Belkin N300 Wall Plug Mounted Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender/Wireless Signal Booster now only 12.99 (prime) at amazon
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Belkin N300 Wall Plug Mounted Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender/Wireless Signal Booster now only 12.99 (prime) at amazon

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Found 2nd JanMade hot 4th Jan
Extend Wi-Fi coverage - delivers Wi-Fi signal to hard to reach areas of your home or office virtually eliminating dead spots
Boost your connectivity - with speeds of up to 300 Mbps ideal for video streaming
Simple start - simple set-up can be done via laptop, smartphone or tablet device
Broad compatibility - works with all brands of routers and modem routers
Compact design - plugs into a standard wall outlet and has a compact design that fits unobtrusively into any home decor

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Original Poster

thanks for adding info

BT Wifi Extender N300 is £12.97 at Currys... I think that will be a better choice, it also works with all internet providers. ideal for people who don't have Prime or would rather pick themselves.
Edited by: "dominickthedonkey" 2nd Jan

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dominickthedonkey

BT Wifi Extender N300 is £12.97 at Currys... I think that will be a … BT Wifi Extender N300 is £12.97 at Currys... I think that will be a better choice, it also works with all internet providers. ideal for people who don't have Prime or would rather pick themselves.


thanks

thanks op, I went for the bt one in currys, free delivery and use code NETWORKING10 and get an extra 10% off.

thanks dominick

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MAY84

thanks op, I went for the bt one in currys, free delivery and use code … thanks op, I went for the bt one in currys, free delivery and use code NETWORKING10 and get an extra 10% off.


thanks

Original Poster

now showing at £12.86 from amazon

If you don't have Amazon Prime, you still have to pay delivery or be forced to buy something you don't need. I voted hot nevertheless.
Edited by: "dominickthedonkey" 2nd Jan

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dominickthedonkey

If you don't have Amazon Prime, you still have to pay delivery or be … If you don't have Amazon Prime, you still have to pay delivery or be forced to buy something you don't need. I voted hot nevertheless.


thanks for kindness

Original Poster

back at £12.99
Edited by: "KOGONAI" 4th Jan

cold - need to buy £7.01 of extra stuff to get free delivery

Stevie Badman

cold - need to buy £7.01 of extra stuff to get free delivery



Buy two

Stevie Badman

cold - need to buy £7.01 of extra stuff to get free delivery



​Or create a new account with a fresh email address and get a free 30 day trial of Prime...

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jb66

Buy two



asl3312

​Or create a new account with a fresh email address and get a free 30 day … ​Or create a new account with a fresh email address and get a free 30 day trial of Prime...



thanks

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Stevie Badman

cold - need to buy £7.01 of extra stuff to get free delivery


thanks for the honest comment.no problems about the cold vote if this is not for you

I don't know if I got a faulty one but this thing was garbage, didn't work past the initial setup. Got Powerline adapters in the end and set up an old Xiaomi Mi Router.

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spruceyb

I don't know if I got a faulty one but this thing was garbage, didn't … I don't know if I got a faulty one but this thing was garbage, didn't work past the initial setup. Got Powerline adapters in the end and set up an old Xiaomi Mi Router.


that is painful

These are 12:99 in Curry's if lucky enough to find stock.non near me so 15 delivered off eBay and it arrived in a amazon sealed box.

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rickj

These are 12:99 in Curry's if lucky enough to find stock.non near me so … These are 12:99 in Curry's if lucky enough to find stock.non near me so 15 delivered off eBay and it arrived in a amazon sealed box.


cool

KOGONAI

that is painful



I gotta say thanks though for the reminder to return it, and after the refund it will mean I got a Hue bulb for about £10, so every cloud, silver lining etc.

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spruceyb

I gotta say thanks though for the reminder to return it, and after the … I gotta say thanks though for the reminder to return it, and after the refund it will mean I got a Hue bulb for about £10, so every cloud, silver lining etc.


like it

question for the tech wizards! would this or a powerline adapter be better?

My router is in a dining room at the far end of the house so bought this to sit in the hallway outside that room so it boosts the signal through the whole house. Set up was easy and it's sat there without issue for a year. One of the smarter looking types of these also.

rickj

These are 12:99 in Curry's if lucky enough to find stock.non near me so … These are 12:99 in Curry's if lucky enough to find stock.non near me so 15 delivered off eBay and it arrived in a amazon sealed box.



​That means someone bought it cheaper from Amazon after you ordered but had the delivery 'gift sent' to you. Happens a fair bit on eBay tbh.

Genuine question for the tech minded. My virgin router is right at the front of my house, and a speed test in the same room gives me an impressive download speed, but my smart TV at the back of the house struggles to stream video, and in my daughters loft conversion there is virtually no wifi at all. I cannot move the router (our main computer is next to it, connected by ethernet).
Don't want to spend more than I have to, what is my best solution?
Many thanks.

Marvo434

Genuine question for the tech minded. My virgin router is right at the … Genuine question for the tech minded. My virgin router is right at the front of my house, and a speed test in the same room gives me an impressive download speed, but my smart TV at the back of the house struggles to stream video, and in my daughters loft conversion there is virtually no wifi at all. I cannot move the router (our main computer is next to it, connected by ethernet). Don't want to spend more than I have to, what is my best solution?Many thanks.



You might do well to use power line in your house given you want to extend it two ways and use video streaming. How old is the house/electrical wiring?

Marvo434

Genuine question for the tech minded. My virgin router is right at the … Genuine question for the tech minded. My virgin router is right at the front of my house, and a speed test in the same room gives me an impressive download speed, but my smart TV at the back of the house struggles to stream video, and in my daughters loft conversion there is virtually no wifi at all. I cannot move the router (our main computer is next to it, connected by ethernet). Don't want to spend more than I have to, what is my best solution?Many thanks.



I would go with a range extender with external antennas which may be your solution!

amazon.co.uk/NET…700

amuseboy

I would go with a range extender with external antennas which may be your … I would go with a range extender with external antennas which may be your solution!https://www.amazon.co.uk/NETGEAR-EX2700-100UKS-Extender-External-Antennas/dp/B00NIUHAG6/ref=sr_1_1?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1483700356&sr=1-1&keywords=ex2700


Thank you amuseboy, I've ordered one of your suggested devices now.

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still at £12.99
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