The new modem includes a wireless router as well as an Exede Voice adapter, so now you can have 3 things rolled into one if you have Voice.
In areas where the new modem is available, we've also introduced a 25 Mbps download speed bump for an additional cost (/mo in most areas).
But more importantly, thanks to numerous internal emails and documents from TWC, it gives a glimpse of the corporate culture inside TWC.
It’s one where engineers and customer-support reps repeatedly and consistently bring up problems about the company’s internet-service plans, only to have their solutions shot down by execs higher up the ladder as being “too costly.” If the government’s case is accurate, it shows the combination of deceit and intentional neglect that created an ISP that sold customers one thing and provided something else altogether.
speed both before and after restarting my home modem.
Using Xfinity’s own site, I clocked in at an average of 177 Mbps before the reboot, 233 Mbps after.
It's currently available for new and existing customers if you're in one of these areas.
I'm on the Ultra plan paying for upload speeds up to 2 mbps.
I don't expect 2 mbps all the time, but I do expect better performance than what I'm getting.
The SURFboard SBG6580 Wi-Fi Cable Modem is 3 products in one device: DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem, Dual-Band 802.11n Wi-Fi Access Point and 4-port Gigabit Ethernet Router.
Capable of download speeds up to 343 Mbps and Wi-Fi speeds up to 300 Mbps per band, the SBG6580 is an affordable, complete solution for your home network.