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Asus RT-AC86U Wireless Router £127.26 using code @ Ebuyer / Ebay
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Asus RT-AC86U Wireless Router £127.26 using code @ Ebuyer / Ebay

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Posted 19th Dec 2019

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ASUS RT-AC86U is the ultimate choice for gaming,with blistering 2917Mbps Wi-Fi speeds,MU-MIMO technology and powerful game-boosting features including the WTFast game accelerator and Adaptive QoS.

Whether you're gaming online in a heated competition or streaming a live event in 4K UHD,lag and buffering are simply not an option. NitroQAM (1024-QAM) technology on the RT-AC86U delivers a combined 2917 Mbps Wi-Fi speed,ensuring everyone on your network can enjoy smooth streaming and low-latency online gaming.
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Decent price. I paid 125 from very using a code 6 months ago. Solid router.
Ordered. Cheers have some heat 🔥
I was all up for buying this and then realised they lied....it does have a wire coming from it....to the plug socket.

Felt cheated
Does it have a sim slot?
Can this block all the porns?
Annoying, as this is £135 on Ebuyers website. It's pretty much £135 everywhere that ASUS recommends.

Still, a good price with the discount, but could be better if they listed at the same price as their site.
Excellent router to replace that shoddy virgin media contraption. Lots of extra bells and whistles to keep the tech geeks happy on this. Also the range is fantastic and I've not had one single drop out on wifi since buying it and that's with all the family online at the same time. It is quite a big chunk to spend but it pays for itself over time and you get less ear ache from the wife kids. Go buy it !!
jigsy19/12/2019 18:35

Excellent router to replace that shoddy virgin media contraption. Lots of …Excellent router to replace that shoddy virgin media contraption. Lots of extra bells and whistles to keep the tech geeks happy on this. Also the range is fantastic and I've not had one single drop out on wifi since buying it and that's with all the family online at the same time. It is quite a big chunk to spend but it pays for itself over time and you get less ear ache from the wife kids. Go buy it !!



Yep. I had constant wifi drop outs with our Hub 3, at least twice a day I had to reset it. Bought this very same model about 18 months ago and it's been flawless. Stick the Virgin hub in modem mode and use the ASUS as the main hub.

Brilliant bit of kit.
Would there be much difference upgrading from a £20 Belkin AC1900? (it's attached to the Virgin 500MB). Mostly download updates / drivers that's all.

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Quicklite19/12/2019 19:24

Would there be much difference upgrading from a £20 Belkin AC1900? (it's …Would there be much difference upgrading from a £20 Belkin AC1900? (it's attached to the Virgin 500MB). Mostly download updates / drivers that's all.https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01MROPE72/ref=pe_3187911_185740111_TE_item


Seriously a £20 Router v Asus @ £135, if your happy and the Belkin works then no, how uconnectionr
I have one of these, WiFi issues are no more I have hue lights, nest, 2 mobiles 3 laptop and 2 iPads, 5 WiFi cameras, 2 echo, 2 WiFi plugs, soundbar, Xbox, tv, ring doorbell all connected without a single issue - set and forget and everything’s always responsive. The plusnet I had caused freezes on webbrowsers with half the devices. A solid investment
paulcheetham19/12/2019 20:46

I have one of these, WiFi issues are no more I have hue lights, nest, 2 …I have one of these, WiFi issues are no more I have hue lights, nest, 2 mobiles 3 laptop and 2 iPads, 5 WiFi cameras, 2 echo, 2 WiFi plugs, soundbar, Xbox, tv, ring doorbell all connected without a single issue - set and forget and everything’s always responsive. The plusnet I had caused freezes on webbrowsers with half the devices. A solid investment


I'm on plusnet too and considering buying this router.

Did you have to keep the plusnet router for the Internet and use the Asus just for for the internal network?

Any issues setting this router up like that?

Chrs
Quicklite19/12/2019 19:24

Would there be much difference upgrading from a £20 Belkin AC1900? (it's …Would there be much difference upgrading from a £20 Belkin AC1900? (it's attached to the Virgin 500MB). Mostly download updates / drivers that's all.https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01MROPE72/ref=pe_3187911_185740111_TE_item


Depends on your current download speeds and use case.
Savaholic19/12/2019 21:04

I'm on plusnet too and considering buying this router. Did you have to …I'm on plusnet too and considering buying this router. Did you have to keep the plusnet router for the Internet and use the Asus just for for the internal network?Any issues setting this router up like that?Chrs


I think you would need a white BT Openreach box in between as this doesn't have a modem built-in ? Can anyone confirm?
Savaholic19/12/2019 21:04

I'm on plusnet too and considering buying this router. Did you have to …I'm on plusnet too and considering buying this router. Did you have to keep the plusnet router for the Internet and use the Asus just for for the internal network?Any issues setting this router up like that?Chrs


I would get hold of by homehub 6 I had same issues with plusnet. Grabbed one for £8 on eBay and my issues have gone plus the fact plusnet support these hubs as they are by subsidiary company
Mines just turned up too! Ordered 5pm .. arrived just now
kowalski20/12/2019 01:16

I think you would need a white BT Openreach box in between as this doesn't …I think you would need a white BT Openreach box in between as this doesn't have a modem built-in ? Can anyone confirm?


Yep. That is what i use with this router to do the Modem work. Rock solid, i can even play Xbox live without issue through the VPN i have set up on it.
The_Bounty_Bear20/12/2019 14:16

Yep. That is what i use with this router to do the Modem work. Rock …Yep. That is what i use with this router to do the Modem work. Rock solid, i can even play Xbox live without issue through the VPN i have set up on it.


Which VPN supplier you with?
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