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Tenda PH5 AV1000 Wi-Fi Powerline Adapter Kit with Gigabit Ports, Wi-Fi Powerline Extender, Plug and Play, UK Plug Version £29.23 Amazon
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Tenda PH5 AV1000 Wi-Fi Powerline Adapter Kit with Gigabit Ports, Wi-Fi Powerline Extender, Plug and Play, UK Plug Version £29.23 Amazon

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Posted 14th Feb

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  • High-speed data transfer rate of up to 1000 Mbps, ideal for all your online needs
  • Easily turns any power outlet into Wi-Fi access point, anywhere you need
  • Gigabit ports for connecting devices such as TVs, game consoles and PCs
  • Plug and play - Set up your power line network and start enjoying fast, seamless wired/wireless connection in minutes
  • Package Contents: Tenda PH5 AV1000 Gigabit Power line Adapted, AV1000 2-Port Gigabit Wi-Fi Power line Extender, Quick Installation Guide, Cat5e Ethernet Cable
  • 3 years warranty
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How does this company compare to tp link?
"Even cheaper then my previous post"
How does that work?
Edited by: "Erudite" 14th Feb
benhornsby199914/02/2020 11:36

How does this company compare to tp link?



I got this for my nephew when it went on a deal on my previous post, for me this has worked great for my nephew, getting max 200mpb with virgin. Literally just plug in and play, connected the sender to the router, went upstairs and plug in the receiver then plugged in a CAT6 cable to his PC. hope this helps.
Erudite14/02/2020 11:37

"Even cheaper then my previous post" How does that work?



my previous post was made around mid Jan. on this product
Jbotz14/02/2020 11:38

I got this for my nephew when it went on a deal on my previous post, for …I got this for my nephew when it went on a deal on my previous post, for me this has worked great for my nephew, getting max 200mpb with virgin. Literally just plug in and play, connected the sender to the router, went upstairs and plug in the receiver then plugged in a CAT6 cable to his PC. hope this helps.


I’m going to give this a try as my tp link is acting up thanks for replying appreciate the help
benhornsby199914/02/2020 11:39

I’m going to give this a try as my tp link is acting up thanks for r …I’m going to give this a try as my tp link is acting up thanks for replying appreciate the help



NP mate, I hope this works well for yourself also. I really think each one depends on your house.
Jbotz14/02/2020 11:42

NP mate, I hope this works well for yourself also. I really think each one …NP mate, I hope this works well for yourself also. I really think each one depends on your house.



Cheers and the TP link worked great for like 2 months but keeps turning off randomly
benhornsby199914/02/2020 11:46

Cheers and the TP link worked great for like 2 months but keeps …Cheers and the TP link worked great for like 2 months but keeps turning off randomly



yeah - so does mine.
CrispEditor14/02/2020 11:52

yeah - so does mine.


Which model do you have? Curious as was considering the following:
TP-Link TL-WPA8630PKIT V2 Dual Band Gigabit Passthrough AC1350 Powerline Adapter Starter Kit amazon.co.uk/dp/…GJE
Edited by: "Colmmc1981" 14th Feb
CrispEditor14/02/2020 11:52

yeah - so does mine.


Me too! Very unreliable. I have a TP-Link TL-WA850RE, fed by a BT Powerline 600. It disconnects randomly, which causes any wireless devices connected to it to pack up. Would this work alongside the BT adapters?
mb114/02/2020 15:11

Me too! Very unreliable. I have a TP-Link TL-WA850RE, fed by a BT …Me too! Very unreliable. I have a TP-Link TL-WA850RE, fed by a BT Powerline 600. It disconnects randomly, which causes any wireless devices connected to it to pack up. Would this work alongside the BT adapters?


Sorry I don't know but it shouldn't be s problem I thought. It was really easy with Virgin router
mb114/02/2020 15:11

Me too! Very unreliable. I have a TP-Link TL-WA850RE, fed by a BT …Me too! Very unreliable. I have a TP-Link TL-WA850RE, fed by a BT Powerline 600. It disconnects randomly, which causes any wireless devices connected to it to pack up. Would this work alongside the BT adapters?



The BT powerline is the problem there. Those are so terrible that BT tried to hide the fact they ever released them.
mb114/02/2020 15:11

Me too! Very unreliable. I have a TP-Link TL-WA850RE, fed by a BT …Me too! Very unreliable. I have a TP-Link TL-WA850RE, fed by a BT Powerline 600. It disconnects randomly, which causes any wireless devices connected to it to pack up. Would this work alongside the BT adapters?

Had a look at this and from what I can see it is only a WiFi extender, not an extension of the powerline kit... correct me if I'm wrong.
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