ARRIS Surfboard (16×4) Docsis 3.0 Cable Modem Plus AC1600 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router, Certified for Xfinity, Spectrum, Cox & More (SBG10)

February 22, 2020 - Comment

The SURFboard SBG10 is a DOCSIS 3. 0 16×4 cable modem, Wave 2 AC1600 Dual Band Concurrent Wi-Fi Access Point and 2-Port Gigabit Ethernet Router, all wrapped up in one device.

Buy Now! $111.99Amazon.com Price
(as of April 19, 2020 9:01 am GMT+0000 - Details)

The SURFboard SBG10 is a DOCSIS 3. 0 16×4 cable modem, Wave 2 AC1600 Dual Band Concurrent Wi-Fi Access Point and 2-Port Gigabit Ethernet Router, all wrapped up in one device.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Purchased due to Comcast price increase Purchased the Arris SBG10 due to Comcast internet service price increase along with their modem lease increase. I selected the Arris SBG10 because the modem from Comcast was Arris and it worked for 1 year flawlessly. I also got a good price on the SBG10 and the ratio of 1 star to 5 star reviews was good.The install required me to register on-line via my mobile phone or call Comcast to activate the modem, it did not just come up so I could gain internet access. Once I did register and get on-line I tried several speed test sites. The SBG10 did not show any difference in latency or download/upload speeds that what the Comcast modem did. I have periodically checked different times and days, so far it is working perfectly.I have had the unit for just a week so we will see how long it lasts, but so far it has been great.AS AN ADDED NOTE: I have noticed a number of negative reviews that were for different models of Arris products than what I reviewed. Those…

Anonymous says:

It works with Xfinity & faster & USES A FRACTION of “data usage” (now 3 months) I called Comcast to double-check this modem and model will work with Comcast. “Yes”. Only concern is it new? They can’t take a previous customer off that internet acct to activate modem without that user calling in and going through closing process. Buy New Only! Within 10 minutes it was going. Took rented modem into Comcast the next morning. They said call in (or Chat) to have the modem activated with specifics on the account. Did that through chat. It took 5 minutes and now on Xfinity acct can see the exact modem and you can do things with it through Xfinity.com.

Write a comment

*