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Works with any Broadband provider

BT's 11ac Dual-Band Wi-Fi Extender 1200 has been designed to work with any service provider to make sure everyone can make the most of their

Broadband at home.



Super simple installation



BT’s 11ac Dual-Band Wi-Fi Extender 1200 is easy to use, just plug the device somewhere in the home and link it up to your router, use the range indicator lights on the unit to find the best location in your home to improve your Wi-fi range, and you are ready to enjoy a complete broadband wi-fi experience.



BT's 11ac Dual-Band Wi-Fi Extender 1200 will help you alleviate these problems and make the most out of your broadband at home.

What is Dual-Band?



BT's 11ac Dual-Band Wi-Fi Extender 1200 is Dual-Band ready, allowing you to operate on both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz Frequencies, so long as your router allows it. 2.4 GHz is the default frequency, therefore any device you use will connect to this frequency unless you select otherwise. 5 GHz has a smaller range than the 2.4 GHz but there will be significantly less interference since there are less devices using it.
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Be aware that WiFi extenders are, in the main, pretty useless. If you really need to extend your WiFi get a powerline adapter or a mesh network.
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Be aware that WiFi extenders are, in the main, pretty useless. If you really need to extend your WiFi get a powerline adapter or a mesh network.
Looks quite smart though.
FinbarMcDougal07/02/2020 21:50

Be aware that WiFi extenders are, in the main, pretty useless. If you …Be aware that WiFi extenders are, in the main, pretty useless. If you really need to extend your WiFi get a powerline adapter or a mesh network.


I came here to say this. Stick with HomePlugs if you're on a budget
what are you guys saying, i need to extend the Wifi home coverage why will this not do that?
danuttball44407/02/2020 23:54

what are you guys saying, i need to extend the Wifi home coverage why will …what are you guys saying, i need to extend the Wifi home coverage why will this not do that?



it should do it. But there are better options as others have pointed out. If you can't use Homeplugs then you can give this a try.
danuttball44407/02/2020 23:54

what are you guys saying, i need to extend the Wifi home coverage why will …what are you guys saying, i need to extend the Wifi home coverage why will this not do that?


I still have one, it doesnt get used. Whole home disks may cost way more but they cost less than buying one of these, being disappointed and then buying the whole home disks.
Drop outs, renaming itself, drop outs, and not being recognised on the network one day having worked fine for 10 hours previously.
If you only using it go plug in a wired connection to say a bt tv box then it's ok but wifi wise it did not stay reliable.
I have a BT power line that provides broadband pretty reliably to my garage. Garage is on a separate RCD board. Then it stopped working in the garage. Home is fine. No changes made and nothing different plugged in.

Can anyone recommend a different power line product that may be more reliable or is it likely to be the same outcome?
KEG12308/02/2020 09:42

I have a BT power line that provides broadband pretty reliably to my …I have a BT power line that provides broadband pretty reliably to my garage. Garage is on a separate RCD board. Then it stopped working in the garage. Home is fine. No changes made and nothing different plugged in. Can anyone recommend a different power line product that may be more reliable or is it likely to be the same outcome?


TP link powerline has worked consistently for me without issues for a year or so.

If you can’t get a mesh network to reach the area (which I’m guessing is the case), then I’d just do a soft/hard reset periodically on it.

Otherwise, so casing and run a cable to it from the house.
Maybe not what you want, but an idea regardless re the garage.

I have some wired IP cams on the garage but obviously needed to get the garage on my network for the NVR in the house. So I use a TP-Link Point to Point system then connect to unmanaged 5 port switch in the garage which takes all the IP cam feeds.

VERY reliable. Never drops out. It's maybe a 30 metre unobstructed distance
tp-link.com/uk/…io/

cctvcameraworld.com/how…nk/
Edited by: "BritishDragon" 8th Feb
With a wi fi booster, do these create new "home" wi fi connections that you must then connect al your devices to. I tried one before and it created 2 new wi fi connections, one for 2.4.g and one for 5g, so. I ended up with 3 home connections which didnt work as I already had dozens of smart devices linked to my orginal network which I didn't want to mess with.
mart32117/02/2020 10:23

With a wi fi booster, do these create new "home" wi fi connections that …With a wi fi booster, do these create new "home" wi fi connections that you must then connect al your devices to. I tried one before and it created 2 new wi fi connections, one for 2.4.g and one for 5g, so. I ended up with 3 home connections which didnt work as I already had dozens of smart devices linked to my orginal network which I didn't want to mess with.


There's normally an option to do that or create as existing
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