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BT Refurbished Whole Home Wi-Fi Trio £109.99 @ BT Shop | With Full 2 Year Warrranty

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Refreshed 30th Jun (Posted 30th Jun)
Not the cheapest it's been, but still a decent price.

Refurbished stock with full 2 year warranty. Fully tested grade A condition, external packaging may have some minor cosmetic damage.

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shows £199 for me
Same here showing 199
Need to be a previous customer of bt shop got these at £99 couple of month ago bar a slightly battered box they was perfect con
Just got these. Box had a dirty mark on but otherwise was factory sealed and contents look brand new! Very impressed with them so far.
Got these last time around for the same price. For anyone that's worried, they are pristine (Well mine were!)
Edited by: "jerrydaniel1967" 30th Jun
I got these last week, very disappointed, you effectively loose one disk as it has to be plugged into the router. On bt site claims that it doesn't but after speaking to customer support, and looking at the user groups it needs to be. Total waste of a unit.
cvsmjd30/06/2019 13:41

I got these last week, very disappointed, you effectively loose one disk …I got these last week, very disappointed, you effectively loose one disk as it has to be plugged into the router. On bt site claims that it doesn't but after speaking to customer support, and looking at the user groups it needs to be. Total waste of a unit.

I have 3 discs spread across the house. All are connected by ethernet (via a switch to router). Not lost a disc in my case, they all acting as mesh wifi access points.
Do these have a guest network?
Ordered, Thanks
rporteo30/06/2019 14:07

Do these have a guest network?


Yeah they do, you can turn it on/off in the app
Edited by: "adski" 30th Jun
How do you get the legs off to use the wall mount?
Pop the cover off CAREFULLY ! Then there are 2 x philips screws. Only problem is you need a right angle DC plug and CAT(x) connector otherwise it sticks off the wall a HUGE amount
how many ssid's can you set up? ideally i want 3. one for guests, one for my home automation stuff and one for general use for connecting to laptops, phones etc. thanks
cvsmjd30/06/2019 13:41

I got these last week, very disappointed, you effectively loose one disk …I got these last week, very disappointed, you effectively loose one disk as it has to be plugged into the router. On bt site claims that it doesn't but after speaking to customer support, and looking at the user groups it needs to be. Total waste of a unit.


That's nonsense.

I have a two disc set and use both in entirely different parts of the house.
EN1GMA30/06/2019 15:53

how many ssid's can you set up? ideally i want 3. one for guests, one for …how many ssid's can you set up? ideally i want 3. one for guests, one for my home automation stuff and one for general use for connecting to laptops, phones etc. thanks


1 ssid, and a guest network. You can group devices and set access. Guest segregated. Their really good, had mine a couple months been excellent
Shows £199 for me and I am a previous customer. Odd.
So you need to have ordered from bt.com before to get this for £109?
Edited by: "bigup" 30th Jun
mrkang8030/06/2019 13:46

I have 3 discs spread across the house. All are connected by ethernet …I have 3 discs spread across the house. All are connected by ethernet (via a switch to router). Not lost a disc in my case, they all acting as mesh wifi access points.


Doesn’t connecting each by Ethernet to the router defeat the purpose?
Phil_Bennett30/06/2019 16:36

Shows £199 for me and I am a previous customer. Odd.



ms200530/06/2019 16:56

Doesn’t connecting each by Ethernet to the router defeat the purpose?


The 'Get deal' link has now been fixed - have a try now and you should see the right price.
I had these before and all looked new.
I clicked the link and it showed £109 and didn't log in.
Tom.Wilson30/06/2019 16:27

That's nonsense.I have a two disc set and use both in entirely different …That's nonsense.I have a two disc set and use both in entirely different parts of the house.


So to confirm you haven’t got one connected to your main router by Ethernet?
Yes one needs to be wired. I ran a wire upstairs and but a gig 8 port hub so got the lead from there.
Disc one upstairs in bunaglow, 2nf in the porch facing the concrete man cave insulated so the 3rd disc is hung in the window and now have 40meg in the man cave.
It do till I sink the mains underground and will run a data tube as well.
Siddy30/06/2019 17:17

Yes one needs to be wired. I ran a wire upstairs and but a gig 8 port hub …Yes one needs to be wired. I ran a wire upstairs and but a gig 8 port hub so got the lead from there.Disc one upstairs in bunaglow, 2nf in the porch facing the concrete man cave insulated so the 3rd disc is hung in the window and now have 40meg in the man cave.It do till I sink the mains underground and will run a data tube as well.


Yes that’s what I thought. I was replying to Tom Wilson who said ‘That’s nonsense’ to the person who said they had spoke to BT and was told one had to be hard wired into the main router.
I bought 2 from amazon a few months back and could
I get them working.. Perhaps I had faulty ones, but they would not stay connected.
Stitch12330/06/2019 17:15

So to confirm you haven’t got one connected to your main router by E …So to confirm you haven’t got one connected to your main router by Ethernet?


They're all wired in.. but that doesn't mean you lose one? Just get a longer cable???

Cat5e is cheap as chips, Cat6 is just a fraction more expensive - both will suffice.

I have switches and wires running all over the house - the first disc is a good 5-10 metres away from the router.
My first test was to plug it into the tp-link 3port & wifi plug I have in the bedroom to cover the garden etc but both BT & TP gave the same coverage so that's when I upgraded the cat5 to cat6 which ran the cctv upstair to a hub and connected that way.
Homehub 6 wifi is pants at times so had to upgrade.
If you get the hub keep a eye on the app as they need a reboot every now and again.
cvsmjd30/06/2019 13:41

I got these last week, very disappointed, you effectively loose one disk …I got these last week, very disappointed, you effectively loose one disk as it has to be plugged into the router. On bt site claims that it doesn't but after speaking to customer support, and looking at the user groups it needs to be. Total waste of a unit.


Can that be a distance away though (say you had lan going into another room could it be connected there) and if so does the router still broadcast WiFi itself or has it delegated all WiFi signals to the discs?
ms200530/06/2019 16:56

Doesn’t connecting each by Ethernet to the router defeat the purpose?


No...

If you have brick walls so there's poor WiFi signal downstairs but you have a cat 6 cable to a switch behind the telly and you can put one there then it enables you to have a boosted WiFi signal.

Youre not going to hardwire everything in like your phone, tablet, fitbit, echo etc...
These are great. 4 in my house; well one in an outbuilding so full coverage outside and down the garden. They do sometimes need resetting. No idea why. In general makes extending Wi-Fi around the house easier. One has to be plugged in to your router. I have switched Wi-Fi off from the plusnet router as not needed; then renamed the BT Whole Home to be the same as the plusnet and same password so no on had to change anything or reconnect. Highly recommended. Heat to op.
Ordered! Thanks op
Ordered on amazon few weeks back for £158 so can send back and get this.

Got 3 for my detached house. Probably overkill but absolutely rock solid Wifi everywhere, even outside. No resets i have seen.

You dont need 3 if you have a smaller house

Thanks OP!
It says these are 1733 Mbps whereas the ones on Amazon etc are AC2533 - does this mean these are older and slower?
Dundee10030/06/2019 19:03

It says these are 1733 Mbps whereas the ones on Amazon etc are AC2533 - …It says these are 1733 Mbps whereas the ones on Amazon etc are AC2533 - does this mean these are older and slower?


AC2600 gives a data rate of 1733 Mbps on 5GHz.

They are the same as the amazon ones.
Edited by: "Stitch123" 30th Jun
EN1GMA30/06/2019 15:53

how many ssid's can you set up? ideally i want 3. one for guests, one for …how many ssid's can you set up? ideally i want 3. one for guests, one for my home automation stuff and one for general use for connecting to laptops, phones etc. thanks


The general recommendation is to turn off your router wifi but if you leave it on then you'll have the original router wifi, the BTWholehub wifi and also BTWholehub guest - 3 in total.
These are brilliant. I have 4 with one connected by Ethernet to the sky router. I still have the sky Wifi which the Q box and TV are connected too everything else connects to the BT discs. Guest access works fine too. Ability to group the kids devices and turn them off independently is great! Unlike extenders it also means devices can see each other throughout the house and garden with no issues (e.g. all the alexas, or the printer on the other end of the house)
I could do with something better than Sky Q Mesh as the router, box and mini are struggling to cover the house thanks the original 1930s walls now being in the middle of the house. Would love to sling a bit of ethernet around the place but can't see any easy way of doing that short of ripping up floor boards and replastering walls etc. Think I'll wait for Wifi6 and/or the Devolo mesh wifi plugs to come down in price.
Showing as £109 for me!
Pay by Paypal and get for 109 if not a previous customer
ms200530/06/2019 16:56

Doesn’t connecting each by Ethernet to the router defeat the purpose?


Many mesh systems have a wired backhaul option. Wired backhaul works much better than using the wireless option. I get my full broadband speed across the house and garden.

In my case I have a couple of ethernet points in each room so would be stupid to have a mesh system using a wireless backhaul.
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