NETGEAR D7000-100UKS Nighthawk AC1900 Dual Band 600 + 1300 Mbps Wireless (Wi-Fi) VDSL/ADSL Modem Router for Phone Line Connections (BT Infinity, YouView, TalkTalk, EE and Plusnet Fibre) @ amazon (PRIME) - HotUKDeals
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NETGEAR D7000-100UKS Nighthawk AC1900 Dual Band 600 + 1300 Mbps Wireless (Wi-Fi) VDSL/ADSL Modem Router for Phone Line Connections (BT Infinity, YouView, TalkTalk, EE and Plusnet Fibre) @ amazon (PRIME) £109.99

£109.99 @ Amazon
Key Features Fast VDSL2/ADSL2+ modem builtin for highspeed DSL With speeds of up to 1.9 Gbps the Nighthawk D7000 Supports ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2+ and VDSL/VDSL2 and is compatible with any Internet ser… Read More
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Key Features

Fast VDSL2/ADSL2+ modem builtin for highspeed DSL

With speeds of up to 1.9 Gbps the Nighthawk D7000 Supports ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2+ and VDSL/VDSL2 and is compatible with any Internet service provider via the Gigabit Ethernet WAN port so you can future proof your network.

In addition to faster and more reliable Wi-Fi connectivity, Nighthawk also provides advanced features to make most of your home network – remote access using OpenVPN, personal secure cloud using ReadyCLOUD, remote router management using genie App, reliable backup to USB HDD.

Fast VDSL2/ADSL2+ modem built in for highspeed DSL

Simultaneous dual band Wi-Fi - up to 600 + 1300 Mbps.

Dual-core processor boosts wireless, wired and WAN-to-LAN performance.

High-powered amplifiers and antennas to extend your Wi-Fi coverage.

Beamforming+ boosts speed, range and reliability of Wi-Fi connections.

Gigabit wired - suitable for HD video and online gaming.

Super speed USB 3.0 port for faster connections

ReadySHARE Vault - automatic PC back up to USB HDD connected to router.

Price has dropped to £109.99
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1 Like #1
WOW, brilliant deal, for all you guys who don't really understand routers, this one allows you to ditch your Sky and BT routers without needed a open reach box to handle the fibre connection :)


I have this router and it is rock solid
1 Like #2
Had one of these until last year, decent router and a good upgrade from OEM stuff especially for its customisation (Tomato etc) but these were £70 in recent Warehouse 20% off offer. Unless you're in a rush I'd hang fire.

I'm now using its bigger brother the R7800 and can also recommend it, occasionally on offer for £129 which is the price I paid.

Edited By: The_Hoff on Jun 12, 2017 09:35: Jun 12, 2017 09:35
#3
Aeschylus
WOW, brilliant deal, for all you guys who don't really understand routers, this one allows you to ditch your Sky and BT routers without needed a open reach box to handle the fibre connection :)


I have this router and it is rock solid

Works fine for Virgin Media too, you just put the Superhub in modem mode and use the Netgear for routing.
2 Likes #4
The_Hoff
Had one of these until last year, decent router and a good upgrade from OEM stuff especially for its customisation (Tomato etc) but these were £70 in recent Warehouse 20% off offer. Unless you're in a rush I'd hang fire.I'm now using its bigger brother the R7800 and can also recommend it, occasionally on offer for £129 which is the price I paid.


The R7800 is just a router so its not "its bigger brother" as the D7000 is a Modem & Router.

The D8500 is its biggest brother but at great cost

Its intermediate brother is also available.

Edited By: TheBiker on Jun 12, 2017 09:50: Jun 12, 2017 09:50
#5
Interesting review here that basically says that there is not much improvement in range over BTHub5 https://www.avforums.com/review/netgear-d7000-modem-router-review.11931
#6
wordsworth
Interesting review here that basically says that there is not much improvement in range over BTHub5 https://www.avforums.com/review/netgear-d7000-modem-router-review.11931

However it does state the connection was "rock solid" and did not require rebooting. My own performs much better than the one Vodafone supplied and I very rarely have to reboot it.
1 Like #7
I have the new Sky Q Hub but not happy with its range. Can I replace this one with Sky Q Hub?
1 Like #8
showing as £111.99 now
#9
wordsworth
Interesting review here that basically says that there is not much improvement in range over BTHub5 https://www.avforums.com/review/netgear-d7000-modem-router-review.11931

I always tell people there is nothing wrong with the HH5, it is hands down the best OEM router out there, however range is not everything, and reviews can not note ongoing issues, a quick look at BT forum will let you see lots and lots of issues with the HH... but yes, millions of people can happily stay on their HH, after market routers are simply not aimed at the happy with just a connection crowd
#10
drsaurabhg
I have the new Sky Q Hub but not happy with its range. Can I replace this one with Sky Q Hub?

yes
#11
wordsworth
Interesting review here that basically says that there is not much improvement in range over BTHub5 https://www.avforums.com/review/netgear-d7000-modem-router-review.11931

But which of the two BT hub 5s are they comparing it to. BT Hub 5A has completely different hardware to the BT hub 5B, I believe the A is supposed to have the best wifi of the two.
#12
how to get the 10% discount??
#13
TheBiker
The_Hoff
Had one of these until last year, decent router and a good upgrade from OEM stuff especially for its customisation (Tomato etc) but these were £70 in recent Warehouse 20% off offer. Unless you're in a rush I'd hang fire.
I'm now using its bigger brother the R7800 and can also recommend it, occasionally on offer for £129 which is the price I paid.
The R7800 is just a router so its not "its bigger brother" as the D7000 is a Modem & Router.
The D8500 is its biggest brother but at great cost
Its intermediate brother is also available.

Wrong.

They do modem+router and router only models of all models, there's an equivalent 7800 model for either use case.

The 7800 is significantly better, particularly from a processor perspective if you plan to utilise the VPN functionality. Throughput in my house (solid brick) was also better.

The other point to be aware of with the r7000 is the need to use the latest firmware, there's a vulnerability that was issued early 2017 which is fixed via firmware.

Edited By: The_Hoff on Jun 12, 2017 13:39: .
#14
10% voucher no longer available. Price now is £111.99
#15
Bought a used New:Like New for ~£105. Must be worth it.

Thanks OP
#16
Price has dropped to £107.58. Price changes once in basket.
#17
I have one of these, I have tried the BT5 and the latest BT Smartypants Hub and NEITHER perform anywhere near the Netgear. Common sense tells you that a so called " free " router is never going to be as good as a decent brand one.
#18
Would this work with vodafone fibre broadband? cheers
#19
hayd100
Would this work with vodafone fibre broadband? cheers
Yes. This is a fibre router. I use BT Infinity with it. Just as a matter of info, I use the wifi with 2 mobiles, 2 TV's, 2 sky boxes, 2 laptops, 3 tablets, 1 wired pc, obviously not all at the same time but there are usually at least 6 using the wifi and it delivers to all with no problems.


Edited By: st8mike on Jun 12, 2017 18:47
#20
Aeschylus
drsaurabhg
I have the new Sky Q Hub but not happy with its range. Can I replace this one with Sky Q Hub?

yes


Hey, is there much setup in these for sky? I was looking at the NETGEAR R8000-100UKS, also (also up on hotukdeals) but not sure if it includes a modem? Have read some pieces online about updating the firmware etc and some work arounds but I'd rather avoid that if I can. I'm sick of the terrible sky router.
#21
st8mike
hayd100
Would this work with vodafone fibre broadband? cheers
Yes. This is a fibre router. I use BT Infinity with it.
Until very recently Vodafone wouldn't allow you to use your own equipment and so wouldn't give out the required login details. They will now give this out if you have (or say you have) an approved Openreach modem; VDSL Modems
So it will probably work once you piece together the required information. But don't expect any help from Vodafone.
#22
IT.Troll
st8mike
hayd100
Would this work with vodafone fibre broadband? cheers
Yes. This is a fibre router. I use BT Infinity with it.
Until very recently Vodafone wouldn't allow you to use your own equipment and so wouldn't give out the required login details. They will now give this out if you have (or say you have) an approved Openreach modem; VDSL Modems
So it will probably work once you piece together the required information. But don't expect any help from Vodafone.
I had Voda Home as it was called back in 2003, I used my own router then, you just need to be persistent to get the log in details.
#23
tommymcelroy
Aeschylus
drsaurabhg
I have the new Sky Q Hub but not happy with its range. Can I replace this one with Sky Q Hub?
yes

Hey, is there much setup in these for sky? I was looking at the NETGEAR R8000-100UKS, also (also up on hotukdeals) but not sure if it includes a modem? Have read some pieces online about updating the firmware etc and some work arounds but I'd rather avoid that if I can. I'm sick of the terrible sky router.
Easy to set up, ( has a " genie " ) to do it for you mostly. Will work with almost any ISP, you just need your log in details.
#24
vodafone say the router is not BT approved??
#25
st8mike
I had Voda Home as it was called back in 2003, I used my own router then, you just need to be persistent to get the log in details.
That wouldn't have been fibre though. The restrictions they impose (now lifted slightly) are for fibre connections. As I said, you can get your login details so long as you say have a modem on their (outdated) approved list. They will not help with the settings required to configure a modern all-in-one router like this. In most cases you need to add @broadband.vodafone.co.uk to whatever username they give you.

Edited By: IT.Troll on Jun 13, 2017 09:18
#26
IT.Troll
st8mike
I had Voda Home as it was called back in 2003, I used my own router then, you just need to be persistent to get the log in details.
That wouldn't have been fibre though. The restrictions they impose (now lifted slightly) are for fibre connections. As I said, you can get your login details so long as you say have a modem on their (outdated) approved list. They will not help with the settings required to configure a modern all-in-one router like this. In most cases you need to add @broadband.vodafone.co.uk to whatever username they give you.
The question wasn't adsl or fibre, it was whether you could get your login details to use your own router from voda, I was merely pointing out that you could as I did as far back as 2003.
#27
Price has dropped to £103.43
#28
What was the original deal price with the code?
#29
hayd100
What was the original deal price with the code?


Was £111.99 minus 10%
#30
Now down to £99 & shrapnel......
#31
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