ADSL Modem Routers & 3G Wireless Router Prices List - March 2012
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We have released the price lists for ADSL Modem Routers & 3G Wireless Router for the month of March 2012. The prices are given as follows..


Model: Netgear Router MBRN3000

Price: Rs. 7440

Product Description- 3G/4G MOBILE BB WIRELESS-N RTR, Warr- 2Yr.


Model: Netgear Router DGN1000

Netgear Router DGN1000

Price: Rs. 3720

Product Description- 802.11N 150Mbps WL ADSL Gateway(ADSL modem+router+AP+4port switch), Warr- 2Yr.


Model: Netgear DGN2200

Netgear DGN2200

Price: Rs. 6180

Product Description- 802.11N 300Mbps WL ADSL Gateway(ADSL modem+router+AP+4port switch), Warr- 2Yr.


Model: Netgear DGND3700

Netgear DGND3700

Price: Rs. 13640

Product Description- 802.11N 600 ADSL MODEM ROUTER, Warr- 2Yr.


All prices published here are inclusive of taxes and subject to market changes. To know the current prices please contact the Zyxware Sales Team.


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