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BT WiFi Range Extender 300 Kit (Booster) £12.97 (with Prime) £16.96 (non prime) @ Amazon

£12.97 @ Amazon
Bring the internet to your devices Works with all Broadband providers Simple, secure, push-button Wi-Fi connection Uses N300 dual-band Wi-Fi technology Multiple HD/3D TV streaming, faster download… Read More
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6m, 4w agoFound 6 months, 4 weeks ago
Bring the internet to your devices
Works with all Broadband providers
Simple, secure, push-button Wi-Fi connection
Uses N300 dual-band Wi-Fi technology
Multiple HD/3D TV streaming, faster downloads and online gaming

Product Description
BT Wi-Fi Extender 300 Kit (Booster) - White.

Box Contains
BT Wi-Fi Extender 300
User Documentation
happymanuk Avatar
6m, 4w agoFound 6 months, 4 weeks ago
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#1
The Amazon price/deal was already linked from the Currys' deal
1 Like #2
Thanks op, hot & just what I'm after!.... What be the curry's deal?
1 Like #3
Amazon price matched currys
Currys are free delivery

http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing-accessories/networking/wifi-range-extenders/bt-wifi-range-extender-n300-10137172-pdt.html

Edited By: westy90 on Dec 27, 2016 15:49: .
banned 2 Likes #4
Thanks! - Great deal. I would rather purchase from Amazon than Currys any day. There is no comparison with regards to after sales service.
1 Like #5
Thanks ordered - My brother in law was looking for a cheap one to easily pair with his BT Router.
#6
the price listed is for the worse one. the one that eveyone uses is double the listed price. click the deal link and read the amazon reviews
#7
Bit confused here, I have a router downstairs, however, I need something to extend something to get better range for the computers upstairs. There's no phone upstairs, but plenty of power plugs. I guess this isn't it?.
#8
monsterism
Bit confused here, I have a router downstairs, however, I need something to extend something to get better range for the computers upstairs. There's no phone upstairs, but plenty of power plugs. I guess this isn't it?.


You just need to pair this with your router then plug it into a socket upstairs. then switch whatever device your using to this extension.
#9
note. you can't match the ssid name if that matters to anyone else. no good if you have sonos as this causes an issue (you can technically change it but it broadcasts on same channel so not great)

Edited By: oscarita on Dec 28, 2016 12:32: clarity added
#10
purvesmarky
monsterism
Bit confused here, I have a router downstairs, however, I need something to extend something to get better range for the computers upstairs. There's no phone upstairs, but plenty of power plugs. I guess this isn't it?.
You just need to pair this with your router then plug it into a socket upstairs. then switch whatever device your using to this extension.

So I need two plugs?.

One for downstairs to plug to the router, and another plug upstairs?.
#11
monsterism
purvesmarky
monsterism
Bit confused here, I have a router downstairs, however, I need something to extend something to get better range for the computers upstairs. There's no phone upstairs, but plenty of power plugs. I guess this isn't it?.
You just need to pair this with your router then plug it into a socket upstairs. then switch whatever device your using to this extension.
So I need two plugs?.
One for downstairs to plug to the router, and another plug upstairs?.

No, this plug links wirelessly to your router.
#12
BigOrkWaaagh
monsterism
purvesmarky
monsterism
Bit confused here, I have a router downstairs, however, I need something to extend something to get better range for the computers upstairs. There's no phone upstairs, but plenty of power plugs. I guess this isn't it?.
You just need to pair this with your router then plug it into a socket upstairs. then switch whatever device your using to this extension.
So I need two plugs?.
One for downstairs to plug to the router, and another plug upstairs?.
No, this plug links wirelessly to your router.

OK I get it, so plug it upstairs and then pair it. However, how do I pair it?. DOn't I need to type in the passwrod for the router?.
#13
Don't range extenders kill Wifi speeds?
#14
monsterism
BigOrkWaaagh
monsterism
purvesmarky
monsterism
Bit confused here, I have a router downstairs, however, I need something to extend something to get better range for the computers upstairs. There's no phone upstairs, but plenty of power plugs. I guess this isn't it?.
You just need to pair this with your router then plug it into a socket upstairs. then switch whatever device your using to this extension.
So I need two plugs?.
One for downstairs to plug to the router, and another plug upstairs?.
No, this plug links wirelessly to your router.

OK I get it, so plug it upstairs and then pair it. However, how do I pair it?. DOn't I need to type in the passwrod for the router?.


There will be instructions.
#15
monsterism
BigOrkWaaagh
monsterism
purvesmarky
monsterism
Bit confused here, I have a router downstairs, however, I need something to extend something to get better range for the computers upstairs. There's no phone upstairs, but plenty of power plugs. I guess this isn't it?.
You just need to pair this with your router then plug it into a socket upstairs. then switch whatever device your using to this extension.
So I need two plugs?.
One for downstairs to plug to the router, and another plug upstairs?.
No, this plug links wirelessly to your router.

OK I get it, so plug it upstairs and then pair it. However, how do I pair it?. DOn't I need to type in the passwrod for the router?.


Just plug it into a socket next to your router and press the pair button, then move it to a socket upstairs.
#16
I currently have a net gear extender and personally don't rate them I much prefer powerline adapters but hey just personal preference and something to research :D
1 Like #17
Thanks ordered
#18
These really don't work very well. I got some for my dad as I assumed they'd pair well with his BT router, but the speed and range is really poor.
#19
monsterism
purvesmarky
monsterism
Bit confused here, I have a router downstairs, however, I need something to extend something to get better range for the computers upstairs. There's no phone upstairs, but plenty of power plugs. I guess this isn't it?.
You just need to pair this with your router then plug it into a socket upstairs. then switch whatever device your using to this extension.
So I need two plugs?.
One for downstairs to plug to the router, and another plug upstairs?.
Would this suit any wifi or only for BT. I with vodafone, Wifi doesn't work well in the rooms though all on ground floor. Costing extras on phone data charges.
#20
kavinah
Would this suit any wifi or only for BT. I with vodafone, Wifi doesn't work well in the rooms though all on ground floor. Costing extras on phone data charges.

BT is just the make of these. They can be used with any Wi-Fi connection regardless of your internet provider.
#21
happymanuk
kavinah
Would this suit any wifi or only for BT. I with vodafone, Wifi doesn't work well in the rooms though all on ground floor. Costing extras on phone data charges.
BT is just the make of these. They can be used with any Wi-Fi connection regardless of your internet provider.
Thanks
1 Like #22
JAMESPETERS1
Thanks! - Great deal. I would rather purchase from Amazon than Currys any day. There is no comparison with regards to after sales service.


Yep totally agree!

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