With the new modem, the company said, its DSL (digital subscriber line) customers will not need a direct Ethernet connection from their wireless-enabled PC to send data to other computers in their home or over the Internet. The Actiontec Wireless DSL Gateway is designed to provide a 54-megabits-per-second wireless connection within a radius of 300 feet of the modem.
Qwest said customers could save about $50 on their Wi-Fi network set-up costs, because they’ll only need to install a wireless network card to work with the modem.
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