BT Mini Wi-Fi 600 Home Hotspot Powerline Adapter Kit (Pack of Three) £39.99 Delivered (Re-Certified Refurbished) Delivered @ Telephones Online via eBay/Amazon
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BT Mini Wi-Fi 600 Home Hotspot Powerline Adapter Kit (Pack of Three) £39.99 Delivered (Re-Certified Refurbished) Delivered @ Telephones Online via eBay/Amazon

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Works with any Broadband providerBT's Mini Wi-Fi Home Hotspot 600 Multi Kit has been designed to work with any service provider to make sure everyone can make the most of their Broadband at home.

Plug & Play - No installation requiredBT’s Mini Wi-Fi Home Hotspot 600 Multi Kit is so easy to use, All you need to do is plug one unit into your wall socket and connect it to your router, plug the other unit into your wall socket wherever you need it in the house, and connect any wireless device, or your devices with an ethernet cable, and you are ready to enjoy a complete broadband wi-fi experience.

Simple to useWith BT’s Mini Wi-Fi Home Hotspot 600 Multi Kit, you can freely move the additional plug around the home to suit your needs, simply plug it into the wall and connect up any wired or wireless device to enable internet, you are able to connect any wired or wireless device wherever and whenever you like. BT's Mini Wi-Fi Home Hotspot 600 Multi Kit can support all your online needs with up to 600 Mbps for smooth HD/3D streaming, online gaming or faster downloads.

Make the most of your BroadbandBT's Mini Wi-Fi Home Hotspot 600 Multi Kit will help you solve a variety of broadband problems you might have around your home. Connecting up a PC for an online gaming experience or Smart TV, freeview boxes and laptops. BT's Mini Wi-Fi Home Hotspot 600 Multi Kit will help you alleviate these problems and make the most out of your broadband at home.

Compatible with other technologiesBT's Mini Wi-Fi Home Hotspot 600 Multi Kit is compatible with other BT Extender products, you can purchase more kits and link them up together to create a larger network in your home. It is also compatible with a few other AV HomePlug powerlines so you can add them to an existing network in your home. The Mini Wi-Fi Home Hotspot 600 Multi Kit utilizes HomePlug AV600 Powerline technology, and can be integrated with any other AV technology devices in your home.

Better for the environmentEco credentials come as standard with built-in power saving and fully recyclable packaging.

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These items offer excellent value for money along with the reassurance that they are supported by a full 12 month The Phone Outlet warranty.
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Bought mine yesterday, dual ethernet ports sold it for me

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I can use the steam link and TalkTalk box from the same outlet.

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Edited by: "Bob_Green" 9th Feb
Good price. Not for me as they have 100Mbps ethernet ports.
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rev62 m ago

Good price. Not for me as they have 100Mbps ethernet ports.


I bought them for the router to PC to Steam Link, the input lag is terrible on the steam link through Wi-Fi
So one has to have a LAN cable plugged into it at all times and the other 2 are free to be placed wherever or can all 3 be used anywhere?
Morrow001 m ago

So one has to have a LAN cable plugged into it at all times and the other …So one has to have a LAN cable plugged into it at all times and the other 2 are free to be placed wherever or can all 3 be used anywhere?


No. The base plug needs to be plugged into the router. The others don't. They can be used for 2 devices each.
rev62 m ago

No. The base plug needs to be plugged into the router. The others don't. …No. The base plug needs to be plugged into the router. The others don't. They can be used for 2 devices each.


Okay thanks for the info. Could just buy two wifi extenders then to do the same job then?
Morrow0012 m ago

Okay thanks for the info. Could just buy two wifi extenders then to do the …Okay thanks for the info. Could just buy two wifi extenders then to do the same job then?


Wi-fi extenders with ethernet ports? Yes that'll work but I think powerline adapters ideally are more stable. In my experience
Is this a WiFi extender sort of thing? Sorry for the noob Question
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rev63 h, 56 m ago

Good price. Not for me as they have 100Mbps ethernet ports.


Description says 600mbps
Had these and they cut out a lot, bt sent a 2nd set for free and the same happens
deleted1995099th Feb

Description says 600mbps


Ethernet ports are 100Mbps. Limited by that.
Only single band 2.4Ghz.. Most routers and new devices also work on 5Ghz (Dual band).... But otherwise not too bad given then have 2 ethernet ports.
deleted1995099th Feb

Description says 600mbps



deleted1995099th Feb

Description says 600mbps


Found this on bt website - says as an extender you get up to 600mbps but as a hotspot you only get up to 150mbps
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Ironic that they're BT, yet their broadband and WiFi is probably THE worst on the market anyway.
darkstryder3603 h, 19 m ago

Ironic that they're BT, yet their broadband and WiFi is probably THE worst …Ironic that they're BT, yet their broadband and WiFi is probably THE worst on the market anyway.


I bought their wifi boosters a while back and its utterly useless! I would never buy or use any of their products again.
Ive even had the bthub routers and they were awful apart from the hub3 which worked better than the newer ones at least.
Dan__1 h, 57 m ago

I bought their wifi boosters a while back and its utterly useless! I would …I bought their wifi boosters a while back and its utterly useless! I would never buy or use any of their products again. Ive even had the bthub routers and they were awful apart from the hub3 which worked better than the newer ones at least.


Yeh even the Hub 3 is a pain. Took my Xbox home for Xmas and tried hooking it up to my parents BT and wouldnt accept connection unless I had fiddled with the DMZ and port forward settings.

My virgin at home, a doddle.
Had issues with these. Had then connected to use the same SSID as my router but it would never connect to strongest signal. Even after resetting to their own SSID devices would connect to the unit in the other room not the one right next to it. Got sick of it all in the end and splashed out on the bt whole home mesh WiFi system. Expensive but it's been great so far. Intelligently swaps devices to the strongest point in the mesh. Obviously a different price range to this though.
My friend said this is better than just wireless plug or dongle.Is that true?
Its for my son's pro gaming. Wi fi downstairs so need something for his room.
Any recommrndations please?
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