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You could then set it up as bridge and just connect it to your existing wireless router which would then act as your primary router.
If you need telephone support as well, there is the below one, it comes with wifi as well (I have the same model and I have the wifi disabled on it)
Netlink gpon ont/onu with telephone, wifi, high speed internet features and with 3 year warranty assures the customers the quality of the prodcut.
However the question is, do you really need the telephone port? You could use a soft client and connect to the VOIP account from your mobile phone too. That's what I do, even though I have an ONT with a telephone port (made the mistake of purchasing a higher priced model when I didn't really need it), as the soft client is more convenient.
Ya I was initially worrying about buying a good gigabit router when I go 100+mbps. Now it seems like it will be more affordable just to get FTTH and buy your equipment. Distribution boxes there cost Rs.400, ONT is as cheap as Rs.1000. ISP try to charge so much for FTTH installation. I am wondering if I can get ACT to directly give me a FTTH instead of copper line directly to my house.
@ChrisM The TL-WR841N is a basic router, you could still get a basic ONT and use that as the primary NAT device and just use the TP-Link as a wireless AP. The VOIP soft phone approach wouldn't work in that case as you'd need OpenWRT or some other customisable firmware on it.
In that case you could go for the Netlink HG323RGW, its just 700+tax more, you get Wifi and the telephone ports to use if needed.
The Netlink supports both GPON & EPON OLTs so that shouldn't be an issue.