(Update 10/30 1:15pm): Altatac via Rakuten offers the D-Link 802.11ac app-enabled wireless router for $49.99 shipped.
Today, we’ve got a complete home wireless setup for you to eliminate your slow speeds and modem rental fees. With more devices in our homes requiring wireless connectivity, from our thermostats to our TVs, it is important to have a quality setup to ensure your devices are not bogged down by slow speeds.
First, Amazon offers the D-Link DCM-301 DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem for $59.99 shipped. This represents a savings of $20 off the regular list price and the lowest that we can currently find it. This Amazon best seller is rated 4.4/5 stars by 49 customers. The DCM-301 is rated for speeds up to 343Mbps, is IPv6 ready and is compatible with major US internet services providers such as Comcast and Time Warner. This is an excellent opportunity to save on your monthly modem rental fees, at this discounted price you’ll make back the difference in half a year if you are a Comcast customer. Learn more about DOCSIS 3.0 here.
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Next up, Amazon has the D-Link 802.11AC smartbeam wireless router for $79.99 shipped.That’s $50 off the original price and the lowest that we can currently find it. Over 600 Amazon customers rate this router 3.8/5 stars. Capable of supporting the latest generation of 802.11ac speeds, the D-Link DIR-860L can handle enough bandwidth to support all of your gaming and entertainment needs. It features dual-band 2.4 and 5Ghz wireless, includes four gigabit ethernet ports and has smartbeaming forming technology that aims the wireless signal at your devices.
If you are looking for a more economical option, Newegg offers the refurbished NETGEAR R6200 802.11AC wireless router for $54.99 shipped. Coupon code EMCWPHF77 brings the final price down to $44.99. This is $60 better than Amazon in new condition where it is rated 3.8/5 stars by 262 customers.
Additionally, Amazon also has the refurbished Cisco Linksys E2500 Dual-Band 802.11n wireless router for $29.50 Prime shipped (free trial). Learn more about 802.11n and ac speeds here.