Are you using a great Wi-Fi 6 router yet? You should be! It’s a huge upgrade from the previous generations with some of the fastest speeds available through wireless connectivity ever. Amazon is giving you another opportunity to upgrade with a huge sale taking off 30% on Arris SURFboard modems and routers all with Wi-Fi 6 capabilities.
It doesn’t matter what ISP you have or what internet you use, if you’re using a modem or router provided by the company you’re subscribed to, you’re paying for that modem and router. It’s probably a monthly fee you’re not even aware of. Buying your own system means saving that money every month, so a new modem or router could pay for itself after just a little while. And it’ll most likely be much better than whatever it is you’re using now.
Arris modems and routers 30% off sale
The Arris SURFboard has long set the standard of how to do good modems and routers, and the ones on sale today are some of Arris’ best. Get a full mesh system for your home. Replace the modem your ISP is charging you for with something better.
As low as $215
The Arris SURFboard SBG8300 combines a cable modem and 4-port GIgabit Wi-Fi router in one device, and today it is on sale for just $215 in the Amazon sale. That’s a crazy low price considering it only drops to around $250 when it does go on sale, and we have never seen it go this low before.
The SBG8300 is designed for cable ISPs and won’t work with DSL or Fiber Optics. It includes 32 downstream and 8 upstreamDOCSIS channels and can handle cable plans up to 4 Gbps speeds. You’ll get four Gigabit Ethernet ports for hardwiring to your internet, but it also has dual-band Wi-Fi for great wireless speeds.
Need better Wi-Fi that can reach every corner of your house? Upgrade to the Arris SURFboard mAX Wi-Fi 6 tri-band mesh router bundle that’s down to $299.99 in today’s sale. Outside of this sale, the mesh bundle goes for $400 and has never been on sale before because it’s one of Arris’ newest devices.
Find more ways to save and upgrade in today’s big sale.
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This post was written by John Levite and was first posted to WindowsCentral
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