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Wireless Routers/Modems, TWC and Me,
We have AT&T and they give you a modem router combination that is dogshit. Lately it's been dropping our connection regularly, but it seems to just be the wifi, because our hardwired computers aren't seeing constant interruptions.
I can shut down the wireless in our combo device and use my own router, but I can't
replace the modem. So, now I'm looking to switch. They are currently offering their 300mbps (lowest speed is 270) for $64 for 12 months ($74 after that). We pay 60 for internet where the lowest acceptable speed is 21
The quickness of the connection would be nice, since we do game, however the stability of the signal is by far the most important, as I've been having trouble with dropping out of meetings. I'm still looking to buy my own router/modem and avoid renting. Engadget recommends a bunch of TP-Link models, but none of them are the ones on their compatibility list:
Has anyone gone with TWC and bought one of their compatible devices? I'm trying to figure out what is going to be the most cost effective for us, between switching, trying to fix my att, and renting. I feel like getting a router that is going to be at least compatible with comcast as well if we move is the smartest choice?