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BT Comtrend Powerline HD Ethernet Female Kit £39.97 + Free Del.
BT Comtrend Powerline HD Ethernet Female Kit £39.97 + Free Del.

BT Comtrend Powerline HD Ethernet Female Kit £39.97 + Free Del.

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First post, hope it's alright for you animals.

Got an email from BT with a few discounted products on it and saw this. Available untill close of play on the 3rd of May.

Possible 10% with quidco too.

Powerline adapters are the ideal way of creating a home network or complementing an existing Wi-Fi connection. By providing a secure high speed connection and great service quality, Powerlines allow you to watch Standard and High Definition (HD) movies as well as play online games without interruption or pixilation; share photos, music and other media stored on a PC or compatible storage device anywhere in your home. Powerline Adapters will help you reach those areas of your home where Wi-Fi signal is either too weak or cannot reach. Other usages of Powerline adapters include IP-CCtv surveillance cameras, setting up an office network without the need to add more wires or rewire if you change your office configuration.

What's in the box?

The following items are included in your PG902 package:

* A pair of PG902 adapters
* One Ethernet cable
* One copy of this user guide

6 Comments

200mbps as well, not bad

One thing to note:

This product is compatible with all other DS2 powerline adapters - it … This product is compatible with all other DS2 powerline adapters - it isn't compatible with the "Homeplug" adapters.



& this made me laugh

On average, there are 45 outlets in a home

Kind of already posted at the same price...
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The BT shop is discussed as an alternative.

Original Poster

Sorry, never noticed the other post, rookie mistake.

Same deal, but better quidco and free delivery, both mentioned in a comment on the previous post.
But shouldn't a fresh post be made to allow direct link to BT which offers better quidco and free delivery instead of leaving it as a Dabs deal with less quidco reward and with delivery to be paid for?
Sorry if any of this has been discussed before.

still showing stock:whistling:

Original Poster

It's up at full price again. So much for the May weekend deal. It's still April and it's gone back to std price - and so too has the Dabs deal refered to earlier.

Reading the comments it seems these doubled in price recently anyway (to £80?) so £40 will probably happen again.
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