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Would appreciate recommendation for a modem/router combo with VOIP & WiFi

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#1 ComputerJinx


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Posted 17 April 2016 - 01:45 PM

Prices went up and I am now paying $14.95 per month to my cable provider for my combo modem router and an additional fee for the WiFi service for the modem [??....…].  About a year ago, when I first agreed to the rent the equipment, the price was $5/month.  Both my computer and my telephone [VOIP] are connected to the modem/router.  My printer and TV are connected via WiFi.  
I shopped online using the list of my provider’s approved modem/routers obtained from their website.  Either I couldn’t find the modem/routers that were on the list, or they are only available as refurbished [which suggests to me that the list is out of date].  The more I read about router/modem combos, the more confused I become about what search terms to use to find a modem/router with WiFi that supports VOIP.  My cable service is slightly faster than 50 MBPS.  Other info: OS Windows 7, SP1, 64-bit.  Does anyone have any recommendations, or can you tell me what to look for?
Thank you.

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#2 parasush


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Posted 10 June 2016 - 12:14 AM

This depends on which VoIP provider company you're in contact with. For VoIP use, you need router that supports H.232 and SIP protocol. 

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