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Motorola Cable modem SB6121 Docsis 3.0 $75 shipped (from US)

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Motorola Cable modem SB6121 Docsis 3.0 $75 shipped (from US)

Hey,


For those looking for a really good DOCSIS 3.0 modem, the Motorola SB6121 is suppose to be the best. State Street Deals is now selling them for $75 US with free shipping


Great deal

Link:
http://statestreetdeals.com/index.php

or

http://statestreetdeals.com/product_inf ... b6121-p-78


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Will Rogers allow you to use this without any sort of hassles to get it set up? Has anybody heard of this place and is it reputable?
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damn bros... thats a hot deal.........
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dishguy1977 wrote: Will Rogers allow you to use this without any sort of hassles to get it set up? Has anybody heard of this place and is it reputable?

good luck with that ;)

you'll need some good negotiation skills to add the serial number. Best bet is to use it for the small players
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dishguy1977 wrote: Will Rogers allow you to use this without any sort of hassles to get it set up? Has anybody heard of this place and is it reputable?

I think they will, especially if it's new. The only time they don't allow you to use a modem is if someone else doesn't return their modem and then you try activating it under another account.
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Dec 18, 2011
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Any duty/brokerage fees or taxes to pay on this?
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Thanks OP.

Very interested...but like to know if anyone successfully put it on Rogers network though...please share.
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Archane wrote: I think they will, especially if it's new. The only time they don't allow you to use a modem is if someone else doesn't return their modem and then you try activating it under another account.

from past experience and history on RFD, they only add if you purchase a modem through them instore....from my recollection from other members on rfd you might be lucky if you get a CSR that doesnt follow procedure.

adding a modem is harder than getting the CSR (or retention) to waive the modem monthly rental charge
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Aug 21, 2007
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Ordered. Thanks.


I've spoken on the phone with one of Rogers reps a little while ago that I can purchase my own modem so there should be no reason why Rogers will not accept this one. Of course the rep might be wrong but I will take my chances.
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thelefteyeguy wrote: from past experience and history on RFD, they only add if you purchase a modem through them instore....from my recollection from other members on rfd you might be lucky if you get a CSR that doesnt follow procedure.

adding a modem is harder than getting the CSR (or retention) to waive the modem monthly rental charge

Yeah~~ Robbers sucks
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dishguy1977 wrote: Will Rogers allow you to use this without any sort of hassles to get it set up? Has anybody heard of this place and is it reputable?


You have to get through to Level II support in order to have your own modem set-up with them!.

CS is clueless & Level I aren't far behind (Ask to be transferred!).





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Apr 13, 2007
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ReBeL wrote: You have to get through to Level II support in order to have your own modem set-up with them!.

CS is clueless & Level I aren't far behind (Asked to be transferred!).





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ks0209 wrote: Ordered. Thanks.


I've spoken on the phone with one of Rogers reps a little while ago that I can purchase my own modem so there should be no reason why Rogers will not accept this one. Of course the rep might be wrong but I will take my chances.



I've gone ahead and ordered one; is there going to be duty charged?
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I helped a friend hooking up a SB6120. I called Rogers and got them to provision this modem and dropped the rental fee.

My buddy had huge problem with the piece o' crap SMC modem/router.

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