TP-Link TD-W8968 300Mbps Wireless N USB ADSL2+ Modem Router £22.98 @ Amazon (Buyur) - HotUKDeals
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Purchased one of these as an emergency spare last week, also has USB share connection. Seems to work for me fine, Amazon reviews good as well. Free Delivery.

•All-in-one device: ADSL2+ modem, NAT router, switch and wireless N access point
•2.4 GHz, IEEE802.11 b/g/n, up to 300 Mbps data transfer rates
•USB Port for Storage Sharing, Printer Sharing, 3G Modem Sharing, FTP Server and Media Server
•Supports Internet Protocol IPv6 to future-proof your network
•Ethernet WAN offers another broadband connectivity option for connecting to Cable, VDSL or Fiber modems
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Any good? Looking to get rid of my BT hh5 as FON keeps getting in the way, even though according to BT I have it disconnected.
Any good? Looking to get rid of my BT hh5 as FON keeps getting in the way, even though according to BT I have it disconnected.

This wouldn't perform as well as the HH5 with regards to wireless at least. The HH5 has the AC Wireless which allows your full 'wired' speed through wireless aswell. With this and most other routers, using wireless you will be looking at a ~50% speed loss straight away
Seems to be expired. Cheapest price now £29.
I've got this and it performs slightly better on ADSL connections than my Netgear DG834 and Thomson Technicolour TG585v (it gives slightly faster sync speeds) - wifi range is about the same.

Great little modem router with some useful features. Still good value at £29
Works horribly on Tesco Bb, keeps disconnecting for a couple of seconds. I've replaced it with another one thinking it's faulty but got the same result. I'll stick with Netgear.
I think i ordered tge last one earlier.
Currently using the EE Brightbox.
Stable connection but EE seem to throttle my speed during the PM hours.
Got my pcs running N300mbps cards.

Hoping this will be better. Not sure if itll stop the throttling though.
Anyone got any advice?

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