NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1900 (24×8) DOCSIS 3.0 WiFi Cable Modem Router Combo For XFINITY Internet & Voice (C7100V) Ideal for Xfinity Internet and Voice services

February 22, 2020 - Comment

NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1900 Wi-Fi Cable Modem Router For XFINITY Internet & Voice.

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NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1900 Wi-Fi Cable Modem Router For XFINITY Internet & Voice.

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Anonymous says:

I’m Satisfied — No Complaints As it appears Amazon is grouping reviews of similar products, I’ll note first that I’m reviewing the Netgear Nighthawk AC1900 WiFi Cable Modem with two lines of telephone support. I paid Amazon $279.99. Apparently there are other “AC1900” router models out there, and this is not one of them.I bought this to replace the WiFi cable modem for which I was paying Comcast $10 per month in rental charges. Now it looks like it’ll be 28 months before I’ll see any return on investment. That’ll be fine, assuming my new modem continues to work for the next 2+ years.Setup was easy, and once I’d established my own SSID(s) and password, I called Comcast. The nice Comcast/Xfinity lady who spoke almost-good English got internet and voice telephone working pretty easily — she had to send multiple signals to the modem but it eventually responded and has been working fine ever since.One surprise for me is that I now have TWO WiFi connections in my house…

Anonymous says:

With this modem the web doesn’t suck any more… This is a review of NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1900 WiFi Cable Modem Router with 2-Voice Lines for XFINITY (C7100V).I have Comcast Blast internet service that typically got me ~150Mbps (measured using speedtest.net). However, I still found that browsing the web (even using WIRED connections) was TEDIOUS – with each new page typically taking 2-4 seconds to fully paint – who’s got time for that?! I got to just assuming that that performance was as good as it was going to get in 2017 (“zzzzzzzzzzzz”), and when I ordered this modem, it honestly never occurred to me that it would improve the performance of my web experience on WIRED connections.Boy, was I wrong. As soon as I had this modem up-and-running, the difference was immediately clear. Web pages now pop up just like they do in the TV adverts – immediately! This will change my (so-called) life, and I already find myself delving deeper into websites because I’m not subconsciously dreading the slow painting with each new…

Anonymous says:

BLAZING fast speeds…for a price If you have the Comcast triple play with voice, stop reading right now and buy this modem. I bought this so I could save myself $10 a month for the rental fee of the antiquated Arris modem we received when we first got the triple play. I wish it would have been available sooner. We were rated for a max download speed of 75 Mbps, and a max upload speed of 10 Mbps. With the Arris I never hit anything over 32 Mbps unless it was 3:00 am then I would occasionally hit 35 Mbps. The first thing I did when I got this installed was run speed tests from various sources on my desktop, and on my cell phone. With this modem I am hitting almost 90 Mbps. on my desktop AND my cell phone. Below are some pros and cons.PROS -Ease of install – Super easy install and activation. Just unplug your Arris cable modem, and plug this one in, simple as that. Activation is a bit more involved, but still super easy. You have to log into your router using 192.168.0.1, and setup a…

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