compensate much better for the interference. Even though I don't have gigabit service anymore, the improvement to the quality of the connection was well worth the purchase.
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I think I'm gonna give this a shot. Could anyone recommend a router to go with this for a 2600 sq ft single story home? My ISP is xfinity thanks.
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This or the Motorola MB8611?
https://letmegooglethat.com/?q=Ar...ola+MB8611

Imo, the S33 is better for performance. Some of the key features are that it has two ethernet output ports and has six times the on board ram as the MB8661. (The Motorola does have some perks that you might be interested in if you have a specific need.)

The s33 supports up to 2.5gbit, and the Motorola supports up a theoretical 6gbit. I don't think that's really a big factor because 5Gwireless home modems or fiber will probably be available Loooong before even 2gb Internet is offered over cable/coax. The cable companies are just too farking cheap/greedy and want to keep bleeding people dry with the infrastructure that they already have in place.
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Never any deals for those of us with phone through the cable company...
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Drop by your local Goodwill for a network item.
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Is there any way to use this while keeping VOIP phone access through the cable company?
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