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Routers (Resolved)


Best Answer phillpower2 , 13 January 2016 - 10:40 AM

   indy56, If you read some of the reviews on Google you could end up paying up to £165+ for a router that is no better than one costing less than £20, take a look at the a... Go to the full post »


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Can anyone recommend a good named router that i can replace my SKY hub with please, i need something which will keep more stable open ports for Xbox live , thank you.

 

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:welcome:   indy56,

 

If you read some of the reviews on Google you could end up paying up to £165+ for a router that is no better than one costing less than £20, take a look at the articles here and here and you will see what I mean, 

 

Take a look at the forum post here as well, Sky do not like or make it easy for their customers to use routers that they have not obtained from Sky.

 

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:welcome:   indy56,

 

If you read some of the reviews on Google you could end up paying up to £165+ for a router that is no better than one costing less than £20, take a look at the articles here and here and you will see what I mean, 

 

Take a look at the forum post here as well, Sky do not like or make it easy for their customers to use routers that they have not obtained from Sky.

 

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Thank you.


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You are welcome  :)


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Honestly I dont know what kind of issues you can face with your service provider if you switch your router but D-Link's DIR-868L mentioned here a great deal IMHO, and no, not all $200+ routers perform like a 20 dollar router.

Just my 2 cents


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you should read this article this article helps you alot click here 


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Very good, even a great router is http://www.routersto...-router-review/ and it's also has a low price as I know. But there are more powerful routers if you need. It all depends on where you will use it...


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