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HOW LONG SHOULD A WIRELESS ROUTER, LIKE NETGEAR RANGEMAX, LAST?

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With todays "cheap" construction and bad electronics you can expect 2-3 years out of a device before failure.

Some units my only last 6 months to 1 year....(this is what warranty is for).

If you get 24-36 months; you have gotten your money's worth from the unit.

Chauk it up to technology and replace it with a better and faster unit.

Posted on Jan 23, 2009

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