Cut at least $10 per month off your current cable bill for just $30 on Amazon

Some cable companies go the extra mile in making sure you know nothing about an ideal method of shaving a $100 or more off your Internet bills per annum. If you use a modem provided by your Internet Service Provider (ISP), the company charges you a fee of $8 to $10 monthly to rent it. It is unknown to many that buying a personal cable modem and returning the rented cable from the ISP, is a complete termination of extra fee altogether. The D-Link DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem, sold on Amazon is just $38.95. Yeah, that’s right — all you need to do is purchase a $39.95 box and save $100+ per annum.

See features from the product page:

  • The D-Link DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem is compatible with Comcast Xfinity, Cablevision, Time Warner Cable, Charter, Cox, and more. Requires Cable Internet Service
  • Non-compatible with Verizon, CenturyLink, and AT&T,
  • Solely Cable Modem with no WiFi router**
  • Modem only. Router not included**
  • Highest upstream speeds: 30 Mbps (TDMA) / 35 Mbps (SCDMA) / up to 160 Mbps1

Highest downstream speeds: 30 Mbps (640QAM) / 43 Mbps (256QAM) / up to 320 Mbps across 8 channel bonding1.

  • Certified for popular US cable providers, Time Warner, Comcast and more

 

**If you prefer the modem option with a wireless router built in “For those who don’t have a router.” We strongly recommend the TP-Link N300 Cable Modem with Built in Router for only $69.98. You may feel these are steep prices, but I assure you, I have done all the shopping, and these were the lowest deals for both and will have you getting your return in just a few months.

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