Billion BiPAC 7800N Dual WAN ADSL2+/Broadband Wireless-N Gigabit Firewall Modem Router @ Amazon £94.49 - HotUKDeals
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I've had one of these for 10 months now and it's been brilliant. I'm on a difficult rural phone line and it's better than anything else I've tried.
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#1
good price, but overhyped router, tried one and signal was bas, ended up returning it and getting a netgear ,
#2
These have been replaced by the DXL range. Beware I could not max out my 80Mb FFTC line with one of these. They are great reliable routers but don't have the best spec. I have now replaced with a Bintec RS230aw and Cisco AP. Also paid around £105 for mine over a year ago.
#3
Best router I ever had but looking old on specs now:

No usb
No dual band wifi
No Wifi-ac

Very good and stable device in my opinion, well supported by Billion, not saying its obsolete but I'd be wanting all of the above in a router this price these days.
#4
Actually this one looks interesting

BiPAC 8800NL - built in VDSL modem for Infinity etc. Cheap, no dual-band or ac wifi but has usb

New one one me, looks nice for the money though
#5
I have one, and love it. Rock solid. Never had a problem, and absolutely love the SNR margin tweak, which has resulted in me increasing my sync rate by 40%.
#6
I had one but the wifi chip just stopped working 14 months after buying it. :/
#7
Had problems with our Samsung S3 phones connecting to ours. Wifi not great on it. Otherwise reliable.
#8
JoeUK
I had one but the wifi chip just stopped working 14 months after buying it. :/

Me too. Common issue judging from the reviews and Google searches.
#9
WBRacing
JoeUK
I had one but the wifi chip just stopped working 14 months after buying it. :/

Me too. Common issue judging from the reviews and Google searches.

Often caused by the hot glue they use inside, cleaning that gunk off usually cures the wifi problem.
#10
JoeUK
I had one but the wifi chip just stopped working 14 months after buying it. :/


I'm pretty sure billion will repair that fault for up to two years after purchase - worth giving them a call!

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