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BT Whole Home Wi-Fi (Pack of 3 Discs) - £134.99 - eBay/revolutiontradinguk

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Cheapest I've seen for these brand new. Currently £31 cheaper than the Warehouse options on Amazon.

I posted a deal from these guys for a Xbox One S at £108 at the back end of last year, and I don't recall any issues been highlighted with them.

They're currently £182.28 on Amazon.



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Super-fast, secure and easy to set up with any broadband provider. Three discs work out of the box to blanket your home in Wi-Fi. Even when you have multiple devices connected you won't lose speed, so you can stream, watch, share and download anywhere in the home. Our intelligent app will tell you where to put each disc to get the best connection, and the discs self-configure, so they know exactly where you and your devices are, and when to switch your devices from one disc to another to get the strongest and fastest connection.

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  • Works with all UK broadband providers, AC2600 Dual-Band Wireless technology
  • Three discs create a complete Wi-Fi network for medium to larger homes with 3-5 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
  • 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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Weehamish14 m ago

If your bt hub cant cover your house something is wrong... bt hub 5 is …If your bt hub cant cover your house something is wrong... bt hub 5 is very good for wifi. These things are basically used for massive buildings not houses...


That's honestly not true. The BT hub is excellent but depending on your house construction and where your phone line comes in these are very useful. We needed 4 of these to get good coverage across our 5 bed house.
These are pants
RobynSellers12/02/2019 07:21

I have two and they work well for me. Previously had cheapest wall plug …I have two and they work well for me. Previously had cheapest wall plug extenders that didn’t do the job. To be fair I could do with one extra one so if you have a large 4 bed detached house then three is what you will probably need. My folks were recently sent done if these directly from bt. They are black. They have no need for them so I tried to install them at mine with my white ones. I couldn’t get it to setup. Has anyone reading this a clue as to what I am going on about?! 😬 if someone has a mix of these how did you get them to work?


The black discs only work with the new BT hub2 router.
windta1ker12th Feb

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agreed! got 4 in my house and they are great.
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That's a good price, so heat added, but I'm just not sure I want to buy routers from eBay...!
Got 2 of these from amazon at Xmas for 80. Well worth the cash.
These are pants
That does seem exceptionally cheap for these. Any concerns over seller/authenticity?
Edited by: "DarkWhite" 11th Feb 2019
Estimated delivery, 25 Feb. That's two weeks. Why?
I have two and they work well for me. Previously had cheapest wall plug extenders that didn’t do the job. To be fair I could do with one extra one so if you have a large 4 bed detached house then three is what you will probably need.
My folks were recently sent done if these directly from bt. They are black. They have no need for them so I tried to install them at mine with my white ones. I couldn’t get it to setup. Has anyone reading this a clue as to what I am going on about?! 😬 if someone has a mix of these how did you get them to work?
If your bt hub cant cover your house something is wrong... bt hub 5 is very good for wifi. These things are basically used for massive buildings not houses...
Weehamish14 m ago

If your bt hub cant cover your house something is wrong... bt hub 5 is …If your bt hub cant cover your house something is wrong... bt hub 5 is very good for wifi. These things are basically used for massive buildings not houses...


That's honestly not true. The BT hub is excellent but depending on your house construction and where your phone line comes in these are very useful. We needed 4 of these to get good coverage across our 5 bed house.
windta1ker12th Feb

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agreed! got 4 in my house and they are great.
Have these over a month now and massive improvement over the virgin hub when you disable the Wi-Fi on the virgin router, no dead spots in a house with 3 levels. Can also check with the app and change Wi-Fi devices that are using the wrong signal and connect the discs to Ethernet devices as well around the house.
Edited by: "Wodja" 12th Feb 2019
These are really good, Got 2 (should have 3 really), they give much better coverage than VM superhub 3 and powerline wifi clone used to do and are much stabler not requiring a reset yet
windta1ker12/02/2019 07:25

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Got a Victorian home, would need one for each room in the home because they have terrible range. Try not to get too upset that someone has criticised your buying choices eh?
RobynSellers12/02/2019 07:21

I have two and they work well for me. Previously had cheapest wall plug …I have two and they work well for me. Previously had cheapest wall plug extenders that didn’t do the job. To be fair I could do with one extra one so if you have a large 4 bed detached house then three is what you will probably need. My folks were recently sent done if these directly from bt. They are black. They have no need for them so I tried to install them at mine with my white ones. I couldn’t get it to setup. Has anyone reading this a clue as to what I am going on about?! 😬 if someone has a mix of these how did you get them to work?


Thats pretty strange. I wonder if anyone else has had the same issue? Ive got 2 white discs at home but was thinking of upgrading to get the new home and a disc for free. Does the disc just not pair with the network?
RobynSellers12/02/2019 07:21

I have two and they work well for me. Previously had cheapest wall plug …I have two and they work well for me. Previously had cheapest wall plug extenders that didn’t do the job. To be fair I could do with one extra one so if you have a large 4 bed detached house then three is what you will probably need. My folks were recently sent done if these directly from bt. They are black. They have no need for them so I tried to install them at mine with my white ones. I couldn’t get it to setup. Has anyone reading this a clue as to what I am going on about?! 😬 if someone has a mix of these how did you get them to work?


The black discs only work with the new BT hub2 router.
kenny009uk15 m ago

Thats pretty strange. I wonder if anyone else has had the same issue? Ive …Thats pretty strange. I wonder if anyone else has had the same issue? Ive got 2 white discs at home but was thinking of upgrading to get the new home and a disc for free. Does the disc just not pair with the network?


As below it seems you can’t mix the white ones with black ones. However if you have bt and their new hub they will give you a new black disc with it. You can then call them back and ask for an additional 2 extra black discs for free
ibzy45825 m ago

The black discs only work with the new BT hub2 router.


Glad you told me this. Cheers. PS does anyone know the difference been the black and white discs.
Edited by: "kenny009uk" 12th Feb 2019
Bought 3 over xmas and wifi been rock solid. Very good kit. Highly recommend.
I've been using these for some time now and when they work they work well. We have a large house and found that we need 6 discs in total (3 upstairs and 3 downstairs) to get good wifi across the house. We had tried wifi extenders before but they were very intermittent.

My main gripe with them is that sometimes they lose connection without warning - you only notice it when you lose some wifi or look at the app on your phone and find that some have gone red or orange (indicating signal problems). They might be stable for a few weeks or only a few hours - there seems no clear rationale as to their behaviour. You then either have to reboot the whole system or manually restart the offending discs (by unplugging for 10 secs and then replugging them in again). They are all running the latest firmware.


Overall are they worth it - Yes. Are they still infuriating at times - Yes. Do I wish BT would sort it out - Yes.
Return mine as all my amazon echos just keep drop there connection when playing music, even with the newest firmware.

Done a number of network traces and the packet loss and latency was crazy. Ended up going for Ubiquiti APs. Like night and day.
These are fine for a standard 76mb fibre connection, but couldn’t cut it when we moved to a 300mb service.
DarkWhite15 h, 45 m ago

That does seem exceptionally cheap for these. Any concerns over …That does seem exceptionally cheap for these. Any concerns over seller/authenticity?


Looks like revolutiontradinguk is a trading name for Caversham Finance Ltd, who trade on the high street as Brighthouse. I can't comment on authenticity but seller seems to be a legit company.
This or the Google WiFi twin pack (ignoring the extra disc for a moment)?
Weehamish12/02/2019 07:29

If your bt hub cant cover your house something is wrong... bt hub 5 is …If your bt hub cant cover your house something is wrong... bt hub 5 is very good for wifi. These things are basically used for massive buildings not houses...


Our BT hub was excellent...until we renewed our infinity 2 subscription, and we have noticed a significant deterioration in our Wi-fi performance ever since. Up/down speeds are good on line test so I my paranoid alter ego is questioning whether they have the ability to throttle Wi-fi performance from their hub routers as a ploy to get customers to sign up to their BT Complete Wi-fi package !
ibzy45812/02/2019 08:37

The black discs only work with the new BT hub2 router.


Thanks for that. Wife prefers black downstairs for aesthetic reasons. I would have been f*cked if I’d bought black ones to link to my whitey upstairs.....
How do these compare to just using this amazon.co.uk/Ubi…QVG

I have read that this or a set of these are a canines under crackers!
#humblebrag I need x amount of these cause I’ve got a bloody massive house. Ahem.
Edited by: "Simonlovell100" 12th Feb 2019
As if it's not expensive enough buying broadband then to have to buy extra equipment to get it to reach round the home seems unreasonable. I can't believe people can't make modern day routers do the job or using things like power line adapters provided by the company
That's a great deal. I have 3 discs connected to Virgin Media. Not had a single issue with them and love the fact you have a LAN connection on the rear of each disc.
As the picture shows you get one which plugs into your current router and basically takes over its wireless duties and then the other two discs can go anywhere in the house as long as one of them is in range of the first one etc.
Just thought I'd mention because I bought the two pack and thought I could use my existing bt hub and then extend with the other two. Anyway, just the two disc can cover a massive area anyway so it all works fine.
Just to offer some alternative advice....maybe a decent router to start with.....pretty well everything offered by the isp's these days is supplied by the lowest bidder. Ive got an old 40's 4 storey house with solid walls and my asus router gets everywhere and, being an IT nerd (for a job) and having lots of kids it deals with in excess of 20+ wireless along with a 48port network switch with hard wired stuff also......It handles all of it with ease and i get loads of nifty tools/features that come on the router also. Just an alternative.
comfysofa12/02/2019 20:29

Just to offer some alternative advice....maybe a decent router to start …Just to offer some alternative advice....maybe a decent router to start with.....pretty well everything offered by the isp's these days is supplied by the lowest bidder. Ive got an old 40's 4 storey house with solid walls and my asus router gets everywhere and, being an IT nerd (for a job) and having lots of kids it deals with in excess of 20+ wireless along with a 48port network switch with hard wired stuff also......It handles all of it with ease and i get loads of nifty tools/features that come on the router also. Just an alternative.


For the uninitiated are you able to point us Luddites in the direction of a specific good value model you could suggest?
I’ve had poor wifi for the last ten years with multiple providers, Sky, Virgin, EE, Now TV etc etc. I bought this 3 disc kit from Amazon on Black Friday and is the best £180 I have ever spent. It just works! I have a 1940’s four bed semi detached house.
Edited by: "triops" 12th Feb 2019
Weehamish13 h, 47 m ago

If your bt hub cant cover your house something is wrong... bt hub 5 is …If your bt hub cant cover your house something is wrong... bt hub 5 is very good for wifi. These things are basically used for massive buildings not houses...


I've got a BT Superhub in the living room of my 1 bed flat and have weak signal in the adjacent bedroom and unreliable signal in the bathroom.
Got these, they are the only solution that worked in a 1920s 6 bed with an attic. One on each floor. Doesn't quite reach the very back of the house with a strong signsl (2 bar WiFi) but worked better and faster than anything else.
I just don't get this. Those mesh devices are designed to cover houses that are 200 - 300m2 you find on the continent not a those little boxes in UK.
Edited by: "mtsk" 12th Feb 2019
kestrel19602 h, 6 m ago

Thanks for that. Wife prefers black downstairs for aesthetic reasons. I …Thanks for that. Wife prefers black downstairs for aesthetic reasons. I would have been f*cked if I’d bought black ones to link to my whitey upstairs.....



I’ve met your wife, she likes black upstairs and out the back as well
Weehamish14 h, 34 m ago

If your bt hub cant cover your house something is wrong... bt hub 5 is …If your bt hub cant cover your house something is wrong... bt hub 5 is very good for wifi. These things are basically used for massive buildings not houses...


Our house is a rectangle and the router is at one end. No signal at the other end through 5 or 6 walls
alexmurphy0112/02/2019 21:29

Got these, they are the only solution that worked in a 1920s 6 bed with an …Got these, they are the only solution that worked in a 1920s 6 bed with an attic. One on each floor. Doesn't quite reach the very back of the house with a strong signsl (2 bar WiFi) but worked better and faster than anything else.


I’m not that impressed with mine. I’ve found that they just aren’t strong enough to reach from the drawing room into the servants quarters. I’d better keep looking.
Weehamish15 h, 59 m ago

If your bt hub cant cover your house something is wrong... bt hub 5 is …If your bt hub cant cover your house something is wrong... bt hub 5 is very good for wifi. These things are basically used for massive buildings not houses...


I work with a variety of routers on a daily basis and the hub 5 and hub 6 do have decent Wi-Fi coverage... but you will still have black spots in most normal size houses.

Much to do with router location, interference from other electrical appliances, house size, wall make up, etc. Try a Wi-Fi heat map app.

Decent third party routers will provide better coverage, e.g. Draytek. Bigger antennas... Size, does in fact, matter.

Mesh systems, however, are the bees knees.
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