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Linksys EA6350 Dual Band Smart Wi-Fi Gigabit Router £31.49 Amazon prime Exclusive / £36 non prime@amazon
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Found 6 h, 57 m agoFound 6 h, 57 m ago
Browsing for cheap routers. Found this one the cheapest it's ever been: At a Glance: Wireless-AC is faster than wireless-N for media streaming and more. Dual wireless bands of 2… Read more
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HaggisHunter

Wondering that as well. Virgin Hubs wifi is brutal

PJ_Young

That's an issue! What's the likelihood of receiving it earlier?

leroy_owen

That's what I was going to ask too (y) 🏻

CopaceticAnswers

Usually dispatched within 1 to 3 months :/

Hypoxia

Any good for the awful Virgin Hub 3.0 to replace the WiFi and use the Virgin Hub in modem mode?

Now Broadband £15 x 12m, £9.99 router, £189.99 (TCB/Quidco £75!!)
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Found 21 h, 49 m agoFound 21 h, 49 m ago
Summer sale £15, £9.99 delivery. Reports that you should sign up with another email address if you already have even a used Now TV account to ensure cashback is paid!!
Crossbow

If you don't mind me asking, which ISP were you with before? And comparing the two (or more past ones), how does NowBB fare? A simple & inexpensive network switch (£5-10) will solve the low number of ethernet ports btw (I got a brand-new 5-port TP-Link one for just £2 on eBay recently from a local seller).

Rishi21

Did it track automatically? I ordered last week and still cashback hasn’t tracked via quidco.

rimalpatel007

I've had now broadband for nearly 3 months and speed and service has been great. No issues. Got £70 cashback too. Only downside the router has two ethernet ports other than that no complaints.

Oneplus1

Has anyone had any problems with now broadband ?

seaniboy

Free (y)

NEXX WT3020F Portable Mini Wireless NAS Router AP Repeater 300Mbps £9.37 Delivered with code @ Dresslily
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31/08/2018Expires on 31/08/2018Found 20th AugFound 20th Aug
Nice little portable router for the price, which should allow you to share tethered internet to other connected devices. Can also be used as a repeater if you have spotty WiFi at h… Read more
hycraig

i agree this is what firmware i use to run my cyberghost vpn and it works fine

speedygonzalez

The GLi routers are good (I am using an AR300M running openvpn), but it appears flashed with Openwrt (https://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/nexx/wt3020 ), in the right hands this could do pretty much everything a GLi router would do, at less than half the price. I thought the GLi routers were cheap (and amazing value)... This router appears to have previously been reincarnated as the Shellfire box, see https://www.bestvpn.com/review/shellfire-box/ In terms of vpn speed, those Shellfire figures put this in the same ballpark as the yellow GLi MT400n (I know since I had one), unsurprising since they have more or less the same cpu. Anyhow it is so cheap I bought one just for fun (and perhaps for travelling). Cheers OP! (y)

freddy12

whatever you do make sure you also install breed https://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/nexx/wt3020 so you've got a back up when it comes to flashing as this is a key bit of software to use if you ever partly brick it alos if you want to use a vpn i would suggest checking out ROOter from https://www.ofmodemsandmen.com/firmware.html

AMNSIA

Bought it for an easier way to connect to a VPN at home for the TV instead of changing the router back to the UK all the time.

Aiadi

Just be careful buying from this atrocious company. They have not bothered to let me know that they would not be able to fulfil an order I had placed with them until I contacted enquiring about it and have so far been not forthcoming with a refund and so I opened a dispute with Paypal

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Talk talk unlimited fast broadband now just £18.95 a month for 18months Inc line rental + £9.95 for router del = £351.05 for 18 months
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Found 19th AugFound 19th Aug
I know this isn't fibre or the fastest but for £18.95 a month I thought this was decent considering Virgin are hiking their prices up.
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Felicitous

just cancel the contract now or that's going just cancel the contract now or that's going to be your life for the foreseeable future, should be able to back out via ofcom as they clearly aren't capable of delivering any viable/usable service - shop around for a company that works. I left in 2008 because the company was exactly the same, I have no idea how they survived a decade since, I hear they keep getting bought out though to stay existing

jobbers

I have only been with them a week, still no active phone line and the broadband comes and goes, I had a full week off work last week and wasted the whole week arguing for hours and hours with these people, their technology department that you get passed to is a foreign call centre that is full of people reading from a scripted book and can't even help you, I spent an hour and 10 mins talking to a woman who you could actually hear flicking the pages of the book, and all we did in the 70 mins was turn the router on then off, on, then on etc at the end of the call she said she couldn't help me and I would have to ring back another day. For anyone reading this DONT sign up with Talk Talk you will regret it.

apeman69

Two weeks ago I switched to Talk Talk fast broadband (ADSL) for £17 per month on a 12 month contract with free router. I thought it was strange to have a 12 mth contract cheaper than the 18 mth but I'm happy to switch again when contract expires. My d/l speed is 5-10‰ faster than previous provider and, more importantly, the connection is stable and constant. With previous provider, connection would drop every few minutes starting at the same time every day. Was with them for 12 years and this started within last 2 years so it's clearly their doing. Happy with Talk Talk so far. Everything they have said would happen has happened and as planned. Early days but no problems so far. This deal is for 'regular' ADSL, not fibre. There are still many of us that can not get cable or fibre at our residences, unfortunately.

smr1

Bt who I'd been with for many tens of years and had fttc with them for a number of years used to charge me over twice the price talktalk charge. Line rental and 76mb fibre is £25 per month while BT were around £19 for line rental alone with another around £30 for 76mb fttc. They wouldn't deal with me and even said my price would increase by 50p if I dropped my speed (since everyone was getting free upgrades if their line was capable then anyway.) Not that Talktalk have a clue and I've had problems since switching with speeds dropping etc, The latest thing is my max attainable keeps dropping and has gone from 96mbps to 80mbps with my sync dropping from 79mbps to 68mbps.

roll_me_some

Sweet. I will look in to this. Thanks!

ASUS GT - AC5300 Tri Band Router £189.87 in Gearbest App
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Found 18th AugFound 18th Aug
£189.87 in Gearbest App. £222 on website. ASUS GT - AC5300 Wireless Tri-band Gigabit Router Clearance ASUS GT - AC5300 Tri-band Gaming Router The battle-ready ROG Rapture G… Read more
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aLV426

It's not a dispute - it's a fact...

richwest

It runs on the regular AC5300, but not the GT-AC5300 (last I saw there were no plans to ever support it). It's bad naming by ASUS as the two are internally quite different.

r8sso

You can plug your Virgin cable into a potato and it will give better signal strength than the SuperHub3.0

MrBrightside1987

Is it a specific version/revision number of this router that you're referring to? I have this router (AC5300 from Amazon) and definitely have Merlin WRT running on it: https://sourceforge.net/projects/asuswrt-merlin/files/RT-AC5300/ Bargain at this price, got my second one recently for £240 and thought that was cheap. Voted hot.

plewis00

I’m not going to get into that dispute as you’re also ruling out anyone without a high-end PC and a high throughput card doesn’t always equal lower latency which is the key factor.

RAVPower FileHub, Wireless Router, Card Reader, Portable Hardrive and Battery Pack - Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon £27.99
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Was looking for a battery pack and friend recommended to go for an all-in-one file hub, card reader, battery pack and recommended this one to me. I've bought RavPower stuff before … Read more
fatbiker

Looks like the offers expired . Can't see the promotional link now . Wish I'd ordered this when I first saw it .

ajay2606

Hi can anyone double check the capacity of the one they received? Mine says 6000mah but the product on the page says 6700

MarkThisDay

I'll be selling my phantom 4 pro soon let me know if you want to upgrade the mavic is a great drone what sd card are you using with it

seabee05

I couldnt afford it man, maybe in a year or two. Mavic pro will still be a good drone for a year or two i hope lol

MarkThisDay

Nice tempted by the new mavic ?

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D Link DIR-882 AC2600 EXO MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router - £49.95 @ Amazon (sold and fulfilled by Buyur)
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Found 7th AugFound 7th Aug
Was £69.99 on Prime Day, but reduced even further at the moment - from third party seller on Amazon.
dsmuk

Well, after having this router for the past we days I think it’s going back. The WiFi range is way worse than the 10 year old WiFi router it’s replacing. Have tried a load of different settings but it’s having none of it. The range seems to be about 10m less, and those 10 meters are needed!

jj_jj

i have an openreach modem. huwawei HG612. fttc from vodafone. I will need to add username and password in WAN settings of the router for PPPoe so it works. Will this router support that set up? Thought it would, but now in doubt... already ordered... Okay... so it will work!!!! supports and cable and dsl (pppoe) setups

dsmuk

It’s available again for 50 quid

Lawlost

Thabks jellybeans a bit steep for my wallet was looking for an adsl router that would allow me to turn off the kids wi fi at bedtime amd bacj on again in the morning

Tannybash

Your a star thanks . I'm looking for a adsl2+ with modem and WiFi built in .

100GB 12 Month Three MBB Contract (Home Wifi Router Included) £32 p/m - via phone call
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LocalLocalFound 7th AugFound 7th Aug
If you're a student or have dodgy broadband at home (like me), this was a great deal from Three. You don't have to worry about the personal hotspot allowance either. I got it thro… Read more
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seaniboy

Yup, many of us non Vermin Meagre got the £20 deal last Black Friday

RicknVic

The unlimited data on virgin seems to only be available for virgin tv customers?

wilkoitfc

I should add- I cancelled this and took the £20 virgin deal that allows tethering

anonymous...

Too expensive This deal is available for £20 you just need to push them if you are an existing customer

mikemod

Works well for me as only get 2Mbps adsl Broadband and no chance of fibre. Getting over 100Mps with this using an external aerial, I just wish they would give a bit more allowance. If your are in the Republic of Ireland Three give you unlimited for 30Euro/mnth

Makita DRT50ZJ 18v LXT brushless router, body only £99 @ Amazon
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Found 2nd AugFound 2nd Aug
Makita DRT50ZJ 18v LXT brushless router body only. Sold and dispatched by Amazon. Cheapest ever. Also same price from FFX (free delivery from them too)
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MilkDawg

Thanks but pretty sure we already got it. It isn’t lolz is it.

Midway

Nice spot. Good price and a very useful tool.

Cattle

The deal had the "groups\tags" Computer and Router added so it came up in the wrong sections, the Mods have now removed these along with some of the toxic comments that were in the post.

wolf33055

how come whenever these barebone tools come up I think "i must buy this" even though I have no need for a router. Good price though

joar54

I own one of these. Good and very powerful bit of kit and it doesn’t destroy the battery which was surprising lol. However, it’ll be wise to invest in the larger base to it as it can be very difficult to keep it flat with the small base that it comes with (y) be warned: buying this makes it mighty tempting to buy an expensive router bit set! (lol)

ASUS RT-AC86U Dual Band AC2900 MESH Compatible Router - Lowest UK Price £158.16 @ Amazon UK
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Found 27th JulFound 27th Jul
Great router, gets excellent reviews and has some of the best WiFi performance around. This is the RT model designed for cable connections where you have a separate modem with an … Read more
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wakkaday

Ok cool thing I figured this out . Just one more thing I need to sort remote access to my nas which isn’t working qnap I will do more research

The_Bounty_Bear

Yes. You can pick and choose. I would add all devices on the router by default (as per you tube video) and then create a seperate rule in that VPN client to route your camera through the WAN (not through the VPN). I do this with my Sky box

wakkaday

Ok in terms of vpn can I add a vpn but only have it on certain devices to go through vpn rather then all the internet as I have nvr ip camera and it may complicate access

Berhwale

Bah! Merlin won't support AiMesh in his firmware as the feature relies on closed source code, it's a shame, but completely understandable :(

The_Bounty_Bear

I'm no expert (only done xbox live for xbox) so if the below does not work suggest Small Network Builder forums or this website. https://portforward.com/router.htm Click - WAN on left hand menu Click - virtual server/ port forwarding on sub menu Click yes in Enable Port Forwarding You should now see a Port Forwarding List Call the rule whatever you want (example Rule1) in the Service name Add your port (8080) into Port Range. Select your device from the drop downs under Local IP Drop down Both under protocol. Click + and the click Apply. Repeat for all combinations of ports and devices needed but give each entry a different service name. Hope this helps

NETGEAR Orbi RBK50 Whole Home WiFi System Twin Pack - Currys/Amazon £249.99
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Found 27th JulFound 27th Jul
Reduced down to £249.99, same price on Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/NETGEAR-System-coverage-Tri-Band-AC3000/dp/B01KVRRSNI
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masterbruce

My Currys order was delivered yesterday. A few issues when trying to initially set up after a firmware update, unable to reconnect to the satellite unit. I did a factory reset then managed to set up okay. Great signal and speeds everywhere :D

FunkiestMonkey

Genuine question: why would I pay this much for this when I can get the BT home for a lot less?

whelan189

Google WiFi is a good option go Paid like £250 for a three pack last year

mcrobbj

Bought on on prime. Nice bit of kit but I have few issues with it: Old laptop on 2ghz drops the connection, pain if I use this for work as I need a constant connection. (Going to google when I get a chance) The plug, its a beast and assumes that the socket is not near the ground, mine is on the skirting, so needs an adapter - poor design. Lastly the phone app is crap, couldn't pair my units when they were in the same room! Web app works fine. I now have no dead spots in the house -3 storey victorian, if fact its just about full signal everywhere.

jjabbar

These are amazing....all previous issues has all been ironed out a few firmwares back. had them for about a year and no problems at all. Simple to set up and due to size of property had to add an extra plug satellite (RBW 30) to fully cover. getting max package speeds with very little latency at the furthest point. Only gripe was not to be able to split the bands but managed to sort that out.

Linksys Velop Tri-Band Whole Home Mesh WiFi System, Pack of 2 - Costco Online
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Found 26th JulFound 26th Jul
£350 rrp, £280 on Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01NBRI59E/ Linksys Velop is a high-performing modular Wi-Fi mesh system of nodes built to provide exceptional Wi-Fi covera… Read more
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scottdaly

Not sure how these compare to the tenda MW3 setup...but I got a pack of 3 of them last week for £90 on Amazon and they are incredibe! Wiped out 3 blackspots and internet seems much more responsive.

whiteface

What's the speed/throughput like with the LRs?

Oneday77

I just know it works and leave the Voodoo to the product designers.

gwapenut

My understanding is that each Ubi access point is only really as strong as the best of other routers such as HH6, but that they are one of the few providers who have got the weak signal handover right between multiple access points, so that adding more access points actually works?

Oneday77

HH6 was giving single ‘bar’ in some rooms. Patchy coverage in the garden. Now I have full strength in all rooms and garden coverage. (Smart plug for outdoor lights) If I want better in the garden I’ll get an LR which has greater reach. Each AP is at opposing ends of the house, though both on rear side. Front garden suffers a bit because of it but the frequent use areas have the coverage.

HooToo Tripmate 10400mA Powerbank / Router / Streamer £29.99 w/code -  Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Found 24th JulFound 24th Jul
Been on site a few times, but is the lowest price this all in one device for Streaming / Charging / router has been. Use code R9Q8E6XX to get for £29.99 delivered or redeem the… Read more
QuantumInfo

code doesn't work

pengwyn

I was wondering about bt fonera can you share someone's public wifi. I've got my mum's now as I live across the road but when I move to Plymouth I'll want to extend the fonera throughout my house. Will these let you samba thru your own apps on pc that's what the filehub did.

deeky

I keep trying :D

emportal

Can you get a nice guy badge revoked? :p

deeky

OP, can you change the title to just read FBA, instead of fulfilled by Amazon, just to annoy brilly?

Netgear R7800 Router on lightning deal £118.99 @ Amazon
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Found 19th JulFound 19th Jul
I'd hoped this would go into a sale on Prime day but glad I waited. A 5 hour window to purchase a well regarded router for significantly less than I've seen it via Amazon lightning… Read more
JustLikeArkwright

Yeah I had a n66u previously but it was beginning to act up wirelessly after 5 years of stellar performance. So wanted to upgrade, choose the Netgear initially on price. Just didn't like it as much as Asus and TBH it's not exactly pretty with those 'paddle' antennas. I prefer the AC86's upright position too.

callum84

I haven't considered changing firmware. Had Merlin fork on n66u. Might look into that.

JustLikeArkwright

TBH the AC86 is a cracking router, especially with the Merlin firmware. I briefly had this Netgear and though performance was comparable I preferred the Asus way of doing things even if the cost was more.

rev6

Probably not.

brendanhickey

What does it mean when it says Alexa enabled

TWO Years VPN + Mini VPN Router + TWO free Months Streaming IP for approx. £45 @ TorGuard
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Refreshed 7th AugRefreshed 7th Aug
Awesome offer from Torguard, one of the mostly highly rated VPN providers in the market - I'm currently with another VPN provider and tempted to switch to this. If you're looking … Read more
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Turret

I wouldn’t recommend personally. The connection would drop every 15 minutes or so for me for atleast a minute. Switched to PIA and have had a constant stable connection since. + it wasn’t easy getting a refund when I told torguard of this^ + they promise no logging but do + rubbish download speeds + leaky dns so useless for privacy + quick google will show lots of users complain they can’t use Netflix with this vpn

m.ad

If this offers VPN servers in Phillipines, Argentina and Russia, I'm in - I want to make use of the cheap Spotify, Netflix and Xbox deals!

marra

Good deal on the vpn and router, I bought this router a couple of weeks ago from China and installed Wi-fi pineapple firmware on it and it holds up well

Xyzac

Does this work for existing customers?

ASUS RT-AC5300 Tri-Band 4 x 4 Gigabit Wireless Gaming Router - USED LIKE NEW with 20% off promotion £183.86 Amazon Warehouse
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Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
ASUS RT-AC5300 Tri-Band 4 x 4 Gigabit Wireless Gaming Router (AiProtection, Trend Micro, Free WTFast Game Accelerator, Link Aggregation, Adaptive QoS, Router App Support, Dual-WAN … Read more
witalit

Don't buy into these gaming routers. Even if its cheapest price seen this is not worth £180 one bit, better off investing in Ubiquiti kit.

xenononon

As tempted as I am, got to assume someone returned this for a good reason?

htslough

Cheapest it's ever been, strange why it went cold

Nikesta

Dumbest thing I've ever read

Samirkumar_Patel

Still at £89.98 @ https://www.ebuyer.com/808780-linksys-wrt32x-ac3200-wi-fi-gaming-router-wrt32x-uk As per forums, works with davidc502 wrt32x custom firmware, a spin off from OpenWRT. Expecting mine today - Its a steal at that price - better still davidc0502 is committed to taking it to the final frontier (excited)

cykb

Wahhh not VR Ready! Cold, very bad router. (cheeky) :D

patrick985

I bought one a few weeks back. Works well only with openwrt installed. Stock FW is far too basic and with ddwrt I had wifi issues

hairray

Fornite lol!

Ryobi 18v cordless trim router R18TR-0 ONE+ Prime day deal - £58.99 @ Amazon (Prime Day Deal)
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Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
1. No. It's not that kind of router 2. No. It doesn't come with a battery 3. No. It's not as good as a Bosch or other brand, but it's a good price for what it is.
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garlicmayo

Ahh well. If it saves money for at least 1 person then I guess it makes it worthwhile. I'm surprised as well tbf, not everyone's cup of tea but £30 cheaper than yesterday. But like some posts, people vote on the product rather than the savings involved!!

mrtea1967

Ordered one and got it delivered today.Should of put my glasses on thought i was getting a coffee grinder.

pat-w

This really doesn't deserve to be minus 40 degrees. I've had this on my wishlist for most of the year, it's never been this low price (as far as I know). Sorry OP, I know it's very disheartening when you take the time to post a deal only for it to get voted cold, but I'm grateful you posted this deal. (highfive)

Kr4t0z

ordered two hehe....

pat-w

Quite a big discount on the 5ah battery, around £52 before using the student discount. And yes I know I said I wouldn't look, but I'm weak :) Didn't order, at least that's something :)

Linksys WRT32X AC3200 WI-FI Gaming Router, £89.98 @ Ebuyer
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Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
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rev6

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WiteWulf

I made a start on figuring it out but (bizarrely) found that tinkering with the LEDs for the radios actually killed the wifi! It's a nkown bug: https://forum.lede-project.org/t/davidc502-wrt1200ac-wrt1900acx-wrt3200acm-wrt32x-builds/15839/192 I need get a look at a WRT32X running the stock firmware with LEDs turned off and see the output of 'cat /etc/config/system' to try and pop it on OpenWRT

rev6

I hate blue LED's. Can't figure a way with LEDE only the stock firmware has a toggle for it. Must be a way!

WiteWulf

...and running a properly tuned SQM QoS system on one of these practically eliminates that. (Sorry, yes, forgot the blue LEDs, which I'm trying to figure out how to turn off as our device sits on a shelf under the telly and they're *very* distracting :-D )

rev6

Software plays a part too ISP routers are usually limited. QoS is important. Bufferbloat is a pain in the rear.

D-Link DIR-878 Dual Band EXO AC1900 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router at Amazon for £49.99 (Lightning Deal)
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Found 14th JulFound 14th Jul
MU-MIMO with Advanced AC SmartBeam dramatically improves the wireless range, allowing you to minimise lag whilst gaming online, watch 4K movies, browse the Internet with more devic… Read more
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tjl_13

Back at that price on Amazon now, but via a third party seller this time.

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fishleg003

99.99 how do you get it for this price?

powerbrick

Needs more antennas.

ilc14

Router only.

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