ADSL2+ Modems with VOIP: A look at two choices.

Is it better to buy a product with more features, or one with fewer features – that work reliably?

By VoipPlanet.com Staff | Posted Jun 21, 2010
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"Buying an ADSL modem is not an easy choice because some modems are best if you live close to the local phone exchange and others are better if you live far away, as well as their prices, features and capabilities varying a lot," writes Neerav Bhatt on the Random Thoughts blog.

"I’ve been testing 2 ADSL2+ Modems with VOIP internet phone call capability for the last few months: the Netcomm NB9WMaXXn and Billion 7404VNPX." Bhatt writes.

Click the link below to read the full review:
ADSL2+ Modems with VOIP: Netcomm NB9WMaXXn vs Billion 7404VNPX

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