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  Reply # 1593469 16-Jul-2016 10:01
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actually what modem do you have the 100/10 supplyed over cisco or technicolor?






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  Reply # 1593497 16-Jul-2016 11:41
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actually what modem do you have the 100/10 supplyed over cisco or technicolor?

 

 

I think they only do the technicolor now. If you have the Cisco you can probably ask not to have it changed though :) I would definitely upgrade to 100/10 if I were you.






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  Reply # 1593507 16-Jul-2016 11:54
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phantomdb:

 

actually what modem do you have the 100/10 supplyed over cisco or technicolor?

 

 

I think they only do the technicolor now. If you have the Cisco you can probably ask not to have it changed though :) I would definitely upgrade to 100/10 if I were you.

 

 

 

 

Any cisco's they have are used one's, but they work well. Even the technicolor works fine if you use it as nothing more than a media converter (cable to ethernet port), the onboard wifi is a bit naff i'm told. I'm told many folks just disable dhcp on their wifi gear and get it from the technicolor, then distribute from there.





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  Reply # 1593703 16-Jul-2016 22:26
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i'm finding it hard to find pricing on the website, and the site claims i cant get cable even though i have it currently.






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  Reply # 1593709 16-Jul-2016 22:53
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i'm finding it hard to find pricing on the website, and the site claims i cant get cable even though i have it currently.

 

 

$10/month more for 100/10 over 50/2. Looks like Unlimited 100/10 with phone, no TV and no mobile discount is $110/month.






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  Reply # 1593725 17-Jul-2016 00:06
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Brumfondl:

 

phantomdb:

 

i'm finding it hard to find pricing on the website, and the site claims i cant get cable even though i have it currently.

 

 

$10/month more for 100/10 over 50/2. Looks like Unlimited 100/10 with phone, no TV and no mobile discount is $110/month.

 

 

im naked innernet so thats $99 then....

 

 






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