How long does it take to get the new modem once you change plans?

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Andy Cross

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Britt McAllister

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I got mine in like 2 or 3 day after i change my plan
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Jim, Champion

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I assume you guys are talking about the WIFI modem with speed boost. I would like to hear some comments on how you like it. I have been hearing mixed reviews. Is it worth the extra money?
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thanks and I'll let you know.
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Britt McAllister

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I like mine the Boost 25 works for me just fine I tested my speed an my lowest speed is 22.08Mbps the highest has been 36.97Mbps so it working really well installation of the new modem was fast an easy
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Jim, Champion

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What about the WIFI Britt? Just as good as any router?
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david, Champion

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I don't understand the faster modem, especially paying extra for it. The vastly most limiting factor is the amount of data, not speed. If you're on a congested beam you're not going to get much speed either way and if you're not, the old modem is plenty fast enough to use you're data up quick, anyway.
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Hello Andy, you can expect to receive your new wifi modem within 3 to 5 business days from ordering. If you have any further questions please give us a call at 866.945.3258
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Britt McAllister

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The router is working just as it post too I Setup my DDNS Service and it working fine
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Britt McAllister

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But you don't have to use DDNS an it works fine too
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Britt McAllister

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It's ok for a basic router there's not a whole lot of settings in it if you need a lot of settings for like a gaming system router has a lot of settings that you can change I have an Asus router pluged into it that my Xbox and Playstation is hooked up to