BT Mini Wi-Fi Home Hotspot Broadband 600 Kit Powerline Adapter Pack of 2 - White at Ebay/PhoneOutlet for £21.99 - Refurbished
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BT Mini Wi-Fi Home Hotspot Broadband 600 Kit Powerline Adapter Pack of 2 - White at Ebay/PhoneOutlet for £21.99 - Refurbished

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Found 6th May
Found these almost half price for refurbished ones and they come with a years warranty.

Here is the description from the website:
Using your Wi-Fi Home Hotspots - By BT

Works with any Broadband provider
BT's Mini Wi-Fi Home Hotspot 600 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 required
BT’s Mini Wi-Fi Home Hotspot 600 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 use
With BT’s Mini Wi-Fi Home Hotspot 600 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 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 Broadband
BT's Mini Wi-Fi Home Hotspot 600 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 Kit will help you alleviate these problems and make the most out of your broadband at home.

Compatible with other technologies
BT's Mini Wi-Fi Home Hotspot 600 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 Kit utilizes HomePlug AV600 Powerline technology, and can be integrated with any other AV technology devices in your home.

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

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Doesn't link to anything
BT WiFi 600 it's £21.99 not free
Goes to nowhere
Ag20143 m ago

BT WiFi 600 it's £21.99 not free


Haha, never crossed your mind it might be a mistake
Dead link....
TinyRick5 m ago

Doesn't link to anything


Yes it does. I just tried it.
How do these work? Do you have to sign in to a different network or is it just an extension of your router?
Anything BT related deserves to be cold
99dealz11 m ago

Haha, never crossed your mind it might be a mistake


That's why I corrected it
Phil-osopher1010 m ago

How do these work? Do you have to sign in to a different network or is it …How do these work? Do you have to sign in to a different network or is it just an extension of your router?


A powerline is basically different to an extender. Extenders use wireless signal to pick up your router and extend the connection if you can't reach somewhere.

A powerline will have 2 parts. One will act like a router (let's say you have a huge house and use it on the other side of it, it's useful), and the other will work as just one to connect to in a wired way. For example, connecting to your PC. So a lot of people who want another access point use this. It uses your electric circuit to pick up your routers signal, so when connecting to that access point, it's full bars. A WiFi extender is not always full bars as it's wireless.
Dillz_15 m ago

A powerline is basically different to an extender. Extenders use wireless …A powerline is basically different to an extender. Extenders use wireless signal to pick up your router and extend the connection if you can't reach somewhere.A powerline will have 2 parts. One will act like a router (let's say you have a huge house and use it on the other side of it, it's useful), and the other will work as just one to connect to in a wired way. For example, connecting to your PC. So a lot of people who want another access point use this. It uses your electric circuit to pick up your routers signal, so when connecting to that access point, it's full bars. A WiFi extender is not always full bars as it's wireless.



You are incorrect. These extend your existing network. One connects to your router via ethernet and the other can be connected to any power socket on the same circuit. Providing a strong connection without running cables across the property. Also wifi powerline extenders work in the same way. One connects via ethernet and the other in a different room receives the wired signal and then broadcasts wifi across to other devices giving a strong wifi signal in an area you wouldn’t necessarily get it. What you explained is essentially a hub.
Edited by: "2minutenoodles" 6th May
LewsTherin25 m ago

Anything BT related deserves to be cold


I’d have to agrEE there!
This whole HUKD thing confuses the hell outta me.
This is a worse product for more expensive yet it's 200° hotukdeals.com/dea…412
My listing is -30° because it's better? Lol, it's hilarious. I've bought them and they're great, allowed me to extend via power line to another building and then have WiFi in that building.
99dealz44 m ago

This whole HUKD thing confuses the hell outta me.This is a worse product …This whole HUKD thing confuses the hell outta me.This is a worse product for more expensive yet it's 200° https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bt-broadband-extender-600-powerline-adapter-kit-twin-pack-2299-curryspc-world-2935412My listing is -30° because it's better? Lol, it's hilarious. I've bought them and they're great, allowed me to extend via power line to another building and then have WiFi in that building.


You should really mention in the title that these are refurbished.
Heat from me. I bought the 3 pack for £40 and they have been flawless so far. Worth mentioning it has dual ethernet sockets on the plug.

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2minutenoodles8 h, 18 m ago

You are incorrect. These extend your existing network. One connects to …You are incorrect. These extend your existing network. One connects to your router via ethernet and the other can be connected to any power socket on the same circuit. Providing a strong connection without running cables across the property. Also wifi powerline extenders work in the same way. One connects via ethernet and the other in a different room receives the wired signal and then broadcasts wifi across to other devices giving a strong wifi signal in an area you wouldn’t necessarily get it. What you explained is essentially a hub.


Well yeah I meant the same network. I did forget the ethernet router part. But isn't this similar to what I said. Because my one is a powerline and we have one which acts like an access point. So we can connect to that in another room wirelessly.
copperspock5 h, 52 m ago

You should really mention in the title that these are refurbished.


One years warranty, good as new when I had them, still had the cellophane on it. Thought HUKD would be more interested in the price than if it's new or just reboxed. But yes it is refurbished.
99dealz3 h, 6 m ago

One years warranty, good as new when I had them, still had the cellophane …One years warranty, good as new when I had them, still had the cellophane on it. Thought HUKD would be more interested in the price than if it's new or just reboxed. But yes it is refurbished.


I think people would be interested in both :). There's enough space to mention it in the title.
copperspock12 h, 0 m ago

I think people would be interested in both :). There's enough space to …I think people would be interested in both :). There's enough space to mention it in the title.


Done, doesn't matter anyway I don't think as it's cold.
Hmm - quite disappointed in the performance. I knew not to reasonably expect 100+Mb/s (Using the ethernet port). I have no idea what your '600 Mbps' is supposed to represent when the box claims 100Mb/s.

In my flat for two sockets next to each other I could only get aroud ~36Mb/s, slower in real world terms than my Wi-fi.
These were supposed to replace running ethernet across my floor, but this just won't do.

Yes you can run off the list of environmental issues that can affect speeds but I still feel duped.
Edited by: "Jamesd_" 12th May
Bought these. Great item. Plug and play. No set up.
Worked a treat
Ordered, thanks OP.
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