Why Own Your Atlantic Broadband Cable Modem?

Owning your own modem and router can provide several benefits when using Atlantic broadband internet service.

In the long run, having your own modem and router can save you money. Many internet service providers, including Atlantic broadband, charge a monthly fee for renting a modem and router from them. You can avoid these rental fees and potentially save hundreds of dollars over time by purchasing your own modem and router.

Having your own modem and router gives you greater flexibility and control over your Internet connection. The modem and router you rent from your internet service provider may not have all the features and capabilities you require or desire. Owning your own modem and router allows you to choose equipment that best fits your needs and preferences.

Owning your own modem and router can also enhance the performance of your Internet connection. Numerous internet service providers rent modems and routers that are older or of lower quality. This may result in slower speeds, weaker signals, and an unreliable connection. By purchasing your own modem and router, you can ensure that you have the latest and most advanced equipment to support your internet service.

Finally, having your own modem and router can give you peace of mind. When you rent a modem and router from your ISP, you are at the mercy of their equipment. If equipment malfunctions or becomes obsolete, you must rely on your internet service provider to replace it. When you own your own modem and router, however, you have control over when and how the equipment is upgraded, and you can ensure that it is always in working order.

In summary, owning your own modem and router with Atlantic broadband internet service can save you money, provide greater flexibility and control, improve performance, and give you peace of mind.

We’re Here to Help!

We want you to feel fully confident in your purchase, so please feel free to contact our sales team for with any questions you may have, or leave a comment at the bottom of this page with your email address and our technicians will reach out to you directly.

Helping You Save While Minimizing Profits for Large Monopolistic Corporations

Until now, information about how to install, use and acquire your own modem is not widely publicized with most providers. It can also be really tricky to pick out a modem that will be compatible with your setup. We’ve put together a complete list of Breezeline Compatible modems and modem routers for you to compare and find one that will meet your needs. Our goal is to make your switch to owning your modem easier and ultimately put less money in the hands of greedy monopoly internet service providers.

Atlantic Broadband Compatible Modem List

ArrisSB6183250 Mbps3NoNo
(184 reviews)
ArrisSBG6900-AC250 Mbps3NoYes
(11 reviews)
NetgearCM500250 Mbps3NoNo
(111 reviews)
NetgearC6250250 Mbps3NoYes
(84 reviews)
ArrisSB6190600 Mbps3NoNo
(100 reviews)
ArrisSBG7580AC600 Mbps3NoYes
(20 reviews)
ArrisSBG7400AC2600 Mbps3NoYes
ArrisSBG7600AC2600 Mbps3NoYes
(3 reviews)
NetgearCM600600 Mbps3NoNo
(6 reviews)
NetgearC6900600 Mbps3NoYes
NetgearC7000600 Mbps3NoYes
(10 reviews)
NetgearCM700600 Mbps3NoNo
(8 reviews)
ArrisSB82001 Gbps3.1NoNo
(60 reviews)
ArrisSBG83001 Gbps3.1NoYes
(11 reviews)
ArrisS331 Gbps3.1NoNo
NetgearCM10001 Gbps3.1NoNo
(50 reviews)
NetgearCM12001 Gbps3.1NoNo
NetgearC78001 Gbps3.1NoYes
(57 reviews)
NetgearCAX801 Gbps3.1NoYes
NetgearCM20001 Gbps3.1NoNo
MotorolaMB86001 Gbps3.1NoNo
(164 reviews)

About Atlantic Broadband Cable Company

Atlantic Broadband is a cable internet service provider offering cable TV, phone, internet and WiFi services to customers based in 11 different states in the USA. If you’re a current subscriber to Atlantic Broadband or Breezeline, you probably live in one of these areas: Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Pennsylvania, Maine, Maryland, New Hampshire, New York, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia.

Atlantic is the 8th largest cable provider in the US, and supports more than 450,000 residential and business customers. Even if only half of Atlantic customers stopped paying their monthly modem rental fee, it could result in a combined savings of around $27,000,000 every year!

What Happens to Your Money?

Mind-boggling numbers like that really brings the question of what companies like Atlantic Broadband actually do with all of that money. We can certainly speculate that they may be using it to improve their service or supply better working conditions for their employees, however, like most other large corporations, there is a lack of transparency about their finances.

Atlantic Broadband Modem FAQ

How to cancel Atlantic Broadband service?

To cancel your Atlantic Broadband account, you must call their customer service number and submit a cancellation request. To contact Atlantic Broadband’s customer service, dial 1 (888) 536-9600.

When speaking with a qualified representative, canceling your Atlantic Broadband account should take approximately 30 minutes.

Keep in mind that their representatives are trained to try to prevent you from canceling, so it is likely that you will need to repeat your desire to cancel several times before they will cancel your account.

How to Find Your IP Address

This method works on Windows computers and does not require any software to be downloaded. You’ll be using command prompt to find the internal IP address so you can log into your WiFi router or modem router’s settings panel.

  1. Click the start menu in the bottom left of your screen.
  2. In the search bar in your start menu, type in “cmd.exe” and then click on that program when it appears in the search.
  3. When the program opens, you’ll see a black window on your screen with white text.
  4. Type into the program “ipconfig“, then hit Enter. Your window should look like the one shown below. The IP address circled below shows where your internal IP address will be on your command prompt window. Now you can move on to accessing your modem or modem router’s settings admin panel.

How to reset modem?

To reset your modem or modem router, locate the reset button that’s usually located on the back of the device where all the ports are.

The reset button is generally a tiny hole, and will sometimes be labeled “RESET”. You’ll need a pen, or paper clip to press the reset button, since it’s so small.

Press and hold this down for 30 seconds, and then allow the device to reboot for a few minutes.

How to pick out the best modem for Atlantic Broadband?

Picking out your next modem upgrade can be daunting, especially with so much information out there. Anyone without a background in some kind of technological field or with limited experience in this area would have trouble filtering through all the marketing jargon and specifications to find what they really need for their setup. We know that most of our customers may not have the time to research each and every potential specification to figure out what they would most benefit from.

Literally, Just Ask Your Provider

The easiest way to choose a modem that will work for your service is to call your internet service provider and ask. We know it’s usually not something people are excited to do, but we assure you it’s the best way and it’s much faster than trying to research it for yourself – especially if you’re not super technically savvy. For Atlantic Broadband, we highly recommend just giving them a call to see what will work with your specific internet plan. You might even consider explaining your typical usage habits to their customer service agent to get a more personalized recommendation based on your usage AND internet service subscription.

Atlantic Broadband login

You can log into your Breezeline or Atlantic Broadband account by following this link:  https://www.breezeline.com/online-account-manager

Did we answer all your questions about the Atlantic Broadband Compatible Modems? Let us know in the comments, or leave your own questions for our technicians to answer!

5 thoughts on “Atlantic Broadband Breezeline Modems List

  1. Barbara A, Homan says:

    Had to unplug yellow cable from my modem in order to fix my phone and internet service. Even though both are working, am concerned I have plugged the yellow cable in the wrong connection. I have four places to connect the cable. Since they are not marked, which one should the yellow cable be plugged into?

    1. ModemGuides says:

      Hi Barbara,

      Thank you for your question about Atlantic Broadband modem! The yellow Ethernet cable can be plugged into any of those 4 yellow ports. It doesn’t matter which one since they are all the same. As long as your internet is still working afterwards, you should be all set. Thanks so much!

      – ModemGuides Support

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  3. edda says:

    My internet was already installed and there was an issue with all my devices, i could not connect to the wifi… I reported to you then the techs helped me to solve the problem
    now my question is… we had to unplug the yellow dable from the modem, that cable was conneted to the tv box.. I wan to know what is that yellow cable for… and if this can be a problem for me to not have that cable connected… I also want to know if nobody else can access my wifi? if does not have the password….. thanks

    1. ModemGuides says:

      Hi Edda!

      The yellow cable that was connected to the modem is likely an Ethernet cable, which is used to transmit data over a wired network connection. Ethernet cables are commonly used to connect devices to a router or modem, or to connect a router or modem to a wall outlet for an internet service.

      Unplugging the Ethernet cable from the modem may have disrupted your internet connection and caused issues with your devices being able to connect to the Wi-Fi. If you want to restore your internet connection, you will need to plug the Ethernet cable back into the modem.

      As for the security of your Wi-Fi network, the presence or absence of the Ethernet cable should not affect the ability of others to access your Wi-Fi if they do not have the password. The password is what controls access to the Wi-Fi network, so as long as you have a strong password and do not share it with others, your Wi-Fi should be secure.

      It is always a good idea to use a strong, unique password for your Wi-Fi network and to keep it private. You may also want to consider enabling other security measures, such as WPA2 encryption or a firewall, to further protect your network. If you are concerned about the security of your Wi-Fi network, it may be worth consulting with a tech or network security specialist for more guidance.

      Hope that helps with getting your internet set up!

      – ModemGuides Support

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