Contact Us

Hi There,
We are looking forward to hearing from you. Please feel free to get in touch via the form below, we will get back to you as soon as possible.


10 thoughts on “Contact Us”

  1. I’m very sorry, but I am IRATE!!! I took 2 std modems into Xfinity today to exchange one (that wasn’t working, the light wouldn’t come on) and the other to upgrade. We got them home and hooked them up and called to have them activated. The std one came right up, the other (DVR) was having problems so we disconnected to return it. In the meantime I moved one of the other modems into the room that was to have the new DVR. I later went into the kitchen and THAT modem was disabled! Trying to get to talk to a real person was a battle of nerves. One person didn’t know what we were talking about, one activated the wrong box again, the last person told us that “that department is closed now”. This is NOT what I expect from the cable company that I’ve been with for 20 years and I’m not pleased. Tomorrow I am going back into the store (several miles from where I live) to exchange the new DVR. I certainly hope we don’t have to go through this circus again.

  2. Hello there,
    You have a really cool & very informative site. I am trying to find a cable modem router with telephony for a larger home. So I tried doing a search for:
    “Best Cable Modem Router Combo with voice”
    Unfortunately, none came up so that’s why I’m reaching out to you and hope to get 1 or 2 suggestions. I will appreciate it!
    Thanks in advance!

    • Sure! I am going to post the same article “best cable modem router combo 2020”. I will make sure to include routers that support voice command. Thanks

  3. Hi. I’m looking to add a better router to my existing Verizon FIOS network and have one question. The Linksys Nighthawk you mention in your review for 2020, it still needs to be hooked up via wire to the modem. Is that correct or can i connect the LAN cable right into the nighthawk? I have a FIOS Quantum Gateway.


    • Hey Artie, Sorry for the late reply. No, you can’t connect LAN cable right into the router. It requires modem to function. Thanks!


Leave a Comment