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    Ad Netgear WGT624 802.11G Wireless Router for $24.99 Shipped

    Frys.com has the NETGEAR WGT624 Wireless 802.11G 108 Mbps Firewall Router 4port for a good deal.

    Pricegrabber Price : $45.93 ~ $89.83 Shipped

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    I used AT&T SBC DSL service with this wireless router and gave me slowness (very slow connection). Too bad to use double router for this one...

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    Refurb!

    Anyone have any ratings on this one?

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    i have the last years model of this router. mine alnoy does 54 mbps and it works flawlessly! i imagin the 108 mbps is a lot faster

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    Thumbs down Pass on this one

    I have owned this router for about 6 months. It randomly drops the internet connection, probably on average once a day. The only remedy is to reset(unplug) the router. Do a search for this router on Google or check out reviews on retail sites (i.e. Newegg). I am definitely not alone in my dissatisfaction.

    Unless you want a lot of connection headaches, steer clear of this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deathmarch View Post
    I have owned this router for about 6 months. It randomly drops the internet connection, probably on average once a day. The only remedy is to reset(unplug) the router. Do a search for this router on Google or check out reviews on retail sites (i.e. Newegg). I am definitely not alone in my dissatisfaction.

    Unless you want a lot of connection headaches, steer clear of this one.
    I agree. I had this router for less than a month, then it just died on me. Changed to LINKSYS, and never had problems again. LINKSYS is the way to go.

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