Your Cable Company’s Worst Enemy Is Under $50 on Amazon

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According to Boy Genius Report, if you’re using a cable modem provided by your ISP, they’re charging you anywhere between $8-$10 a month. Find out how to outsmart your cable company from BGR and shop these affordable modems below:

From BGR:
Some cable companies go out of their way to make sure you don’t know about an incredibly easy way to shave $100 or more off of your Internet bill each year. If you’re using a modem provided by your ISP, that company is charging you a monthly fee of between $8 and $10 to rent it. What you might not be aware of is that you can buy your own cable modem, return the one you’ve rented, and eliminate that fee entirely. Check out the D-Link DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem, which is on sale right now on Amazon for just $29.99. That’s right — all you need to do in order to save $100+ a year is buy a $30 box.

1. D-Link Cable Modem

Compatible with most major U.S. cable service including companies like Xfinity, Time Warner Cable, Cox, this modem is powered with maximum downstream and upstream speeds at 30 Mbps.

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2. Arris Surfboard Cable Modem

This cable modem is designed with a gigabit Ethernet port to connect to your computer or router for fast downloads (8 downloads and 4 upload channels). It’s also great for streaming HD video, gaming, shopping, conference calls and peer-to-peer networking.

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