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BT WHOLEHOME-MINIX3 3 Mini Whole Home WiFi Extenders - £79.99 delivered with code ( 2 disc for £59.99 ) @ HughesDirect eBay
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BT WHOLEHOME-MINIX3 3 Mini Whole Home WiFi Extenders - £79.99 delivered with code ( 2 disc for £59.99 ) @ HughesDirect eBay

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BT WHOLEHOME-MINIX2 2 Mini Whole Home WiFi Extenders
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The UKs no. 1 Whole Home Wi-Fi system giving you superfast super reliable wi-fi throughout your home so you can keep connected in any room. With three discs and guidance from the app on where to place them in your home our discs create a complete wi-fi network guaranteeing you coverage in even larger homes. The intelligent WHOLEHOME-MINIX3 uses WiFi that automatically switches you from one disc to another as you move around giving you the fastest connection possible.
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Anyone got any experience on how good these are? Mixed reviews online
I have the larger discs, and they seem to work pretty good(kids don't complain so must be ok) But 2 problems.
1 your first disc has to be wired into your router so in effect you are only getting 2 extenders.
2 range is not brilliant, i have 6 discs to sort out a 4 bedroom house.

i am presuming these operate in the same way as the non mini discs
I have also got the bigger 3 disks version and they are pretty good for me. I have full wifi in every room including the garden ... Just bought this for a friend... I am hoping it will do the same trick as mine...
mike570506/01/2020 11:43

I have the larger discs, and they seem to work pretty good(kids don't …I have the larger discs, and they seem to work pretty good(kids don't complain so must be ok) But 2 problems.1 your first disc has to be wired into your router so in effect you are only getting 2 extenders.2 range is not brilliant, i have 6 discs to sort out a 4 bedroom house.i am presuming these operate in the same way as the non mini discs


1. This is how mesh wifis work, its meant to replace your existing ISPs router wifi since most suck, it needs reliable connection via ethernet. These are meant to have better wifi/reliability/signal over most ISPs hubs so would consider first disc an improvement to existing setups and not really a waste.

2. Strange. I have 2 big discs in large new build 4 bed and max out my 100Mb in furthest room, full bars on all wifi cameras outside and garden
Edited by: "Myriad" 6th Jan
lord_trumpington06/01/2020 11:33

Anyone got any experience on how good these are? Mixed reviews online


I've got six and they are great. Can't fault them!
Any thoughts on these 3 choices?

BT WHOLEHOME-MINI X3 for £80 (this deal)
or
Linksys Velop Intelligent AC3600 x3 for £108 from Ebuyer/Ebay (link)
or
Tenda MW3 Nova x3 + extra 1x MW6 unit for £70 from Ebuyer (link)

I was leaning towards the Linksys and avoiding the Tendas, but have now just seen the BT discs... hmm...
Edited by: "nadnerb" 6th Jan
I got this 3 pack from Amazon Warehouse deals for £75 as new. I was sceptical they would work in our 5 bed, 5 reception thick walled house, but they do work well. I was using a DIY repeater network which was very hit and miss. You do need to spend a bit of time placing the discs, and the app to do this is a bit rubbish (sometimes you need to ignore it when its telling you disc can't be seen, exit the app and there it is). The discs are small and unobtrusive. Speeds are not exceptional at furthest disc - but there is a fully useable signal. I'm using with BT home hub 50mps. Yes the first disc has to stand next to the router, but 3 discs was enough for me - although I could probably add 2 more. Wish I'd bought them sooner rather than mess about with old repeater routers. This is a hot deal from a reliable seller.
Just to add, you don’t necessarily have to have the first dish next to your router. You can use powerline network adapters to extend the network connection from the router to anywhere else you have a mains socket in your house.

For example, my router is upstairs in one of my bedrooms but the first BT dish is downstairs in the lounge.
So if I was to buy these I don’t need to pay the £10 subscription that BT does by giving you them for free but making you pay with extra per month?
LeeMoles8717/01/2020 21:25

So if I was to buy these I don’t need to pay the £10 subscription that BT d …So if I was to buy these I don’t need to pay the £10 subscription that BT does by giving you them for free but making you pay with extra per month?


This is a BT product but there is no subscription on it. I have a set and I don't pay anything to BT or anyone.
LeeMoles8717/01/2020 21:25

So if I was to buy these I don’t need to pay the £10 subscription that BT d …So if I was to buy these I don’t need to pay the £10 subscription that BT does by giving you them for free but making you pay with extra per month?


BT will only supply up to 3 discs on the Whole Home subscription and you don't own them at the end of the contract. So these make more sense if you invest the initial outlay.
Thanks for the reply.

im already against paying more than the £40-£50 a month they want for FTTP fibre.

tech wise I’m guessing these are as good as the subscription ones as they do appear to be different
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