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Are good routers (looking at $300-$400+ ones) necessary when your internet is sub-50Mbs? 

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  • ToddN2000
    A lot depends on where it's going to be located and the range you want to cover. Personally I have a Netgear wi-fi router I paid 125.00 for and it works well for me with Xfinity 25m internet service.  The more expensive ones may give a greater range but mine is located 1 floor down and 2 rooms away and rarely get signal drops using the 5g connection instead of the 2.4 g connection.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    That depends on your actual needs, range & configurations also. However what budget you mentioned, you can get enough good router.
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  • TheRealRaven
    Please describe the network/traffic that the router must support. If this is for basic home use, replies are likely very different than for, say, small-to-medium business with average Internet usage.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Keep in mind, internet speed also depends on internet provider or what tariff or internet plan is there. Only a good router does not solve slow/ fast internet connection speed. Also it depends on browsers also. It is necessary to keep system up to date & other relevant software also.
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