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on 5 November 2013
I replaced our old Bt Voyager 2100 router that had failed with the N750. It would seem you certainly get what you paid for.

Our broadband around the house, wired and wireless to all devices has been transformed. Faster downloads, better gaming on PS3 & Sky on Demand is now way quicker.

Easy to set up and no problems at all. If you have an older router give this one a try before blaming your provider for poor broadband speeds.

Worth every penny and would recommend.
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on 5 July 2013
The router arrived on time and well packaged. The set up process was so easy it literally did all the work for me. I didn't realise at first but it is even able to connect my printer which is not wireless, wirelessly to other computers in the house. The design is pleasing and it can even be fixed on a wall if required. Would highly recommend.
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on 2 April 2014
First of all I have to say delivery was very quick and the item was very well packaged but the modem router is not intended for the UK market. The back of the box shows that this model is not intended for UK use and only contains a 2 pin power supply. You will have to buy a Euro power converter to use this as well as a UK adsl filter before use. I do strongly feel theat if you are going to supply UK customers through Amazon it should be fit for UK use and as such 1 star. Sorry
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on 20 January 2014
Bought to replace a previous excellent Netgear router that finally died. Overall, an excellent wireless router, powerful, easy to install and configure, multi-band allows extra flexibility and throughput. However, there are some things that it just cannot do that its cheaper predecessor handled perfectly.
If you ever want to use a Vodafone SureSignal (something that enhances the Vodafone mobile signal in your house) then this is definitely not the router for you. No matter what you do, you cannot configure the Netgear DGNG4000 to forward the relevant ports (in particular port 500/udp). Without that port being forwarded to your Vodafone Suresignal device then it will not work and is a £100 piece of junk.
Unfortunately, this is something I need, so this device is going to be dumped and replaced with something else.
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