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Review by whamel See Profile

  • Location: Hattiesburg,Forrest,MS
  • Cost: $110 per month (24 month contract)
  • Install: about 2 days
Good "Fast reliable speeds, upgraded packages, and CONSISTENCY!"
Bad "Had to rewire from DEMARC box, had old RG-59 needed RG-6"
Overall "Buy your own modem, don't rent! Buy A DOCSIS 3.0! (UBEE DDM 3513 works GREAT!!)"

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Overall it's a good service. Tech support has been here several times, in the midst of the upgrades in speed packages etc. I used a Motorola Surfboard Docsis 3.0 model and it could never hold sync with the cable signal. Replaced it with UBEE DDM3513 and have fast reliable connection, especially after having the wiring re-done from RG-59 to RG-6 Quad Shielding. Had to REQUEST with both apartment complex and Comcast for this to be done, however. Decent value for the price. I would recommend. Package pricing will expire some day and this will cost me too much...

UPDATE 1/12/13:
I now have 2 internet connections (2 modems and 2 IP's) both at 35Mbps/6Mbps. Here is just one of many speed tests done: »stage.results.speedtest. ··· 6822.png
I recommend the UBEE DDM3513 over any Motorola modem, and purchase it too to save the $7/month in modem rental fees. Here is an offical Comcast purchase link via Amazon:
I've used both and the UBEE surpasses the Motorola in terms of speed consistency, sync time, and the flexibility to work over less than desirable COAX lines. Here's a recap of the DDM3513's features:
'Ubee Interactive DDM3513 (also known as the U10C035) Docsis 3.0 Cable Modem. This is a true business class device that has a market value of well over $135!, but I got mine for $50!"
-(32QAM, 64QAM ATDMA only), +8 to +55 dBmV
-(8QAM, 16QAM), +8 to +58 dBmV (QPSK),
-*Actual speeds will vary
-CE/ FCC Class B, UL 60950, Others: RoHS, WEEE
-Channel Bandwidth: 6 MHz
-CPE Interface: 10/100/1000 Base Ethernet RJ45
-Dimensions: (8.44 (W) x 6.48(D) x 1.69 (H)
-DOCSIS 3.0/Euro DOCSIS 3.0 Certified
-DOCSIS/Euro DOCSIS 1.x/1.1/2.0 Certified
-Frequency Range: 5 MHz - 42 MHz
-Frequency Range: 88 MHz - 1002 MHz
-Humidity: 5-95% (non-condensing)
-Input Impedance: 75
-Input Power: 100-120VAC, 50-60Hz
-IPv4 and IPv6 support
-LEDs: Power, Ethernet, US (upstream), DS(downstream), Ready
-Local and Remote Web Management Interface
-Maximum Data Rate 4 DS: 171 Mbps (152 Mbps)
-Maximum Data Rate 4 US: 122 Mbps (108 Mbps)
-Modulation: 64 / 256 QAM
-Modulation: QPSK, 8, 16, 32, 64 QAM, 128 QAM (S-CDMA only)
-Modulation: QPSK, 8, 16, 32, 64 QAM, 128 QAM(S-CDMA only)
-Power: 12V/1A (Energy Star V begin Jan-2010)
-Range: 5 MHz - 42 MHz
-Remote Configuration File Management
-RF Input/Output Power: -15 to +15 dBmV
-RF Interface: External F-Connector
-RF Output Power: TDMA /ATDMA: +8 to +54 dBmV
-S-CDMA: +8 to +53 dBmV (all modulations)
-SNMP v1/v2/v2c and v3 agent Built-In
-Storage temp: -40 C to 70 C (-40 F to 158 F)
-Telnet Remote Management

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Littleton, CO

If you're going to buy your own modem . . .

. . . get an 8x4 channel unit. The Ubee mentioned is only 4x4. I have one that will be replaced by a Motorola SB6141 tomorrow. It has 8 channels down, 4 up. Otherwise . . . it's great for what it is.

billhamel .net
Hinsdale, IL
·Verizon Broadban..
·AT&T U-Verse

Re: If you're going to buy your own modem . . .

I live in Mississippi, no one around here will have any use for 8 downstream channels. I can guarantee u that. They do offer Extreme 50 package if I wanted, but that's is so damn expensive. If it were 50 down and 25-30 up then I would consider the price...
Bill - Hattiesburg, MS - »