BT Customers: Save £40 on Whole Home Wi-Fi £148.99 @ BT
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BT Customers: Save £40 on Whole Home Wi-Fi £148.99 @ BT

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Found 28th MarEdited by:"know1"
Whole Home Wi-Fi - Triple Pack Only£149.00

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Cheaper since they broke it. 😃
I still don't understand why a 2pk works out to £45 each but a 3pk is £50.

Got the 2pk myself - huge improvement on my Virgin Superhub and enough coverage for my 3 bedroom semi.
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Plus if your with Nectar it's 2 points per pound spent = nearly £1.50 worth

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Cheaper since they broke it. 😃
vaiopup3 m ago

Cheaper since they broke it. 😃


I read the same on their forums with lots of people having issues after the last update. Oddly I have never had an issue with my discs. I have always updated the firmware and my discs are stable.
I still don't understand why a 2pk works out to £45 each but a 3pk is £50.

Got the 2pk myself - huge improvement on my Virgin Superhub and enough coverage for my 3 bedroom semi.
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I still can't justify nearly £150 or even the £90 for 2 as I hardwire 2 SmartrHubs together (turn off BTwifi), it maybe a bit flaky but serves the purpose well enough. BB will be beamed over 5G soon anyway!! won't it?
know136 m ago

I still can't justify nearly £150 or even the £90 for 2 as I hardwire 2 S …I still can't justify nearly £150 or even the £90 for 2 as I hardwire 2 SmartrHubs together (turn off BTwifi), it maybe a bit flaky but serves the purpose well enough. BB will be beamed over 5G soon anyway!! won't it?


Hopefully, but you'll still have to have a way for your non-mobile devices to connect to broadband, which would most likely be a 5G dongle plugged into the router as the easiest way.. then the dongle will be the WAN instead of the modem and landline.
Comes up as £189 for me and I'm a BT customer. Has the deal now finished?
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leweli13 m ago

Comes up as £189 for me and I'm a BT customer. Has the deal now finished?


​No 'til 9th April.... Try logging in
Edited by: "know1" 28th Mar
know111 m ago

​No 'til 9th April.... Try logging in


I was logged in.....
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leweli33 m ago

I was logged in.....


May be stock has gone? EDIT; No,sometimes it works sometimes it don't, this is the link form my eMail the OFFER was sent withBT Shop
Offer available until 09/04/2018 for consumer customers ordering online via BT Shop or while stocks last.
Edited by: "know1" 28th Mar
mrkang802 h, 8 m ago

I read the same on their forums with lots of people having issues after …I read the same on their forums with lots of people having issues after the last update. Oddly I have never had an issue with my discs. I have always updated the firmware and my discs are stable.


Same here, with the latest update. No problems with it, and it's actually improved the performance.
know126 m ago

May be stock has gone? EDIT; No,sometimes it works sometimes it don't, …May be stock has gone? EDIT; No,sometimes it works sometimes it don't, this is the link form my eMail the OFFER was sent withBT Shop Offer available until 09/04/2018 for consumer customers ordering online via BT Shop or while stocks last.


Your link worked! Thanks so much
Sup. Sorry to hijack the thread but does anybody know if you can connect a 4th disc. I've tried but can't seem to get it too work
coolhandan5 m ago

Sup. Sorry to hijack the thread but does anybody know if you can connect a …Sup. Sorry to hijack the thread but does anybody know if you can connect a 4th disc. I've tried but can't seem to get it too work


I recall reading that you can have up to 6 discs total per network. Your issues may be due to the latest FW which has been causing problems for many.
Great bit of kit. Lucky for me I’ve not had any problems since the last update either. They have been a massive improvement on the Virgin hub 3 both for signal and speed.
coolhandan14 m ago

Sup. Sorry to hijack the thread but does anybody know if you can connect a …Sup. Sorry to hijack the thread but does anybody know if you can connect a 4th disc. I've tried but can't seem to get it too work


Yep! I bought and am using 2x 2packs all on the same mesh network. I just had to plug each of them into the wired network briefly on set up.
coolhandan27 m ago

Sup. Sorry to hijack the thread but does anybody know if you can connect a …Sup. Sorry to hijack the thread but does anybody know if you can connect a 4th disc. I've tried but can't seem to get it too work



Depends what you mean by "can't get it to work". Is the 4th showning a red light?

I have a 6 disc setup and until the latest firmware it was rock solid.

If I remember correctly I also had problems adding more discs and I had to factory reset and rebuild the mesh network one by one again i.e. factory reset setup disk 1 and then go through the add procedure for the remaining 5. A complete pain but worked.

You might have better luck with the BT Forums.
Got 4 ordered for just under £180 from Amazon
Themadcow4 h, 7 m ago

I still don't understand why a 2pk works out to £45 each but a 3pk is …I still don't understand why a 2pk works out to £45 each but a 3pk is £50.Got the 2pk myself - huge improvement on my Virgin Superhub and enough coverage for my 3 bedroom semi.


It's weird how yours doesn't function well in a 3 bed, yet mine reaches the end of my yard!
I have these they are fantastic.
joshm6 h, 10 m ago

Good point, 1st thing to do with these would be to disable automatic …Good point, 1st thing to do with these would be to disable automatic updates until they release some FW that addresses the current issues.


I just installed a twin pack last night and updated the firmware. Zero problems here, so perhaps it's already fixed.
5% Quidco cashback possible too as it is a BT-branded product. Search for product code CDXHXJ00 on the site.

Didn't seem to check if I was a BT customer (unless it picked up my PlusNet (BT Group) IP address when ordering).
Edited by: "gettingwarmer" 28th Mar
thats a big price drop, something new on its way???
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irradiated27 m ago

thats a big price drop, something new on its way???



Maybe this ?
Oh Yeah! and a fw update to fix the issues a shed load of customers have been having.
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Resonate12 m ago

How?


2×Twin packs
Thank you, heat! I just ordered from Amazon at £189.99. Sending back and purchased this!
prototypeahl4 h, 55 m ago

Thank you, heat! I just ordered from Amazon at £189.99. Sending back and …Thank you, heat! I just ordered from Amazon at £189.99. Sending back and purchased this!


You’re welcome !
A few things:
1. Cold because can get 2 for less than £90.
2. Mine were flaky for a day but then I rebooted my original router (as well as disabling its wifi which I had done the day before anyway), and that was nearly 2 weeks ago, and been fine since.
3. I have 1 hard-wired into a switch which works a treat as it is away in a far corner of my house.
4. I had not option of disabling the firmware update. When I was installing second disk it started updating without me able to stop the process.
5. For some reason, the app insists you set location services on.
vaiopup19 h, 2 m ago

Cheaper since they broke it. 😃


Here, here. Junk product since late December.
Cold. Way too many problems reported on their support forums; looks like this product was broken with the last update and no sign of any fix.
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Istanbul_Kop1 h, 37 m ago

Here, here. Junk product since late December.

​I have their top of the range phone that was junk for months until they issued a fix and it's now the best phone I've ever had. I'm sure any issues will be ironed out soon. As with all new tech it usually pays to wait until time has passed for the bugs to be found and squashed or you take a gamble!
joshm28th Mar

Good point, 1st thing to do with these would be to disable automatic …Good point, 1st thing to do with these would be to disable automatic updates until they release some FW that addresses the current issues.


I have had these for 2 weeks, upgraded the firmware on first install, I have had no issues at all. Achieving an extra 15-20 Meg throughout the house. Better than wifi extenders and boosters or replacing my talk talk router.
Used your link to get them for £148.99. What a great find, thanks for posting it.
Hi all. About to set mine up but not sure about what I do with my NAS Drive. Do I leave it attached to the BT hub so even if my laptop connects to the new whole WiFi network, will it still see my NAS Drive ?? Thanks Ps all my other devices hue , hive etc are also attached to my BT hub
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Wolves383 h, 22 m ago

Hi all. About to set mine up but not sure about what I do with my NAS …Hi all. About to set mine up but not sure about what I do with my NAS Drive. Do I leave it attached to the BT hub so even if my laptop connects to the new whole WiFi network, will it still see my NAS Drive ?? Thanks Ps all my other devices hue , hive etc are also attached to my BT hub

​Ask BT or s'where else btsupport.custhelp.com/app…%3D
know117 h, 47 m ago

​Ask BT or s'where else h …​Ask BT or s'where else https://btsupport.custhelp.com/app/answers/list/c/8071/session/L3RpbWUvMTUyMzEwODgzNC9zaWQvQmJNVmNBSm4%3D


Thanks. Been doing a lot of searching but could not find the answer. Will contact BT. Hopefully it’s simple 😁 Appreciate the reply
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Last day of the deal today...I couldn't resist a bargain with eBay on a Twin set of these (got fed up with the poor man router extension-acting as WiFi extender). Got a slightly, how you say 'soiled' (just open box and used for a while) for under £80.Highly recommended, but not at the Retail prices.
Using the latest firmware proves good with no problems.
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