NETGEAR EX2700 Mini 300 Mbps Wi-Fi Range Extender with External Antennas (Wi-Fi booster) £14.99 Prime or £18.98 non prime @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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NETGEAR EX2700 Fast 300 Mbps Extender.

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#1
Great bit of kit, bought this 6 months ago for this price, easy to set up and works brilliantly .
#2
Will this works with my sky fiber? Thanks
#3
Does the £18.98 non prime include delivery?
3 Likes #4
This has been £14.99 for ages now..
#5
omarmahmood
Does the £18.98 non prime include delivery?
NO, its £20 to qualify for free delivery.
#6
I bought this one a month back. Very easy to set up. I'm not convinced that it has made any difference to the wifi signal in my house.
1 Like #7
These are excellent, we got one for my parents who live in a very thick stone walled house, the router wouldnt touch some rooms at all but with this picking up the signal downstairs (from 4G router upstairs; they live out in the sticks and can't get anything over 1mb with a crap landline) and re distributing they have full coverage throughout the house! Like previous posters have said a breeze to set up and in a month hasn't disconnected which is a god send with my not very tech savvy old parents...All that said though, we paid £14 for this off amazon way back in November so seems consistent price...
1 Like #8
TheBiker

omarmahmood
Does the £18.98 non prime include delivery?
NO, its £20 to qualify for free delivery.


According to hukd rules that needs to be mentioned in the description.
Being sold on ebay for £17.98 free shipping from various sellers with 100% feedback and over 20,000 reviews.

Edited By: omarmahmood on Jan 09, 2017 19:11: .
#9
omarmahmood

According to hukd rules that needs to be mentioned in the description.
Seeing as you know so much why did you ask the obvious?



Edited By: TheBiker on Jan 09, 2017 19:34
#10
TheBiker
omarmahmood

According to hukd rules that needs to be mentioned in the description.
Seeing as you know so much why did you ask the obvious?




I didn't know if it was free delivery that's why I asked. It wouldn't be obvious to everyone.
#11
I have 2 of these at home and can't get it work as both of them have the same name and reuse to extend
1 Like #12
The wifi in my house isn't slow but the coverage isn't good, this solved that and I get the same speeds on both 2.4/5Ghz extended networks as I do from my router.

vickyindelhi
I have 2 of these at home and can't get it work as both of them have the same name and reuse to extend

Are you configuring these using the WPS button alone? If you configure the first one using the WPS button, you should be able to reconfigure it from its web page. I logged into my router to see what IP address the extender was assigned, you then browse to that IP address, e.g. http://192.168.1.1

Once there you should be able to rename the extended wireless networks. That way when you connect the second extender there isn't a conflict.

Edited By: CHAOSEN3 on Jan 09, 2017 23:21

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