Usual procedure when setting up a new home internet connection goes something like this: Open welcome package from internet provider; immediately discard the cable modem and router that came in the package, hanging onto only the ethernet cables; go on Amazon and buy a cable modem of your own; save $10 per month, forever.
But Comcast has just released its new xFi Advanced Gateway, a high-speed modem-router combo that can handle gigabit speeds with ease, and I'm starting to think that it might not belong in the trash.
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