Wish your home wi-fi network had a little more zip? Want a more reliable signal in the nooks and crannies that are far from your router? Today's Amazon Deal of the Day is full of networking deals to make upgrades cheap and easy.
If you're in the market for a range extender, the Linksys AC1900 Gigabit Range Extender is marked down to $79.99, a $50 discount off its $129.99 list price. Its Spot Finder Technology helps you find the right spot to install it, and then you simply plug it into a wall outlet to expand your wi-fi coverage. It also features an ethernet port, so you can boost the wired speed of your smart TV or streaming device, too.
That's not the only range extender bargain Amazon is running today. The NETGEAR AC750 Wi-Fi Range Extender + Extra Outlet is down to $36.99, nearly half off its normal $69.99 list price. This device also boosts wi-fi speed up to 750 Mbps and expands coverage throughout your house, and it also boasts an ethernet port. Better yet, the pass-through receptacle means it doesn't hog a wall outlet in your home, so you'll never have to make the agonizing choice between faster, stronger wi-fi signal and plugging in your vacuum cleaner. The AC750 Wi-Fi Range Extender has piled up over 4,300 Amazon reviews with a four-star average rating, so it's a real steal at just $36.99.
Finally, if you're still paying your internet service provider a modem rental fee each month, today can be the first day of the rest of your digital life. Amazon has marked the Linksys DOCSIS 3.0 16x4 Cable Modem down to $49.99, a $40 discount from its normal $89.99 list price. If you get your service through Comcast Xfinity, Time Warner, Cox, Charter, or another major provider, this modem is good to go. With modem rental fees ranging up to $12 a month depending on your provider, this one will pay for itself within a year, and its 4.3-star review average shows users are pleased with its performance. You'll get solid performance and lower your utility bills in one fell swoop!
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