T-Mobile has the basic but solid Linksys WRT54G 802.11g Wireless Router for $20 + $6 shipping = $26 shipped. Navigate Accessories >Routers to find it. This is a tried and true router for those who don't want to fuss with X2 X3 MIMO N hype. [BizRate]

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    ymccann Ben's cred: 8
    Posted 2:55 am PST 12/13/08

    go with dlink.

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    pablo4 Ben's cred: 4
    Posted 3:05 am PST 12/13/08

    had this router before and it was as ben said, tried and true

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    hairy_testicles Ben's cred: 12
    Posted 4:13 am PST 12/13/08

    wrt54g, is great..make sure to load it up with tomato, or dd-wrt

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    kamnet Ben's cred: 8
    Posted 4:21 am PST 12/13/08

    Clicking on Accessories > Routers results in this message:

    Code:
    No accessories found for device/category

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    tyk Ben's cred: 33
    Posted 4:40 am PST 12/13/08

    wow, just a couple years ago, this router was $50 on sale. how technology flies.

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    Myself Ben's cred: 206
    Posted 5:02 am PST 12/13/08

    Shame it's not the v1 hardware Wink Centrix-intl has refurbished WRT54G v3, in bulk packaging, for $39 if you need more ram/flash than is found in the later versions.

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    njb Ben's cred: 283
    Posted 5:45 am PST 12/13/08

    any difference between v 1 - 4? i think upto v4 they all have 8-16mb memory.

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    Juju2 Ben's cred: 27
    Posted 6:00 am PST 12/13/08

    Whoa! Excellent price for this workhorse wireless router. I am still seeing them on sale for $50, occasionally $40. They have a new style case out, and this is the old case, but what the heck. It is a good router, have had one for several years. Linksys also has good customer support.

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    TOMAN Ben's cred: 1
    Posted 6:20 am PST 12/13/08

    LIKE NO. 4 IT DOESN'T WORK. ANY IDEAS ?

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    wahoomcdan Ben's cred: 24
    Posted 6:21 am PST 12/13/08

    It's rare to find a used router on Craigslist at this price.

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    mikerowaved Ben's cred: 76
    Posted 6:35 am PST 12/13/08

    #10 wrote:
    It's rare to find a used router on Craigslist at this price.

    I was just thinking the same thing myself. Maybe a way to make a little more Christmas jingle.

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    moltistoli Ben's cred: 8
    Posted 6:47 am PST 12/13/08

    I can't seem to get the link to work, or even find it on their site.

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    moltistoli Ben's cred: 8
    Posted 7:22 am PST 12/13/08

    You have to click on any phone first and then it'll come up as an accessory.

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    gooda4you Ben's cred: 10
    Posted 7:44 am PST 12/13/08

    Using V3 right now with DD-WRT v24 SP2 loaded, happy with it since the first day

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    eobiont Ben's cred: 6
    Posted 8:02 am PST 12/13/08

    With DD-wrt I had to restart the router once a week because my traffic would get super slow.

    I installer hyperwrt + thybor and now it is rock solid.

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    mike83wvu Ben's cred: 15
    Posted 8:03 am PST 12/13/08

    I own it...great making those free cell calls.

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    funky515 Ben's cred: 7
    Posted 8:05 am PST 12/13/08

    not good reviews. i will pass this deal...

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    ecarlson Ben's cred: 14
    Posted 8:09 am PST 12/13/08

    I'm running Tomato on my WRT54G v4, which is extremely simple to upgrade to 3rd party firmware.

    This T-mobile router probably won't be as simple to upgrade to 3rd party firmware. See this:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linksys_WRT54G_series#WRT54G-TM

    - Eric, http://www.bacon.com/

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    mdheinzer Ben's cred: 63
    Posted 8:22 am PST 12/13/08

    definitely a great router once you put open source firmware on it.

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    meanoldbaldteacher Ben's cred: 43
    Posted 8:30 am PST 12/13/08

    This is a solid router at a great price; I've had no problems with mine since I bought it some time ago.

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