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ASUS RT-AC68U Wireless Cable & Fibre Router £80.99 at Amazon (awaiting stock but orderable)

£80.99 @ Amazon
I saw the Currys deal appears to have ran out of stock for home delivery. If you don't mind waiting Amazon have price matched. Best get in quick before they realise Curry's don't have stock Read More
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I saw the Currys deal appears to have ran out of stock for home delivery. If you don't mind waiting Amazon have price matched. Best get in quick before they realise Curry's don't have stock
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#1
Looks like it's exclusive to Prime members only?
#2
does this work with fibre? looking to extend the range in my house as my current one doesn't reach the house extension. thanks
#3
Good deal, liking the fact Amazon have exclusive Prime member deals.
#4
Is the N66U just as good as this? Looking to replace my superhub 3.0 as the range on it is just poop
1 Like #5
If you'd prefer delivery and can't wait then you can buy from Curry's at the same price - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/asus-rt-ac68u-wireless-cable-fibre-router-was-99-99-now-80-99-delivered-with-code-2588416

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1 Like #6
themarrons
does this work with fibre? looking to extend the range in my house as my current one doesn't reach the house extension. thanks
It's a router, but doesn't include a fibre modem like the all in one boxes that Sky/BT/Virgin offer. That leaves you with a few options:

1.) Buy a fibre modem from Ebay or similar
2.) Connect this to your Sky/BT/Virgin hub and use the modem in that
3.) Buy the DSL version of this router which has a fibre modem built in

I used option 1.) when I got my one of these about three years ago. I then got a BT fibre modem from ebay for a tenner and hooked it up together. I've used it with Sky Fibre and BT Infinity, setup is pretty simple if you follow some of the online guides.
#7
vassy4u
If you'd prefer delivery and can't wait then you can buy from Curry's at the same price - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/asus-rt-ac68u-wireless-cable-fibre-router-was-99-99-now-80-99-delivered-with-code-2588416

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Comments indicated it was out of stock for delivery. Apologies if I was mistaken
#8
soton26
Looks like it's exclusive to Prime members only?
You're confused by question marks aren't you?
#9
I have a BT Smart Hub (the latest one) all the reviews state it's the best router from an ISP, but I keep getting dropped connections and the signal doesn't go as far as I need. Does anyone know if this Asus would be an upgrade in terms of performance?
4 Likes #10
quidstretchy
soton26
Looks like it's exclusive to Prime members only?
You're confused by question marks aren't you?

http://www.grammarbook.com/punctuation/qMarks.asp

Rule 4 babe x
1 Like #11
Solid router. Using custom firmware (Merlin) and easily one of the best performing one I've bought in terms of reliability, wireless signal, QoS, etc. Always nice to see we use almost 50GB a month watching YouTube videos between us 8)8)
#12
£89.99 now
1 Like #13
can anyone recommend a good fiber modem to use with this? I've got an ee brightbox 2 which can't be put into modem only mode (I wouldn't want to use it anyway as modem connection isn't good).
#14
Shakeyyy
Is the N66U just as good as this? Looking to replace my superhub 3.0 as the range on it is just poop

I use the 66 hard wired to the original superhub plus a couple of range extenders as well (detached garage security cams) and it works just fine.
#15
I use this router awesome bit of kit and I have Merlin firmware installed better than the stock OS and easy to do.
#16
shows up as 89.99? (also am prime member)
#17
Just swapped my HH5 for the modem router version of this, the DSL-AC68U. Was £98 at Curry's, it's better for those who don't want the clutter of a separate modem and router, easy to set up and miles better connection!
#18
I have two of these in my home and they are top notch. Use with a fibre modem and by infinity. Great price
#19
Heat added great price great piece of kit.

Edited By: ruffguidance on Dec 30, 2016 16:50: spelling mistake
#20
Scorpion
themarrons
does this work with fibre? looking to extend the range in my house as my current one doesn't reach the house extension. thanks
It's a router, but doesn't include a fibre modem like the all in one boxes that Sky/BT/Virgin offer. That leaves you with a few options:
1.) Buy a fibre modem from Ebay or similar
2.) Connect this to your Sky/BT/Virgin hub and use the modem in that
3.) Buy the DSL version of this router which has a fibre modem built in
I used option 1.) when I got my one of these about three years ago. I then got a BT fibre modem from ebay for a tenner and hooked it up together. I've used it with Sky Fibre and BT Infinity, setup is pretty simple if you follow some of the online guides.

would you think I'm better going for this please:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/ASUS-DSL-AC68U-Dual-Band-Wireless-Gigabit/dp/B00O27PHGY/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1483122430&sr=1-1&keywords=asus+dsl-ac68u

or would you say to stick with the one in the post and buy a BT open reach modem off eBay that are about £25? (would any BT modem do?) my main issue with our EE box currently is the range.

thanks for your help :)

Edited By: themarrons on Dec 30, 2016 18:44: more info
#21
Considering sending my Netgear R6400 for one of these, but I'm not sure if there'd be any point
1 Like #22
I strongly advise anyone against the DSL version, instead buy an Openreach HG612 from eBay and use in conjunction with this deal.
banned#23
Not available from Amazon t this price.
#24
Back in at this price! Be quick if you want it!
#25
Installed mine today, this thing is awesome. Highly recommend it if you can still get one.
#26
Order placed four days ago and still no stock
#27
They've just dispatched mine
#28
Ordered 2 weeks ago but delivered today! Couldn't be happier with this, bargain of a price
#29
Not particularly impressed with amazon. Orderered in December, still not dispatched and won't be for a few days, and yet they're offering it today for next day delivery to new customers.


Very poor.
#30
gwapenut
Not particularly impressed with amazon. Orderered in December, still not dispatched and won't be for a few days, and yet they're offering it today for next day delivery to new customers.
Very poor.
Mine arrived yesterday
#31
I now have the open reach modem and asus router, i am having trouble setting it up, i wondered if you followed an instruction video please?


Scorpion
themarrons
does this work with fibre? looking to extend the range in my house as my current one doesn't reach the house extension. thanks
It's a router, but doesn't include a fibre modem like the all in one boxes that Sky/BT/Virgin offer. That leaves you with a few options:
1.) Buy a fibre modem from Ebay or similar
2.) Connect this to your Sky/BT/Virgin hub and use the modem in that
3.) Buy the DSL version of this router which has a fibre modem built in
I used option 1.) when I got my one of these about three years ago. I then got a BT fibre modem from ebay for a tenner and hooked it up together. I've used it with Sky Fibre and BT Infinity, setup is pretty simple if you follow some of the online guides.

soton26
I strongly advise anyone against the DSL version, instead buy an Openreach HG612 from eBay and use in conjunction with this deal.

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