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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    dizzymon247 Ben's cred: 147
    Posted 8:35 am PST 12/13/08

    To get to the deal click Accessories->Routers-> Pick the Blackberry Tmobile 8820 as your device (the first icon on the top left). Then you will see the router show up.

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    LordDarkHell Ben's cred: 20
    Posted 8:43 am PST 12/13/08

    How can you tell which version of the WRT54G 802.11g router you have?

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    jlayman920 Ben's cred: 37
    Posted 8:46 am PST 12/13/08

    Had this router and had to reboot it at least once per day. Bought a Netgear and have had zero problems since.

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    moltistoli Ben's cred: 8
    Posted 8:52 am PST 12/13/08

    I've had one for several years and it still works fine. A very solid router!

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    sic0048 Ben's cred: 6
    Posted 9:50 am PST 12/13/08

    Excellent information #18

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    2133 Ben's cred: 94
    Posted 10:01 am PST 12/13/08

    Ordered 1. They are on backorder and will not ship until early next week. One thing to note is that in the shopping cart it was listed as a Wrt54gs. No indication of which version.

    WRT54GS are listed as 16/32 MBytes in the DD-WRT website.
    Mostly 32MB in earlier version 1-3

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    mrpeter Ben's cred: 5
    Posted 10:10 am PST 12/13/08

    does anyone know when buffalo will start making routers again?

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    inferno Ben's cred: 86
    Posted 10:18 am PST 12/13/08

    wow really good price, but some of these new versions won't be able to be upgraded to the open source. Maybe that's why these are cheap? No one wants these?

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    gkchu Ben's cred: 15
    Posted 10:21 am PST 12/13/08

    this modem is mediocre at best, use it at home and it's not the best one, looking for a nicer modem

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    creativesmurf2 Ben's cred: 11
    Posted 11:21 am PST 12/13/08

    You can run ddwrt on this but requires some soldering and JTAG so I'd avoid it unless you want to run it stock.. great price.

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    dailojay Ben's cred: 3
    Posted 11:35 am PST 12/13/08

    The best router I ever used. I got the newer version, and the range is horrible.

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    tredway Ben's cred: 11
    Posted 11:49 am PST 12/13/08

    acording to the dd-wrt wiki there is a jtag-free way to upgrade this http://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=38392&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0
    also from what i read this is the 32mb version, so plenty of room in memory

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    RapidOne Ben's cred: 40
    Posted 12:14 pm PST 12/13/08

    FACK! Checkout doesn't work for me at confirmation--it says that they could not finish my order and to order from another retailer.

    FACK! (I have a Netgear WGT624 so feel sorry for me. It's baconnaise that isn't always compatible with all network cards)

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    monx Ben's cred: 24
    Posted 2:56 pm PST 12/13/08

    i have tomato on mine and it runs like a Dream Tomato

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    obryan Ben's cred: 31
    Posted 7:52 pm PST 12/13/08

    This is a nice router, but linksys routers do need to be rebooted more often than some others. I really like the buffalo routers and I read that the injunction against them has been lifted, so they should be in the wireless router business again. The cheap buffalo routers were even better than the original WRT54G. Also, dd-wrt is awesome. It does everything. It is the quickest, easiest, cheapest way to add vpn.

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    a8le Ben's cred: 56
    Posted 10:19 pm PST 12/13/08

    very good price. in for two, thnx ben

    oh btw, i have one running ddwrt and all i can say is WOW!

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    dealover Ben's cred: 13
    Posted 12:33 am PST 12/14/08

    Google these words, DD-WRT Linksys Tomato, you will find why these routers are selling like hot cakes at this price.

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    Rarb Ben's cred: 137
    Posted 2:51 am PST 12/14/08

    Great router, great price, but:

    Order by phone at 1-877-387-4324
    We are temporarily unable to take your order online. We apologize for the inconvenience.
    In the meantime, you can:
    * print out your order and call us at 1-877-387-4324
    * return to your cart, save your order, and try again later
    * visit a T-Mobile retail location

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    Misha322 Ben's cred: 2
    Posted 11:42 am PST 12/15/08

    Just as an FYI I do not believe it is a WRT54G, it is actually a WRT54GS, which is an even nicer router, w/Speed Booster. This is how it shows up in my cart: LKS KIT WRT54GS ACCESS POINT.

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    Misha322 Ben's cred: 2
    Posted 11:50 am PST 12/15/08

    PS $19.99 + $6.99S/H + $1.76Tax = $28.74, still good.

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