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BT Mini Whole Home Wi-Fi, Pack of 3 Discs, Mesh Wi-Fi for Seamless, Speedy (AC1200) Connection for £79.99 delivered @ Hughes Direct eBay
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BT Mini Whole Home Wi-Fi, Pack of 3 Discs, Mesh Wi-Fi for Seamless, Speedy (AC1200) Connection for £79.99 delivered @ Hughes Direct eBay

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Posted 16th Oct 2019

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Fast, reliable Wi-Fi for every room. BT Mini whole home Wi-Fi eliminates dead spots, creating a mesh Wi-Fi network around your home. Dual-band AC1200 technology gives multiple users fast reliable Wi-Fi. See who’s online, pause the Internet for everyone or by individual devices, set schedules for the kids bedtimes and create a separate Wi-Fi network for guests. Super smart intelligent Wi-Fi technology automatically connects you to the fastest and strongest signal as you move from room to room. Easy setup, the app guides you to create and set up your whole home Wi-Fi System in minutes. Connection advice for finding the best position for your discs. Comes with BT 3-year manufacturer’s warranty.

  • Easy set up in minutes, works with all UK broadband providers, comes with BT 3-year manufacturer's warranty
  • Connect your BT dual-band AC1200 whole home Wi-Fi solution to your existing wireless broadband
  • Dual-band AC1200 whole home Wi-Fi solution is ideal for downloading music, streaming HD content, or for playing games online
  • Dashboard to see who is online and what devices are connected, pause your Wi-Fi so you are in charge, safe and secure
  • 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)

Extend your wi-fi throughout your home

Perfect for families or households that want all their devices connected to a strong, fast wi-fi signal in every room.

Intelligent wi-fi that covers the whole home

  • Placing the discs around your home gives you full control and gets rid of wi-fi dead spots
  • Automatically connects your devices to the fastest, strongest signal as you move around
  • Even with multiple devices connected you won't lose speed anywhere in your home
Now you can have TV, films, music and games on any device, in any room, with no dead spots or drop-outs.

The super smart app locates the best place for your discs, and gives you ultimate control over your broadband

  • Use the app to view your network, see who's online and even pause the internet
  • Dual-band AC1200 wi-fi gives you fast wi-fi as you move from room to room
  • Three discs remove dead spots, creating a complete wi-fi network, so every device stays connected everywhere in your home
These discs only work with other Mini Whole Home Wi-Fi discs

How many discs do you need?
  • Smaller homes and flats (1-2 bedrooms) - 2 discs recommended
  • Average homes (3-5 bedrooms) - 3 discs recommended
  • Large homes (6+ bedrooms) - 3 discs + add-on disc reccomended

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Josu16/10/2019 07:14

Can they be used as addition to your home router ? I need to sort out …Can they be used as addition to your home router ? I need to sort out signal downstai


Yes you do, I can see your signal cut out before you managed to finish your sentence.
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These or the Tenda deal with free mw6?
888eyeball16/10/2019 03:37

These or the Tenda deal with free mw6?


I have MW3s, but just bought these as MW3s don't allow any channel selection and don't work wirelessly with Now TV smart boxes. Worst case, if no improvement, sell all 3 individually, as 'used' on eBay for about £40 each.
Anyone have these running with Virgin 350mb? Do they handle the speed well?
Someone asking about these. I have the standard bt home mesh. Not the mini. Is anyone able to tell me how they differ, please? Apart from size. Thanks.
FunkiestMonkey16/10/2019 06:06

Someone asking about these. I have the standard bt home mesh. Not the …Someone asking about these. I have the standard bt home mesh. Not the mini. Is anyone able to tell me how they differ, please? Apart from size. Thanks.


The minis are quite a bit slower, not terrible, but lack the top speed of the larger ones and a long way short of the Premium version.
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Don't hold out for the Premium version however - it was due out 1 Oct and I emailed BT the other day who said they were having issues with them and now didn't know when they would be released, but not until at least mid-Nov.
@ukflyboy I didn't even know there was a premium version coming out. Good info. Wonder if i could sell my 4 pack standard with a view to upgrade.
FunkiestMonkey16/10/2019 06:20

@ukflyboy I didn't even know there was a premium version coming out. Good …@ukflyboy I didn't even know there was a premium version coming out. Good info. Wonder if i could sell my 4 pack standard with a view to upgrade.


The Premium version look promising - they are triband so have a dedicated back haul to carry data between nodes and given the model number, look to be wifi 6 compliant.
Unless a super cheap refurb deal comes out for the Refurb ones, I'm holding out until there are some reviews.
Edited by: "ukflyboy" 16th Oct 2019
ukflyboy16/10/2019 06:30

The Premium version look promising - they are triband so have a dedicated …The Premium version look promising - they are triband so have a dedicated back haul to carry data between nodes and given the model number, look to be wifi 6 compliant.Unless a super cheap refurb deal comes out for the Refurb ones, I'm holding out until there are some reviews.


Interested as my son is a keen gamer so I figure the premium wpuld be beneficial....unless that kind of thing is just marketing hype??
FunkiestMonkey16/10/2019 06:36

Interested as my son is a keen gamer so I figure the premium wpuld be …Interested as my son is a keen gamer so I figure the premium wpuld be beneficial....unless that kind of thing is just marketing hype??


Not entirely sure to be honest. I'm sure it won't hurt, but gaming is largely about ping I believe, and not sure what that would be like on these. I know the AI Mesh gaming routers allow you to dedicate a band specifically for gaming activity, but not sure if that is something you can do on these (doubt it) or if it even makes much difference!
Can they be used as addition to your home router ? I need to sort out signal downstai
Edited by: "Josu" 16th Oct 2019
Josu16/10/2019 07:14

Can they be used as addition to your home router ? I need to sort out …Can they be used as addition to your home router ? I need to sort out signal downstai


They have to be plugged into your current router/modem. Most people then turn WiFi off in their ISP provided router, so effectively you need one to provide coverage where your current router is, and then put the discs out around your home to amplify it.
Are these better than those plug in range extenders like the TPLink?
Range extenders dont seem to work in my house, we have mega thick walls.
I’ve 3 of these in my house, the signal is amazing and goes right to the top of the garden, buy it you won’t regret it
Josu16/10/2019 07:14

Can they be used as addition to your home router ? I need to sort out …Can they be used as addition to your home router ? I need to sort out signal downstai


Yes you do, I can see your signal cut out before you managed to finish your sentence.
thabeska16/10/2019 07:29

Yes you do, I can see your signal cut out before you managed to finish …Yes you do, I can see your signal cut out before you managed to finish your sentence.


Amazing price. I got the 2 pack when it was £63.

Your existing router's WiFi can't be part of the mesh network, but I found even one of these discs next to my sky router provided considerably better coverage than the router did
VirtualTempest16/10/2019 07:21

Are these better than those plug in range extenders like the TPLink? Range …Are these better than those plug in range extenders like the TPLink? Range extenders dont seem to work in my house, we have mega thick walls.


Yes, hugely better.
FunkiestMonkey16/10/2019 06:36

Interested as my son is a keen gamer so I figure the premium wpuld be …Interested as my son is a keen gamer so I figure the premium wpuld be beneficial....unless that kind of thing is just marketing hype??


What does he play on?

If it's anything with an ethernet capability then he'll always be better off, lower ping, less jitter and just more reliable. If you can't hardwire, then use some decent gigabit (if your house has decent wiring) Powerline adapters.
Missed the 2 for £60 deal so worked out now (hopefully)
Edited by: "abzolve" 16th Oct 2019
Bit of a noob question:

The first disc is plugged into the router. How are the other discs connected? Is it a physical connection? Do they need power?
This is a great price. I’ve had these for a couple of years now and the signal is perfect all through the house. Very good kit for a very good price. Good find op.
Do these work with sky routers?
1AKY16/10/2019 07:58

Bit of a noob question:The first disc is plugged into the router. How are …Bit of a noob question:The first disc is plugged into the router. How are the other discs connected? Is it a physical connection? Do they need power?


Power yes, physical connection no, they connect via WIFI to each other
1AKY16/10/2019 07:58

Bit of a noob question:The first disc is plugged into the router. How are …Bit of a noob question:The first disc is plugged into the router. How are the other discs connected? Is it a physical connection? Do they need power?


The other discs connect to your main disc via Wi-Fi or ethernet and yes they require power.
stueyg8716/10/2019 06:04

Anyone have these running with Virgin 350mb? Do they handle the speed well?


No you would need the original bt discs for full speed
VirtualTempest16/10/2019 07:21

Are these better than those plug in range extenders like the TPLink? Range …Are these better than those plug in range extenders like the TPLink? Range extenders dont seem to work in my house, we have mega thick walls.


yes , yes and yes again ----- like chalk and cheese -

I got some two foot stone walls and these do seem to through or around them very well
Edited by: "sheepdognwolf" 16th Oct 2019
So I have talktalk standard broadband 14mb ish, and have been fine for years.

Last year we built an extension and the tplink in there works fine for the tv which is connected into it via the Ethernet port. However the WiFi in there is still pretty poor.

Will this still have an Ethernet output to connect to the tv? And drastically improve my WiFi?

Even at this great price it’s still a decent chunk of money.

Thanks
Have seen other folk asking about Sky routers - my concern is that the Sky Q router and boxes create their own mesh which can be very delicate, wouldn't this mess with it?
Gromitlad16/10/2019 08:20

This is a great price. I’ve had these for a couple of years now and the s …This is a great price. I’ve had these for a couple of years now and the signal is perfect all through the house. Very good kit for a very good price. Good find op.


These ones are smaller, lower spec, than the ones that have been around for a few years. They have only been out a few months.

Still a good price though.
Gromitlad16/10/2019 08:20

This is a great price. I’ve had these for a couple of years now and the s …This is a great price. I’ve had these for a couple of years now and the signal is perfect all through the house. Very good kit for a very good price. Good find op.


No, you've got the standard whole home wifi discs, not the minis
I purchased these at the start of the year for a lot more but in all fairness they’re brilliant and easily controllable through the app. Bargain price.
1AKY16/10/2019 07:58

Bit of a noob question:The first disc is plugged into the router. How are …Bit of a noob question:The first disc is plugged into the router. How are the other discs connected? Is it a physical connection? Do they need power?


Yes the app tells you the optimum location in your house but you will require a PowerPoint close to the position you place the second and third disc.
VirtualTempest16/10/2019 07:21

Are these better than those plug in range extenders like the TPLink? Range …Are these better than those plug in range extenders like the TPLink? Range extenders dont seem to work in my house, we have mega thick walls.



I got rid of my homeplugs and replaced them with the full size BT disc kit. Absolutely superb. 4K streaming from server upstairs to Nvidia Shield downstairs no problem.
Edited by: "Metallifux" 16th Oct 2019
I sometimes moan about hot uk deals but the community is a helpful bunch when it comes to I.t.
ukflyboy16/10/2019 07:19

They have to be plugged into your current router/modem. Most people then …They have to be plugged into your current router/modem. Most people then turn WiFi off in their ISP provided router, so effectively you need one to provide coverage where your current router is, and then put the discs out around your home to amplify it.


Thank you mate
Damn I bought the TP Link Deco M5 (pack of 3)last night FROM Amazon for just under £160.

Do these compare the same or better?

Thanks Mark.
I've got bt fiber broadband and is always show (3mb when downloading games). I'm still using a bt home hub 3 and a powerline adapter. Wireless is to show and even connected to the ethernet is the same speed. Will upgrading the router increase the speed?
What's the max wi-fi speed they can handle. Would they work with virgin m100 ?
I have quite poor broadband coverage in my house. Is it worth taking a punt on these mini ones or am I better off spending the extra for the normal size ones?
Found these pointless due to having to leave one plugged into your router at all times.I thoughts you connected them to the router then moved them around the home.Didnt like the idea of having to leave one permanently plugged into your main router.
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