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BT Broadband Extender 200 Kit, Powerline Adapters (Twin Pack) Was £32.29 now only £14.99

gadget2gadget2

Great price - can't find these any where near £14.99 inc del ,just what i need to connect my samsung smart TV to my router

Works with any Broadband provider
BT's Broadband Extender 200 Kit has been designed to work with any service provider to make sure everyone can make the most of their Broadband around their home.

What does BT's Broadband Extender 200 Kit give you?
Connect any wired device to your home broadband anywhere in your home with our powerline technology and enjoy the full broadband experience. Plug & Play – No install necessary, just instant access to your broadband anywhere in your home!

Everyone loves to be online; and why should you settle for anything other than the complete broadband experience? With BT’s Broadband Extender 200 Kit, you are able to connect any wired device wherever, however and whenever you like.

With up to 200 Mbps* for smooth HD/3D streaming, online gaming or faster downloads, BT's Broadband Extender 200 Kit supports all your online needs.

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    james_lfc
    lordjordysmith
    Has anyone got a solution for my situation, we have 3 separate ring socket fuses one for each floor of the house, therefore using a homeplug on the ground floor won't connect to the plug on the top floor as they are not on the same circuit, is there anyway of getting them to work or is that virtually impossible on separate circuits? I hope that makes sense, thank you in advance


    What would you be using it for? The wireless one that cmrule just posted might be a good option as this could be used to extend the range of your router and it has an ethernet port to hardwire the connection in?
    audioslim
    they work on all rings as long as same consumer unit.
    1m00dybeaver
    My TP link ones have worked on separate rings in both my new house and my old house. Neither had modern wiring (30 years+). You may not get 100% pass through but mine do cope with faultless hd streaming, through my server ( Hp hotukdeals purchase) and Netflix/iplayer etc.
    focaltucker
    I thought with this being a twin pack it gave you the option to have a wired device in two new parts of the home.

    However, it seems not as one is plugged near the router and the other in a place you want to use a wired device.

    Is there a package out there that gives you two recivers in addition to the one that sits next the the router, as I want to wire a device in two different parts of the house?
    ifrazalam
    focaltucker
    I thought with this being a twin pack it gave you the option to have a wired device in two new parts of the home.

    However, it seems not as one is plugged near the router and the other in a place you want to use a wired device.

    Is there a package out there that gives you two recivers in addition to the one that sits next the the router, as I want to wire a device in two different parts of the house?



    You will need to buy an extra unit(s)
    crocodilezzz
    focaltucker
    I thought with this being a twin pack it gave you the option to have a wired device in two new parts of the home.

    However, it seems not as one is plugged near the router and the other in a place you want to use a wired device.

    Is there a package out there that gives you two recivers in addition to the one that sits next the the router, as I want to wire a device in two different parts of the house?
    you will always need N+1 as these are generic homeplug so you will always need one to be plugged into the router unless you want a local network without internet connectivity then you won't need that extra unit.
    focaltucker
    Thanks for confirming...

    The add on unit is £23 which is more then the twin pack... Would you be able to buy 2 twin packs and use one of the extra units from the second set or does it need to be an actual add on to link to the unit near the router? Any idea?
    anglo
    focaltucker
    Thanks for confirming...

    The add on unit is £23 which is more then the twin pack... Would you be able to buy 2 twin packs and use one of the extra units from the second set or does it need to be an actual add on to link to the unit near the router? Any idea?

    Yes. Just buy 2 packs and use 1 from the second pack to complete your network. They are all the same.
    Develo used to do starter packs that had 3 units but Develo tend to cost more than the budget varieties. :)

    PS. You'll probably find that you will use that fourth unit eventually or handy as a spare should one develop a fault after the warranty runs out.

    Edited By: anglo on Jan 20, 2014 13:52
    kjsav123
    Or get These for £13 - does the same job - seeing as they are the same thing....
    toonarmani
    Wonder if these are compatible with Comtrend :|
    anglo
    I just noticed from the pics that the ethernet socket is on the top of this unit, I much prefer it to come out of the bottom rather than loop up and then down.
    joshtbh
    Blimey it's powerline day. Good deal.
    frownbreaker
    reasonl
    lordjordysmith
    Has anyone got a solution for my situation, we have 3 separate ring socket fuses one for each floor of the house, therefore using a homeplug on the ground floor won't connect to the plug on the top floor as they are not on the same circuit, is there anyway of getting them to work or is that virtually impossible on separate circuits? I hope that makes sense, thank you in advance


    I have 3 floors/circuits too but with the router on the ground floor I can still use these on the first floor - haven't tried the 2nd floor yet.


    I have 3 floors 3 consumer unit all connected to one supply and meter works fine not super fast 10/30 mbs ground to loft 70/50mbs ground to 2nd floor. Develo 5 x 200 units and 2 x 500 units not problem. Fine for web etc music / audio and SD video up to 720p would not work in some parts of the house until I updated the firmware on the 200 units but they were 5 years old!!

    All working fine 24x7x365 no issues
    abonio
    focaltucker


    Because the BT ones look better quality??

    RRP might not mean alot these days but £49.99 reduced to £15, as opposed to £19.99 reduced to £12.99, might be argued the £2 quid extra is worth it?

    Or like me, I have something in my Amazon basket and need another order to qualify for the free delivery...
    tristar
    comes with a 3 year guarantee
    abonio
    abonio9 months, 31 minutes ago #37Show comment tools Reply
    tristar
    comes with a 3 year guarantee


    Where does it say that?
    tristar
    abonio
    tristar
    comes with a 3 year guarantee


    Where does it say that?


    the instructions manual inside the box. Last page under 'general information'.
    john808
    Get them free if with sky broadband
    lgmdaniel
    Anyone else had issues with these not working around the house, unless its in the same room I can't seem to get them to work.

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