ARRIS SURFboard SBG10 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem & AC1600 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router, Approved for Cox, Spectrum, Xfinity & others (black) - SoppiGO
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ARRIS SURFboard SBG10 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem & AC1600 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router, Approved for Cox, Spectrum, Xfinity & others (black)

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  • 3 products in 1: DOCSIS 3 0 Cable Modem, AC1600 dual-band Wi-Fi Router, 2 Port Gigabit Ethernet Router (cable digital voice service not supported)
  • Compatible with major U S Cable Internet Providers including Cox, Spectrum, Xfinity & others. Cable internet service required. Not compatible with ATT, Verizon, CenturyLink or other DSL or Fiber internet providers
  • 16 downstream & 4 upstream channels. Best for cable internet service plans up to 400 Mbps.
  • Wi-Fi 5 AC1600 dual-band concurrent Wi-Fi Router with 2 Gigabit Ethernet ports
  • Setup and manage your network with the SURFboard Manager app

Specification: ARRIS SURFboard SBG10 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem & AC1600 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router, Approved for Cox, Spectrum, Xfinity & others (black)

Wireless Type 802.11ac
Brand ARRIS
Series SBG10
Item model number SBG10
Item Weight 1.96 pounds
Product Dimensions 6.77 x 1.97 x 6.58 inches
Item Dimensions LxWxH 6.77 x 1.97 x 6.58 inches
color Black
Manufacturer ARRIS Solutions, Inc.
ASIN B07H42QXF1
Date First Available September 11, 2018

6 reviews for ARRIS SURFboard SBG10 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem & AC1600 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router, Approved for Cox, Spectrum, Xfinity & others (black)

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  1. Shills

    I called Comcast to double-check this modem and model will work with Comcast. “Yes”. Only concern is it new? They can’t take a previous customer off that internet acct to activate modem without that user calling in and going through closing process. Buy New Only! Within 10 minutes it was going. Took rented modem into Comcast the next morning. They said call in (or Chat) to have the modem activated with specifics on the account. Did that through chat. It took 5 minutes and now on Xfinity acct can see the exact modem and you can do things with it through Xfinity.com.

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  2. Vidman

    Purchased the Arris SBG10 due to Comcast internet service price increase along with their modem lease increase. I selected the Arris SBG10 because the modem from Comcast was Arris and it worked for 1 year flawlessly. I also got a good price on the SBG10 and the ratio of 1 star to 5 star reviews was good.
    The install required me to register on-line via my mobile phone or call Comcast to activate the modem, it did not just come up so I could gain internet access. Once I did register and get on-line I tried several speed test sites. The SBG10 did not show any difference in latency or download/upload speeds that what the Comcast modem did. I have periodically checked different times and days, so far it is working perfectly.

    I have had the unit for just a week so we will see how long it lasts, but so far it has been great.

    AS AN ADDED NOTE: I have noticed a number of negative reviews that were for different models of Arris products than what I reviewed. Those “low star” ratings are mixed together across all Arris products so it is misleading. A good product has the same rating as a poor product because they have the same manufacturer and general function.

    It would be more helpful if in the headline reviewers start adding the exact model they purchased, if Amazon can not adjust their system. It is like saying all Fords are junk because of the bad views of the Edsel. Just an additional thought on reviews.

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  3. Shariece

    XFINITY raised the rental rate for their equipment from $10 to $13 so i decided to just buy my own router. After lots of research I concluded the Arris SBG10 was the best option. I have the 250mbps tier package and so far this modem/router works perfect. The only issue I had was with the setup on an iPhone. It didn’t work with iPhone but it worked like a breeze with an android phone. It took less than 5 minutes after using the android for the set up process. I did it all online without having to call or chat with support. I also did a speed test with the XFINITY provided modem and the ARRIS modem (picture attached) and the 2.4G network was better on the arris than with the xfinity provided modem and the 5G network was practically the same. The price of this modem with a 4 year warranty is STILL cheaper than renting a modem from XFINITY for only 1 year. I’ve had them for 4, I should’ve bought my own compatible modem a long time ago. I would definitely recommend this to any XFINITY customer looking to save $156/yr in rental fees.

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  4. Kristi A. Jones

    Okay folks, I reordered this item since the first one was a DUD (see original post below) and, to be fair, I’m giving a revised review since, once I got it working, it’s great! Easy to set up and having a gateway vs a modem and router is much easier. It was also a GREAT feeling to take an armload of equipment back to Cox Cable and save almost $100/mo on tv. We are using the gateway to stream our TV services through Hulu/YouTube TV (still deciding) which to keep. This gateway runs 4 streams seamlessly. Two HD tv’s and two smart phones. No buffering, no blackouts, no delays. I would, at this point, revise to 4 stars (only reason I don’t go 5 is because the “quick start” instructions are written in a confusing manner regarding what order to hook up and what order to contact your cable provider. That chewed up some time on the phone with both Arris and Cox, but once connected, no issues.

    Original Review: Mine did not even power on! Arris customer service tech spent an hour running me through hoops because he thought I meant it would not “connect” rather than power on. I finally asked AGAIN if this (spanish/indian) rep understood that it had no POWER? Response?….”oh”. Very disappointed. Would not recommend.

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  5. magnolia127

    Saved me money! My laziness was costing me money. Xfinity/Comcast fees go up whenever the wind changes direction and I finally had to get my own modem. Called my ISP and had the signal sent. Followed the directions that came with the router and changed the password and network name and now I have internet. I was dreading changing the WiFi on all of my gadgets, but at $13/month rental, I could no longer wait. The old modem was dropping signal randomly and so I could go get another or just buy a modem already. This one takes up little space. Broadcasts pretty good. No issues setting it up. Should’ve done this yesterday!

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  6. Carl Davenport Jr

    I was skeptical at first. It took me 5 minutes to set up. It was fully operational. It took me longer to talk to Comcast than it took me to install. After Comcast activated their signal, the installation was complete. I estimate my saving in 1 year to be $156.00 paying for itself and saving me money. I would definitely recommend this item for your home. The Best Buy Yet

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    ARRIS SURFboard SBG10 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem & AC1600 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router, Approved for Cox, Spectrum, Xfinity & others (black)
    ARRIS SURFboard SBG10 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem & AC1600 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router, Approved for Cox, Spectrum, Xfinity & others (black)

    $119.99 $112.11

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