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      Not sure if I will ever be able to find my way back to this page and answer to my question. But what the heck. I am a 70 year veteran who does not have much tech knowledge. Having issue with my router which is probably about 10 years old. What is best router to get at a reasonable price? The reason for my question is I have spectrum internet and can not get service. Was asked by rep form spectrum if I had issue with my router. Based on age of my router it could be time to get a new one. So, what do i need to look for in a new router?
      Thanks for any help. And I hope everyone had a safe and great 4th of July. Stay safe all of you.

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      Hi there Bill,

      Thanks for stopping by and thank you for your service to our country.

      Yes, after 10 years you definitely need a new router. Hopefully, your underwear isn’t that old too! Just kidding!

      Here are some affordable routers that are easy to set up:

      If you have a small home and you’re on a budget, this TP-Link is easy to set up:

      If you have a small to medium sized home,

      If you have a lot of devices connected to the network, stream TV, and need to cover your whole home, Eero is the choice.

      (Full disclosure: Eero is a sponsor of my show but they did not pay me to write about them here. I bought Eero and installed in my own home 2 years before they were a sponsor.)

      Let us know if you need a hand with anything here. Here for you, Bill!


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