Question BEST Broadcom chip VDSL ?

Jul 30, 2019
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Hi. I need a modem which can support adsl2+ too, and have N wifi at least ((or AC wireless : but only if its not expensive))
 
When you are using modems you have to check your ISP to see which they support, ADSL is not so much a issue but VDSL can be done in a couple of ways and some routers do not support the method used by the ISP.

In any case buy a modem/router that matches the service the ISP is offering. Does you little good to buy a router that supports vdsl or adsl2+ if your ISP does not offer the service.

There is little difference in the price of the radio chips for 802.11n and 802.11ac now days. You likely can get a basic 802.11ac for about the same price.
 

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