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Netgear R6250-100UKS Wireless Cable & Fibre Router £59.99 @ Currys

£59.99 @ Currys
£59.99 looks good. Could be worth changing over to one if your cable company supplied mode is lacking somewhat. The range on my hubs ins't all that great, so having a scout around and spotted this one… Read More
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[mod] 2m, 5d agoFound 2 months, 5 days ago
£59.99 looks good. Could be worth changing over to one if your cable company supplied mode is lacking somewhat. The range on my hubs ins't all that great, so having a scout around and spotted this one that seems fair.

Top features:
- Faster browsing with dual-band AC WiFi technology
- Made for sharing with a USB 3.0 port
- Secure surfing to stay safe online
- Easy to use so you can get online quickly

Faster browsing
Perfect for watching HD videos, the R6250 delivers download speeds of 300+1300 Mbps, so you'll be able to stream your videos without waiting for them to buffer. It's also ideal for online gaming without lag.

AC technology provides fast wireless connections throughout your home, and offers Gigabit wired connections to connect your wired devices. The high-powered amplifiers in this router provide connectivity right through your home, so you can connect Smart TVs, laptops and much more.

The R6250 Router-AC1600 offers dual-band WiFi, with a 2.4 GHz and a 5 GHz connection for minimised interference from other devices. Quality of Service (QoS) technology helps to prioritise media streaming, providing smoother video and gaming.

Ideal for fibre optic connections, you can connect over ten devices to your network via this router without slowing your network down.

Made for sharing
Enjoy a connected home when you use the R6250 Wireless Router-AC1600. You will be able to find your photos, videos and other media and share them between your devices or view them on your DLNA-compatible TV or games console.

With the USB 3.0 port built into this router, you'll be able to create a network hard drive or network printer, so everyone in your home can access it. As USB 3.0 is up to 10x faster than USB 2.0 technology, sharing and printing is quick and easy.

Secure surfing
Keep your personal information personal when you use the R6250 Dual Band Wireless Cable Router. It uses WPA/WPA2 technology to protect your wireless network from unwanted intruders, and you can create a guest network that friends can use when they visit, helping to protect the information stored on your network.

You can also protect younger members of your family using the parental controls. These allow you to limit access to inappropriate websites and other content, and even allow you to set time limits. It is ideal if you don't want your child on social networking sites when they should be doing their homework.
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#1
would this work where you use a sky hub purely as a modem and then hook it up to this router for your Wi-Fi? as we all know sky don't like you using third party equipment!
#2
What router is better than a bt smart hub 6 ?
#3
keep it and add BT WHOLE HOME wifi
reviews seem favourable :)

http://m.shop.bt.com/learnmore/bt-branded-products-and-services/bt-whole-home-wi-fi/
#4
cbrown1979
would this work where you use a sky hub purely as a modem and then hook it up to this router for your Wi-Fi? as we all know sky don't like you using third party equipment!


yes, I have another router attached to my sky hub for Kantar shopping panel.
#5
northbank1886
keep it and add BT WHOLE HOME wifi
reviews seem favourable :)

http://m.shop.bt.com/learnmore/bt-branded-products-and-services/bt-whole-home-wi-fi/


better off with Google WiFi, true mesh network, plus add additional units if needed.
#6
cbrown1979
would this work where you use a sky hub purely as a modem and then hook it up to this router for your Wi-Fi? as we all know sky don't like you using third party equipment!
Should do. We have an old Belkin router connected to the Sky router (gives better coverage than the new one from Sky!) and there has never been an issue.
#7
Cheers :)

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