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Topic # 165999 27-Feb-2015 11:17
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So I am looking to upgrade from VDSL to Fiber soon, the Orcon Genius modem I have is the white one, NetComm Wireless NF4V, but according to their website it only is capable of VDSL and ADSL http://www.netcommwireless.com/product/vdsl/nf4v

Can anyone confirm that it will work, also wouldn't it be better to get a modem that says it does Fiber?




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  Reply # 1247694 27-Feb-2015 11:58
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Hi :-)

We use the Netcomm NF4V for VDSL, ADSL AND UFB.

its a very capable modem.



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  Reply # 1248027 27-Feb-2015 19:28
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Sounddude: Hi :-)

We use the Netcomm NF4V for VDSL, ADSL AND UFB.

its a very capable modem.


Ok thank you.




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