expired TP-Link Archer VR400 Wireless Modem/Router $119 @ MSY


Various deals at MSY this weekend (online and in store):
TP-Link Archer VR400 $119 (was $149)
TP-Link 8 port PoE switch TL-SG108PE $79 (was $99)
Samsung 27" Curved monitor $299 (was $349)
Logitech MK500 keyboard/mouse $85 (was $109)

Edit: Attached PDF, because link to their web site wasn't working

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    All these modem/routers, when do we know if we'll see any improvement on upgrading an existing one?

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      what's your current router, how big is your house (do you have an issue in any of your rooms?), and what are you using your internet for predominately?

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    You might want to re-upload the attachment without your email address visible


    Does the vr400 come with $60 voucher?


    I'm pretty sure this doesn't support any NBN connections except FTTP when it means "NBN ready".


      What are you talking about, you obviously didn't read the specs, it shows in that it's NBN ready in every way from all types of connections. The VR400 model has an inbuilt VDSL2 modem for FTTN and FTTB but it also supports other flavours of NBN such as FTTP and FTTH through the WAN port. It's an AC1200 VDSL2 modem/router with WAN port.

      From the specs under Hardware Features.

      "NBN - Fibre to the Node (FTTN) - DSL Modem Router Mode.
      NBN - Fibre to the Building (FTTB) - DSL Modem Router Mode.
      NBN - Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) - Wireless Router Mode.
      NBN - Fibre to the Home (FTTH) - Wireless Router Mode."

      I think you must have been thinking of some router only model when you wrote that message.


        Yeah my mistake, looks like an updated version of the w8980 and w8990 which had a VDSL2+ modem and the box says NBN ready but didn't actually support anything except FTTP. Can check it out on the NBN list of compatible modems on whirlpool.


          That's because the w8980 and w8990 models only had an ADSL2+ modem but did have a router mode and WAN for FTTP. No VDSL technology at all in those modems and hence when it came to NBN it could only work on FTTP through WAN. NBN ready back in those days only supporting FTTP is because in those days when those two modems were designed only FTTP was being rolled out.

          NBN ready on modern VDSL2 modems such as the VR400 model means ready for all NBN connections since it not only has a VDSL2 modem for FTTN and FTTB but also a router mode for FTTP and FTTH.

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    Just got Officeworks to price match this, picked up the VR400 for $113.50


    Bought the VR400 half year ago for $80 from Harvey Norman.

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    The VR600V is faster, supports VOIP and $90 if you take into account the $60 woolies gift card



    Slow day at work today????

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