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Posted 14th Sep

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Decent price here for the 3 pack set - use the code SEPT15 to get it for £135.99. As always you can do a free click and collect from the stores.

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Wi-Fi dead spots will be a thing of the past with the BT Whole Home Wi-Fi System. Ideal for an average-sized home with three to five bedrooms, this innovative kit comes with three discs, which talk to all your gadgets in order to automatically connect you to the fastest, strongest signal as you move from room to room.

Whether you’re in the basement or the attic, you can stay connected and enjoy your favourite TV, films, music and games whenever you want – even if there are lots of other devices using Wi-Fi at the same time.

This super-useful device is controllable from the app, which provides guidance on how to set it up easily, spots technical issues and tells you how to fix them, shows you who’s online to ensure you stay in control, and allows you to pause the internet with one tap. It also has bedtime controls so you can set schedules for individual users or groups of devices to limit screen time at night, while a secure guest network keeps your home network safe. It's easy to share details via the app, see at a glance which devices are connected and block any you don't recognise. It’s Wi-Fi at its simplest and at its best.

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Are these any better than them plug in WiFi extenders
SajidAli-ad629.0611314/09/2019 17:58

Are these any better than them plug in WiFi extenders


Yes, generally significantly better as these will talk between the three of them to ensure good WiFi coverage and you'll move seemlessly between each hub without knowing it. Mesh is more expensive, but far better than a WiFi extender.
Time for a Deco @MrSwitch

If your "mesh" requirements are not fulfilled, these will do the job noice, at this price! Not as good as the D-Link COVR-2202 set I wish I had got you a set for £71, but solves all blackspots for sausage money, in up to a 4 bed
bitcoin514/09/2019 18:40

Time for a Deco @MrSwitch If your "mesh" requirements are not …Time for a Deco @MrSwitch If your "mesh" requirements are not fulfilled, these will do the job noice, at this price! Not as good as the D-Link COVR-2202 set I wish I had got you a set for £71, but solves all blackspots for sausage money, in up to a 4 bed


I think it's a bit too much to spend tbh bitty
ukflyboy14/09/2019 18:09

Yes, generally significantly better as these will talk between the three …Yes, generally significantly better as these will talk between the three of them to ensure good WiFi coverage and you'll move seemlessly between each hub without knowing it. Mesh is more expensive, but far better than a WiFi extender.


Thank you
I'm looking forward to seeing some reviews on the new WiFi 6 Premium version when they are released in a couple of weeks. These are no slouch, but imagine faster WiFi plus an additional band for back haul should give a big boost to performance!
Would be same price in BT shop with free echo dot
I am waiting on the new version to drop which have not been released yet, lol I would like to have Wi-Fi 6 built in which the new ones have but there just way way to expensive.

there called Premium Whole Home Wi-Fi
meridiusuk15/09/2019 08:27

I am waiting on the new version to drop which have not been released yet, …I am waiting on the new version to drop which have not been released yet, lol I would like to have Wi-Fi 6 built in which the new ones have but there just way way to expensive.there called Premium Whole Home Wi-Fi


Same here, though want to see how the new ones perform first. Assume there will be a few reviews start to emerge over the next couple of weeks. If they perform better than the standard ones, then first hint of a price drop and I'm in!
How do these compare to the Tenda MW6? I assume they effectively serve the same purpose(?)
jackie_chan14/09/2019 22:13

Would be same price in BT shop with free echo dot


No, that is a newer version, the Mini (but not the Premium referred to here).

The Minis are smaller, lower bandwidth and no support for wired backhaul.

I think these Robert Dyas ones are the original full size ones.
SajidAli-ad629.0611314/09/2019 17:58

Are these any better than them plug in WiFi extenders


The difference is night and day. I had two Wi-Fi extenders before and on a 200mbps connection got 10-15 at best in my garden. I switched to these last year and cannot recommend them enough. Two downstairs and one upstairs to create a triangular mesh and now I get 200mbps solid in the whole house and garden.
whitman_the_cat15/09/2019 12:06

No, that is a newer version, the Mini (but not the Premium referred to …No, that is a newer version, the Mini (but not the Premium referred to here).The Minis are smaller, lower bandwidth and no support for wired backhaul. I think these Robert Dyas ones are the original full size ones.



these are not the premiums either,

BT Mini Home (Just came out) slower costs less
BT Whole Home (been out for years) all rounder but faster than minis & cost more
BT Premiums Home (not out yet) Best speeds and Wi-Fi 6 but pricey

remember your devices have to support Wi-Fi 6 to use it and they have just started coming out now
I'm considering buying this as I have moved to virgin media and the performance of the super hub 3 is well known. I'm getting drop outs, smart plugs not connecting etc. But unsure what to go for? I've read that with BT whole home the super hub has to stay in router mode. Would I be better off with something like the Orbi - I think then the super hub can be put in modem mode?
This has probably been answered elsewhere, however, I shall persevere and continue....
If I were to use this with my Virgin SuperHub 3 do the BT discs create a 'new' wireless network that I would then need to connect all my devices to or can I change the SSID to the same as my VM one?
Also will I need to switch the VM hub to modem only?
Thanks in advance
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