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Standard User ajd1
(learned) Tue 06-Apr-21 16:54:31
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Alternative to BT Openreach (061513) modem?


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We have FTTC and as we live so far from the cabinet we do not get great speeds (30 Mbps download and 6 Mbps upload).

We have our own Asus mesh router and a BT Openreach (061513) modem which must be over 10 years old. Does the modem itself make any difference to broadband performance and would a modern modem make a difference to our broadband speeds?

Are there many basic modems (not combined modem/router) on the market, all I could find was the DrayTek Vigor 166 VDSL/G.Fast Modem. Any recommendations for a modem that will work with Openreach FTTC but will also work if/when we get FTTP?

Thanks in advance.

Edited by ajd1 (Tue 06-Apr-21 17:00:44)

Standard User Michael_Chare
(fountain of knowledge) Tue 06-Apr-21 19:43:01
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Re: Alternative to BT Openreach (061513) modem?


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You might get a small improvement with a different modem or router with a VDSL port. For FTTP you need a different box usually an ONT.

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