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D-Link DIR‑1960 EXO AC1900 Smart Mesh Wi‑Fi Router, Dual Band, 802.11AC, Wave 2, Alexa, McAfee £50.89 or D-Link DIR-3060 £94.89 @ Amazon
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D-Link DIR‑1960 EXO AC1900 Smart Mesh Wi‑Fi Router, Dual Band, 802.11AC, Wave 2, Alexa, McAfee £50.89 or D-Link DIR-3060 £94.89 @ Amazon

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Posted 25th Nov 2019

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Decent mesh router for the price.
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  • Featuring the latest Wi-Fi technology with MU-MIMO to deliver a reliable wireless connection with combined speeds of up to 1,900 Mbps
  • Includes 5 years McAfee Secure Home Platform subscription, protecting all devices connected to your network and keeping your kids safe online with comprehensive parental control
  • Includes 2 years McAfee LiveSafe subscription which allows you to install antivirus software onto unlimited number of computers, tablets and smartphones for 2 years
  • Wi-Fi Mesh-ready, create a seamless mesh Wi-Fi, simply by adding a compatible extender
  • SPEEDTEST powered, allowing you to find out the true speed of your Internet, straight from the router

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D-Link DIR-3060, EXO AC3000 Smart Mesh WI fi Gaming Router, Tri-band, 802.11 AC Wave 2 with MU-MIMO, Gigabit WAN, 4 x Gigabit LAN, Alexa Compatible, Built-In Mcafee Protection
£94.89 - Lowest ever price (Was £169.99)

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  • Featuring the latest Wi-Fi technology with MU-MIMO to deliver a reliable wireless connection with combined speeds of up to 3, 000 Mbps over 3 dedicated wireless bands using 6 high power antennas
  • Includes 5-year McAfee secure home Platform subscription, protecting all devices connected to your network and keeping your kids safe online with comprehensive parental Control
  • Includes 2-year McAfee LiveSafe subscription which allows you to install antivirus software onto unlimited number of computers, tablets and smartphones for 2 years
  • Wi-Fi mesh-ready, create a seamless mesh Wi-Fi, simply by adding a compatible extender
  • SPEEDTEST powered , allowing you to find out the true speed of your Internet, straight from the router
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MoSattar25/11/2019 04:23

Would buying a WI-FI router improve my connection at home? Currently I'm …Would buying a WI-FI router improve my connection at home? Currently I'm using the one provided by talk talk and its rubbish


Generally yes, if you are relying only on Wi-Fi at home.
Remember you are limited to your incoming internet speed, so maybe test a wired link to your current router first to see if gains are available.
Also your current router might be set to a really congested wireless band, google it, use a Wi-Fi app and scan all Wi-Fi signals to see, you can log into the current router and change band quite easily, guides online.
It might be your current router only has 2.5ghz, a new router should be dual band and provide both 2.5 as well as 5ghz.

Also, having your own router sometimes gives you usb sharing that you didn't have before. For home network to share a printer or hard drive etc.

Hope this is helpful, covered some topics very quickly.
Edited by: "MrSausageHead" 25th Nov 2019
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Would buying a WI-FI router improve my connection at home? Currently I'm using the one provided by talk talk and its rubbish
MoSattar25/11/2019 04:23

Would buying a WI-FI router improve my connection at home? Currently I'm …Would buying a WI-FI router improve my connection at home? Currently I'm using the one provided by talk talk and its rubbish


Generally yes, if you are relying only on Wi-Fi at home.
Remember you are limited to your incoming internet speed, so maybe test a wired link to your current router first to see if gains are available.
Also your current router might be set to a really congested wireless band, google it, use a Wi-Fi app and scan all Wi-Fi signals to see, you can log into the current router and change band quite easily, guides online.
It might be your current router only has 2.5ghz, a new router should be dual band and provide both 2.5 as well as 5ghz.

Also, having your own router sometimes gives you usb sharing that you didn't have before. For home network to share a printer or hard drive etc.

Hope this is helpful, covered some topics very quickly.
Edited by: "MrSausageHead" 25th Nov 2019
MoSattar25/11/2019 04:23

Would buying a WI-FI router improve my connection at home? Currently I'm …Would buying a WI-FI router improve my connection at home? Currently I'm using the one provided by talk talk and its rubbish



Bear in mind this is NOT a Modem Router so it WON'T be a direct replacement for your Talk Talk one. And as MrSausageHead says, there may be more than one reason for connection issues.
Would this router allow me to run Windscribe? The manual refers to Quick VPN, but I ain't got a clue if it's an installer for your own vpn or whether it's a vpn service?
This router or a used Netgear r7000 for a similar price ?
AdrianJones1225/11/2019 07:25

This router or a used Netgear r7000 for a similar price ?


I can't speak for this router but the r7000 has terrible firmware. You have to run quite an old version to keep wifi connection stable.
Bargain! Thanks op, ordered.
Would I be able to connect this to my Plusnet router just to run a VPN through it?
Edited by: "AdrianJones12" 25th Nov 2019
You can use this to replace your router, or if you have a combined unit like sky q or virgin hub, you can disable the wireless and use this instead. I have the older D-Link dir-842, but I'm considering the 3060 as a replacement while its this price!
Was: £87.95
Daniel4225/11/2019 17:15

Was: £87.95



And it is again ... just gone back up.
Still Showing £50.89 for me.
Mine arrived yesterday and have to say its really awful. My superhub 3 got 45mbps upstairs and the best I can get is 10mbps on 2,4ghz or 18mbps on 5ghz with this d-link


A laptop in the same room as the routers got 110mbps on the vm hub but only 55mbps on this d-link (both 5ghz)

I wonder if I could send it back as not fit for purpose....
chocci27/11/2019 16:39

Mine arrived yesterday and have to say its really awful. My superhub 3 got …Mine arrived yesterday and have to say its really awful. My superhub 3 got 45mbps upstairs and the best I can get is 10mbps on 2,4ghz or 18mbps on 5ghz with this d-link A laptop in the same room as the routers got 110mbps on the vm hub but only 55mbps on this d-link (both 5ghz)I wonder if I could send it back as not fit for purpose....


A week later and is now running perfectly

Back down to £50.89
chocci09/12/2019 19:42

A week later and is now running perfectlyBack down to £50.89


please inform me what happened and you got better results, i have exactly same figures in living room and upstairs with my phone, and i am also lloking something to connect to my virgin hub3. how did yours improve? did you change channel or what is the new signal streight you get on your mobile device on second floor? instead of old 50mbps figure ??
LondonPrint_Centre10/12/2019 16:16

please inform me what happened and you got better results, i have exactly …please inform me what happened and you got better results, i have exactly same figures in living room and upstairs with my phone, and i am also lloking something to connect to my virgin hub3. how did yours improve? did you change channel or what is the new signal streight you get on your mobile device on second floor? instead of old 50mbps figure ??


I switched 2,4ghz to channel 1 and 5ghz to channel 36

It just seemed to get quicker each day
chocci10/12/2019 16:39

I switched 2,4ghz to channel 1 and 5ghz to channel 36It just seemed to get …I switched 2,4ghz to channel 1 and 5ghz to channel 36It just seemed to get quicker each day


thank you.
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