I currently have this router:http://www.motorola.com/Business/XP-EN/ ... %252CXP-EN
I have a network with 2 wired and 1 wireless PC.
I have 16 Mbps speeds with Comcast PowerBoost to 20 Mbps.
I am getting a speed increase on Thursday to 22 Mbps and boost to 30 Mbps.
The technican told me that although I will have no problem getting the increased speeds using my wired connections, that the router may be maxed out using my wireless connection at 22-30 and that I should get an N-Band router to take advantage of the higher speeds on the wireless connection.
Also, I will have the option of increasing from 22 Mbps to 50 Mbps for an additional charge per month of $30 (the increase from 16 to 22 is free).
Is it true that I need an N-Band router for faster wireless speeds? And if it is, can anyone recommend a good N-Band router for not a lot more than $100? I have used Linksys routers in the past and am now using Netopia (now Motorola).
P.S. In a few months they are offering wireless 4G:http://www.comcast.com/About/PressRelea ... x?PRID=887
I pay $60/month now with the AT&T aircard. Comcast's 4G will be $30/month with the plan I have.