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Our favorite Wi-Fi router sells for around 0, which puts your total up-front cost at about 0.Your modem and router should last you at least a few years if not more, so you’ll still come out on top if you buy your own.While the TC-7620 was more expensive than the CM500 at the time we conducted our research, it’s an equally good option that comes with a better warranty.Before joining The Wirecutter, Thorin Klosowski spent almost six years at Lifehacker writing about hardware, software, and every other facet of technology.(Spectrum includes the modem-rental cost in its current Internet plans, but if you haven’t changed your plan since the Time Warner–Charter merger in 2016, you may still be paying a rental fee; give Spectrum a call to see what your current options are.) Unless you have gigabit-speed Internet, you can expect to pay around to for a modem, which means you’ll save money in less than a year.
DOCSIS 3.0 allows modems to bond multiple channels into a single data stream, giving you 38 Mbps per channel.The CM500 offers reliable operation, supports the Internet speeds available to most Americans, and has positive reviews from owners.Just as important, it’s compatible with the most major cable Internet service providers in the US—including Comcast, Spectrum (formerly Time Warner, Charter, and Bright House), Cox, Suddenlink, Cable One, and WOW—which gives you the flexibility to switch providers if you move (or if you’re lucky enough to have multiple ISPs to choose from).If you need one that does, check to see which “telephony” or e MTA modems your ISP supports, and if the company allows you to buy your own.
Telephony modems are more expensive than regular cable modems.
The TC-7620 doesn’t have a large pool of reviews, but the ones it does have are generally positive.