BT Mesh home Wi-Fi, pack of 2, £94.99 at Amazon
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BT Mesh home Wi-Fi, pack of 2, £94.99 at Amazon

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Found 8th Apr
Its been £99.99 recently but looks like Amazon have now taken another fiver off. Hope it helps someone

  • Two discs create a complete Wi-Fi network for flats and smaller homes with 1-2 bedrooms, removing Wi-Fi dead spots
  • Use the app to see who is online, pause the internet, schedule Wi-Fi access including bedtimes and create a guest network
  • Easy set up in minutes with step by step instructions in the whole home Wi-Fi app
  • Works with all UK broadband providers, AC2600 Dual-Band Wireless technology
  • Intelligent Wi-Fi technology automatically connects you to the fast and strong signal as you move from room to room (Wi-Fi roaming and band steering)
  • Comes with 2-years manufacturer's warranty
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Certainly not the cheapest ever. A quick search would demonstrate that I'm afraid.
Been as low as £90 recently.
Still a good price. Bought mines for 99 and very happy with the setup
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GibsonSt198 m ago

Certainly not the cheapest ever. A quick search would demonstrate that I'm …Certainly not the cheapest ever. A quick search would demonstrate that I'm afraid.


My apologies, I did a quick search and only saw £99 for the twin set, I will edit my title accordingly
Edited by: "nictry" 8th Apr
Had these for a couple of weeks and they're great.
nictry26 m ago

My apologies, I did a quick search and only saw £99 for the twin set, I …My apologies, I did a quick search and only saw £99 for the twin set, I will edit my title accordingly


It's a good price though, just not the lowest.
I bought mine for £89.99. Got 2 twin packs to have coverage throughout my house. Unfortunately it was giving me problems yesterday but seems to have rectified itself. It was taking an age to load up simple web pages, seemed to struggle to gain a connection. All my discs are placed in excellent / good locations. Don't know if anybody could shed some light on this issue?
You could still get another £5 off with the Amazon toolbar offer at the moment to help with the price - hotukdeals.com/dea…168
Been this price for a while... didn't post as it's been this price since being 90
Hassann3 h, 12 m ago

I bought mine for £89.99. Got 2 twin packs to have coverage throughout my …I bought mine for £89.99. Got 2 twin packs to have coverage throughout my house. Unfortunately it was giving me problems yesterday but seems to have rectified itself. It was taking an age to load up simple web pages, seemed to struggle to gain a connection. All my discs are placed in excellent / good locations. Don't know if anybody could shed some light on this issue?


Wondering how you know the discs are in excellent / good locations? Did you do a full RF survey including spectrum analysis?
I too got them for about £90 from BT but must admit I'm not too convinced that they're much better than the BT superhub. A third one literally 10 feet away doesn't get a full (blue light) signal. Anyone else sceptical about*
WiFi improvement claims?

P:(
In my case they're a definite improvement on a Homehub 5
Hassann3 h, 47 m ago

I bought mine for £89.99. Got 2 twin packs to have coverage throughout my …I bought mine for £89.99. Got 2 twin packs to have coverage throughout my house. Unfortunately it was giving me problems yesterday but seems to have rectified itself. It was taking an age to load up simple web pages, seemed to struggle to gain a connection. All my discs are placed in excellent / good locations. Don't know if anybody could shed some light on this issue?


There’s an issue with current firmware
pill22 m ago

I too got them for about £90 from BT but must admit I'm not too convinced …I too got them for about £90 from BT but must admit I'm not too convinced that they're much better than the BT superhub. A third one literally 10 feet away doesn't get a full (blue light) signal. Anyone else sceptical about* WiFi improvement claims? P:(


10ft away from what?
windta1ker8th Apr

10ft away from what?


From the next BT "Disk," with a direct line of sight between the two.
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