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The CM500 works well for plans up to 300 megabits per second, because it’s a DOCSIS 3.0 modem that can handle 16 downstream channels and four upstream channels.(A channel is a connection to your ISP, like a lane on a road.Don’t buy a cable modem if you’re on DSL or fiber; those technologies use different standards and connectors.Also don’t buy one if you use your cable provider for telephone service: The models we cover here don’t have phone ports.If the CM500 is out of stock, get the TP-Link TC–7620.It has just as much ISP support, and it should work on most plans that top out at speeds of 300 Mbps.

Before joining The Wirecutter, Thorin Klosowski spent almost six years at Lifehacker writing about hardware, software, and every other facet of technology.You should buy a cable modem if you’re currently paying a fee to rent one from your ISP.Most ISPs charge a month to rent a modem—that’s 0 a year, every year, on top of what you’re already paying for Internet access.The TC-7620 doesn’t have a large pool of reviews, but the ones it does have are generally positive.TP-Link is also a reputable company, and it provides a two-year warranty on the TC-7620.

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