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Tenda Nova MW3 Whole Home Mesh WiFi Extender / Booster System Pack of 3 - £59.99 delivered @ Currys
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A good price for these, especially delivered. Not sure if it helps others, but based on my 4-5 hour research, it will help me a lot at the moment with this work from home whilst y… Read more
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jerrysimon

Yes still all good a couple of weeks later though of course mine are all connected using “backhaul” I.e wired (y)

CannonPark

Do you still think the same? I'm looking to my first foray into mesh and wondered if these worked for you?

kazdean

Thanks for the reply.. I've ended up turning the VM hub wifi back on cos I couldn't be bothered to reconfigure all my smart switches (plugs&lights) around the house.. Just told family to tell their phones ect to forget the VM WiFi password so we're all connected to the tendas around the house.

blacksky200

In theory, I dont think that we should manually need to disable the 2.5Ghz and 5Ghz as they are configuration settings for and when the Virgin Hub is being used as a Wifi access point. When set in modem mode, the internet should pass through to your main Tenda node, which in turn should emit wifi at both 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz (as per its own technical capabilities). Having said that I disabled my 5Gz before turning Hub into a modem, but that was for no other reason but to be on the same frequency as one of my 2.4GHz YI camera to try to change the network on those. The Hub is currently in the modem mode with everything else greyed out.

kazdean

Set my Tenda up with the virgin media hub today.. What did you do with the settings on your VM hub, every time I put the hub in modem mode the tenda's wouldn't work just said connected no Internet. I had to disable 2.5ghz and 5ghz in the hubs WiFi settings. How are yours set up. TIA

British General Switched Double Socket with USB Charger and Wi-Fi Extender £22.75 at MyMemory
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Decent socket here, might suit someone. Improved Wi-Fi coverage throughout your home. Works with all wireless broadband routers. Easy to install and setup with one-touch WPS (Wi… Read more
Anon32

Any plugs that got wifi ac?

MrJinxy

Any recommendations? I have 3 extenders in my house and although it’s better it’s still temperamental. Sounds like I need a mesh system.

bobdylan

I've got one of these and it slows the connection down to a crawl, I'm gonna remove it and sell it on

Tony_DR

Plastic though. This is what a quality socket looks like.

jaydee777

Thank you for your concern

HUAWEI WIFI Q2 Pro WI-FI System (3-PACK) £139.99 @ Box
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Very good price for these particular devices. BETTER PERFORMANCE WITH PLC TURBO TECHNOLOGY Traditional PLC routers mainly transmit data over the hot and neutral wires in a power … Read more
jamie9090

Also can you turn the blue light off e.g. if you have them in a bedroom?

jamie9090

Does anyone have these to comment on how good they are? Not sure whether to go for this or Tenda Nova MW6 or TP Link M4 - seems like these are best because of the additional powerline backhaul. Looks like you can certainly use ethernet backhaul based on the network diagram here: https://consumer.huawei.com/en/routers/q2-pro-3pack/. What I'm not clear about is whether it uses wifi backhaul as well as powerline if it is plugged in and your home wiring isn't great. I don't have ethernet cables installed and no idea what the home wiring is like so would be good to know that it will work as a standard wifi mesh if the powerline is slow?

Dez_E

Can you use Ethernet for the Backhaul on these as well as powerline and WiFi?

HotBot

You could also consider the similar TP-Link Deco P9 MESH and power line system. However, a standard tri-band MESH system is probably better for most homes. Powerline systems can have issues in a large house with many circuits, no matter what the manufacturer says!

matth5182

Yeah David Icke told me (lol)

Tenda wireless N300 universal range extender - £5.99 delivered @ Box
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Free delivery auto applied. A9 is a wireless N300 universal range extender, specially designed to extend the exisiting WiFi coverage and improve the signal strength. With one butt… Read more
Craig_Madden

For £5.99 I was sceptical, took a punt and bought one. Set up was really easy with a virgin router. Plugged it into a socket in the kitchen and i now have got a great WiFi signal in my garage (which is a separate building) and back garden. The punt paid off!

HankHandsome

I didn't use that option, i just used WPS on my Sky Q Router and it worked perfectly.

dave7

Arrived today, easy 2 minute setup. Works fine! Bargain.

foz007

Spoke too soon you have to connect to WiFi of the extender Didn’t work but then connected fine Follow instructions from there Need to check distance but in same room as router already increased by 10mb fingers extends to the garden good luck

foz007

Both web page and ip of the extender not working WPS also not working Return me thinks Any thoughts anyone

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British General Wi-Fi Extender Switched Double Socket + USB Port - White £22.99 including postage @ Mymemory
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British General Wi-Fi Extender Switched Double Socket + USB Port - White £22.99 including postage @ Mymemory
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Improved Wi-Fi coverage throughout your home. Works with all wireless broadband routers Easy to install and setup with one-touch WPS Perfect for streaming music and videos Retr… Read more
Dokko

Just installed mine. Straightforward enough. Shame it doesnt cover 5 and just 2.4, if I'd have noticed that I probably wouldn't have bothered but I've gone from - 78 to - 67 which is a good improvement for the garden, which is where I'll be for the next 3 month.

BogBeast

There must have been an issue with the cable or the router or mesh node ports that connected to the cable. There is 0 chance that any wireless connection is better than a gigabit UTP connection. A properly installed network cable is alway the better solution if you can manage to install it. Period.

Muffy

They are not like powerline adapters, they are devices which you place around the home, not necessarily connected to any wires. They connect to eachother using a "back channel" (separate private network) which carries the WiFi data, often quicker than the original speed between the devices. One of the mesh devices has a direct connection to the broadband, the other devices then connect their back channel to either other mesh devices and/or the master, thus creating a "mesh" where each may have multiple connections to others. If one goes offline the others can all keep working at full speed as long as they have at least one connection still active. One big advantage is that you have a single SSID or network name, so you don't need to connect to different network in different parts of the house. Most of the mid to top end mesh systems have seamless hand-off. The mesh nodes communicate with each other and seamlessly hand-off the connected device to the nodes that provide the best service. So as you walk round the house your phone will seamlessly reconnect to the nearest/best node without you even knowing. You can just add nodes as needed. If you want a better signal in the garden shed then just put a node there and as long as that node can communicate with any of the existing nodes it will work. No wires are needed, the mesh nodes only need power, unlike a repeater. Some people claim that it's always best to have a wired connection to the other nodes but with mine my primary router is located upstairs and I have 1GHz socket on the router with a cable going directly to a socket downstairs. I found my WiFi speed was better when the living room mesh node was not connected to the cable, ie I got more reliability and speed totally wireless, even though theoretically it should be the other way round. I have a large house with brick walls and I used to have a repeater downstairs but got pretty poor coverage one end of the house. I bought a 4-node mesh and get full speed everywhere, even in the garden. TBH I could have managed with a 3-node or probalby even 2. A mesh network, even at the cheaper end is always better than a repeater.

mgowans

Horses for courses. I recently set my parents up with Netflix only to find their tv was in a wifi black spot. Installed one of these half way between the tv and the router and its eliminated all the WiFi black spots and works perfectly. Digging through the online faq, they do not advise installing more than one of these in any single house, so for more demanding wifi needs or a bigger property they're not great. I used to use powerline at mine, but i do have frustrating intermittent problems with them now and again where they just lose sight of each other.

BogBeast

Well. It depends.... If the mesh points connect together (backhaul) over network cable or powerline then perhaps. If they backhaul over WiFi then not so much. Some mesh stuff will send and receive data on the 2.4GHz band and then send the data over the 5GHz band (or vica versa) to other mesh devices, one of which will be connected to the router. That is backhauling. Some other devices will send and receive data data on the same frequency, known as repeating or a repeater, as this device appears to be. True, repeating is the worst - you effectively use twice the amount of airtime for one bit of data - it is 'repeated'. Very inefficient. It also adds noise to the environment and is generally a bad solution. Backhauling over Wifi is perhaps better, but you are potentially using the best frequency (5GHz) for backhaul and teh worst for client connectivity. Again, it will be inefficient and you are contributing to radio congestion. I move would move heaven an earth to run a network cable, failing that I would backhaul over powerline using something like https://www.tp-link.com/uk/home-networking/powerline/tl-wpa7510-kit/ Talks to the router over the mains power and then broadcasts over a dual band 802.11ac 2.4GHz (300Mbps) + 5GHz (433Mbps) connection. Powerline is not perfect but can be SO MUCH better than mesh or repeating wifi.... And you very much get waht you pay for when it comes to theis type of stuff.....

Tenda A9 Wireless N300 Universal Range Extender delivered for £10.44 at box.co.uk
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Tenda A9 Wireless N300 Universal Range Extender delivered for £10.44 at box.co.uk
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Tenda A9 Wireless N300 Universal Range Extender delivered for £10.44 at box.co.uk https://www.box.co.uk/A9-Tenda-A9-Wireless-N300-Universal-Range-E_2329979.html KEY FEATU… Read more
esar

No

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normally £5.49 with free delivery from box

JustinScot

Does this work for 5ghz

esar

Is that deffo the A9, not on mine!

Gkay11

I use one of this at home. Works alright.

TP-Link RE205 AC750 Universal Dual Band Range Extender, Broadband/Wi-Fi Extender, WiFi Booster - £20 @ Amazon
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TP-Link RE205 AC750 Universal Dual Band Range Extender, Broadband/Wi-Fi Extender, WiFi Booster - £20 @ Amazon
Brings Wi-Fi dead zone to life with strong Wi-Fi expansion at combined speed of up to 750Mbps Operates over both the 2.4GHz band(300Mbps) and 5GHz band(433Mbps) for more stable wi… Read more
Gordinho

Bought, thanks. Same day delivery too.

daz1969

Just what I was after thanks nefe (y)

saj70n

I have two of these and works brilliant

DuckDuck86

And tbh you might get better speeds and stability if you turn 5ghz off. 2.4ghz is much better at distanve and object penetration. Walls etc.

chocci

Note that the quoted 750mbps (AC750) is the combination of dual band speeds. i.e. (5GHz:Up to 433Mbps and 2.4GHz:Up to 300Mbps) ,

Amazon eero mesh Wi-Fi router - £79.20 - Amazon (Prime members)
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Amazon eero mesh Wi-Fi router - £79.20 - Amazon (Prime members)
£79.20£99.9921%Amazon Deals
I've finally bitten the bullet after weeks of umming and arring :D and it was the 20% discount for Amazon Prime members that did it. I've only ordered this morning, so I'm not ye… Read more
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simoncst

Arrived yesterday, easy to setup, ran it side by side to my current wireless network, moved all devices onto the new network then disabled the 2.4 and 5ghz current wireless network. Immediate improvements in speed coverage and access (even though I only ordered ONE device. The easy to use UI on the app is really cool and even though it took a while to figure out what device was what on my network and then group them into family member profiles it was worth it. Excellent pruct for the introductory price!

dave_stuf67

Head in hands on people buying a Mesh router and only buying one... doh and then saying it’s no better than their current modem. It’s designed to be in a network of multiple points that’s the principle. I am suprised they sell them in singles without discribing them as “add on units”.

fandyboy

To be fair I run the SH3 in modem mode and have never experienced any issues modem related, the main problem with the SH3 is how poor the features are, which is easily solved with a new router. Only way I'm getting 500Mbps.

fandyboy

In my experience speed issues are due to signal interference, a simple channel change would fix that. Also a lot of people don't know the difference between 2.4GHz (longer range) and 5GHz (faster). The 2.4GHz range is totally saturated where I live which leads to huge dropouts and packet loss.

POWER12345678

I'm not sure even their most ardent critics could argue against that assertion. This is a company that were an online book seller 20 years ago, and one which many so called experts predicted would never be profitable! (cheeky)

Tp-link RE305 AC1200 wifi range extender £17.50 at Sainsburys instore
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Tp-link RE305 AC1200 wifi range extender £17.50 at Sainsburys instore
£17.50£22.1921%Sainsbury's Deals
Wifi extender dual band ac1200 Not sure if national but in Ladbroke grove sainsburys.... but I took the last one 😳
xfirebladex

It was the full price in my local stores, £35.00.

SgtJamBoy

Expired as poster took the last one

BraddersJ

Defo, but they're kinda a premium brand afaik and those are top of the range - gigabit/AC/WiFi/passthrough

greenyblades

Pricey at £87.

BraddersJ

Just don't want people to make the same mistake I did with repeaters!

BT 11AC Dual-Band High-speed Transfer Wi-Fi Range Extender 1200 Booster White £19.99 delivered the_phone_outlet Ebay
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BT 11AC Dual-Band High-speed Transfer Wi-Fi Range Extender 1200 Booster White £19.99 delivered the_phone_outlet Ebay
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Refurb! Works with any Broadband provider BT's 11ac Dual-Band Wi-Fi Extender 1200 has been designed to work with any service provider to make sure everyone can make the most of t… Read more
BraddersJ

There's normally an option to do that or create as existing

mart321

With a wi fi booster, do these create new "home" wi fi connections that you must then connect al your devices to. I tried one before and it created 2 new wi fi connections, one for 2.4.g and one for 5g, so. I ended up with 3 home connections which didnt work as I already had dozens of smart devices linked to my orginal network which I didn't want to mess with.

BritishDragon

Maybe not what you want, but an idea regardless re the garage. I have some wired IP cams on the garage but obviously needed to get the garage on my network for the NVR in the house. So I use a TP-Link Point to Point system then connect to unmanaged 5 port switch in the garage which takes all the IP cam feeds. VERY reliable. Never drops out. It's maybe a 30 metre unobstructed distance https://www.tp-link.com/uk/business-networking/outdoor-radio/ https://www.cctvcameraworld.com/howto-set-point-to-point-wireless-access-point-link/

itsbea.ess

TP link powerline has worked consistently for me without issues for a year or so. If you can’t get a mesh network to reach the area (which I’m guessing is the case), then I’d just do a soft/hard reset periodically on it. Otherwise, so casing and run a cable to it from the house.

KEG123

I have a BT power line that provides broadband pretty reliably to my garage. Garage is on a separate RCD board. Then it stopped working in the garage. Home is fine. No changes made and nothing different plugged in. Can anyone recommend a different power line product that may be more reliable or is it likely to be the same outcome?

Tenda MW3 Mesh WiFi Four Pack - £72.99 delivered @ Box.co.uk
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Tenda MW3 Mesh WiFi Four Pack - £72.99 delivered @ Box.co.uk
£72.99£78.998%Box.co.uk Deals
Saw the 3 pack for £60 was getting hot, bought this for my parents a couple days ago. Good if you need a little extra coverage KEY FEATURES Blanket your house in reliable Wi-… Read more
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Rob.

Just clicked through to Box and these are still available at the same price

seattle

Id say if youre not happy return them. the tp link deco m5 (not sure about the e4's ) were highly rated at a budget perspective, there was a deal 2 for 90 but it may no longer be valid. With google wifi i heard you dont get much control but they work great and are pricey. New tplink models are out m9 etc, but the cost is much higher - its as if the market is equalising (same as in smart phones - all of a sudden everything costs lots).

moislam79

Just received today and set up. I'm a Virgin Media customer on 100MB internet package. Unfortunately the most I'm getting is 30-60MB varied. Thinking of returning and buying a different type spending a bit more. Any recommendations?

moislam79

Yes you can

iwantsomecheapstuff

I got 2 packs of two which defaulted to two different networks

TP-Link TL-WA860RE N300 Universal Range Extender with Extra Power Outlet, Broadband/Wi-Fi Extender £16.49 @ Amazon
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TP-Link TL-WA860RE N300 Universal Range Extender with Extra Power Outlet, Broadband/Wi-Fi Extender £16.49 @ Amazon
Up to 300Mbps N Wi-Fi Speed 2.4GHz 1*10/100M Ethernet Port Extra power socket Works with any Wi-Fi router Smart Signal Indicator
dreamz

Missed out on this. Damn.

uglybob888

I’m not too sure about that. It may need to be from your router directly. Maybe someone else here will comment and let you know

Sprintz

Great and I actually bought 2 One for when the loft conversion is done Presume the additional extender will lextend from the first extender (rather than downstairs router)

uglybob888

Yea I leave it on

Sprintz

Perfect same as mine then, do you just leave yours on all day or just when you come back from work as not sure if a lot of energy consumption.

Ubiquiti unifi AP-ac long range delivered - £80.46 using code at ebay / ebuyer_uk_ltd
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Ubiquiti unifi AP-ac long range delivered - £80.46 using code at ebay / ebuyer_uk_ltd
£80.46£9011%eBay Deals
Ok probably a bit of a niche product but been on the hunt for 1 of these for a bit and this seems to be the best price, its £100.58 but using prep2020 takes it down to £80.46 deliv… Read more
bob_regis

Thanks I will take a look

charlie12

If you have "Block LAN to WLAN Multicast and Broadcast data" enabled in the wireless network settings, you need to either disable it or add the Google Home MAC addresses to the exception list.

bob_regis

I struggle to get a reliable connection with my Google home devices. Upgraded firmware etc but still not working. Anyone any ideas?

markdavey1972

You don't need to, but I do. I use a Raspberry PI.

daver77

Ended up with the new AC-IW-HD, it's about a quarter of the size of the Pro, much neater for a home install (if it's on view)

RING Video Doorbell 2 & Chime Pro Wi-Fi Extender & Indoor Door Chime Bundle @ Currys - £145
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RING Video Doorbell 2 & Chime Pro Wi-Fi Extender & Indoor Door Chime Bundle @ Currys - £145
Free delivery or click and collect Ring Video Doorbell 2 The Ring Video Doorbell 2 allows you to monitor your home from wherever you are. Simply download the free Ring app to see… Read more
farook_yakub

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farook_yakub

Does it run off your own WiFi or does it make a new WiFi ssd Price is £149 on curry’s website

sydney871

From what I can make out is WiFi extension and amplification of alerts. Not sure if that warrants the extra price.

Tensketch

Can anyone tell me what is so special about this chime?

outdoorguy

Costco deal is standard chime, not Chime Pro

Ring Floodlight Camera AND Chime Pro Wi-Fi Extender and Indoor Door Chime £229 @ Currys PC World
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Ring Floodlight Camera AND Chime Pro Wi-Fi Extender and Indoor Door Chime £229 @ Currys PC World
Amazon, and others, are selling just the floodlight camera for £249 so this is not only cheaper but also includes the pro wi-if extender and chime! Protect your home and get extra… Read more
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asaelliott

Same offer Costco online £170

Tenda A9 300mbps Wi-Fi Extender - £5.49 Delivered @ Box.co.uk
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Tenda A9 300mbps Wi-Fi Extender - £5.49 Delivered @ Box.co.uk
£5.49£9.9945%Box.co.uk Deals
Tenda A9 Wireless N300 Universal Range Extender A9 is a wireless N300 universal range extender, specially designed to extend the exisiting WiFi coverage and improve the signal st… Read more
Brij_Sharma

Coming up at £18.71?

hi0parag

Got it delivered 2 days ago, used WPS installation method , it seems to work for me. Though it's placed about 5 meters away from the crappy Virgin Media hub 3 to extend the WiFi on the same floor in a small property!

BattleBeast1

I have a couple of £15 Netgear ones,I would stick to using something by the same manufacturer as your router ,they work great,been using them around 4 years....easy set up,they just show up as another router and use the same password when setting up...mine is for example Main Router....Netgear75 Extender 1....Netgear75 ext1 Extender 2....Netgear75 ext2 The PS4 upstairs shows 40% signal without the extender,up over 90% with,they definitely work.

Jordan_76

I have a question guys I’ve ordered this last time and tried it but whenever it’s plugged in my WiFi becomes ver very slow when I unplug it WiFi speed becomes normal why is that?

bargains496

ordered 2, hope they work well.

Netgear AC1900 Wall Plug Mesh Wi-Fi Extender £39.99 @ Argos
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Netgear AC1900 Wall Plug Mesh Wi-Fi Extender £39.99 @ Argos
Half price £39.99. Was £79.99 WiFi Range Extenders boost your existing WiFi and deliver greater wireless speed and coverage to where WiFi signals are weak. Improve your home’s WiFi… Read more
Fasal_Waseem

this has expired, it is back to 79.99

Lindanutnut

Thanks op ordered

James_Linnell

Bought one of these a few years ago to boost the signal onto the garden. Excellent piece of kit at a good price too. Highly recommended

TP-Link AC750 Universal Dual Band Range Extender RE200 £19.99 @ Amazon (+£4.49 Non-prime)
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TP-Link AC750 Universal Dual Band Range Extender RE200 £19.99 @ Amazon (+£4.49 Non-prime)
£19.99£22.9913%Amazon Deals
AC750 Universal Dual Band Range Extender £19.99 @Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00KVD6CJY Operates over both the 2.4 GHz band (300 Mbps) and 5 GHz band (433 Mbps) for more… Read more
Flynn.Jack

Same price in Currys today. AC 750

GGWP

This one just takes £19.99, what else you want? (lol) BT black disk one pack takes £79.99 @ Amazon. Why pay that more if just want to extend Wi-Fi coverage? ;)

Skwoddie

As above - bit of teething trouble with initial setup, but I found that putting the extender next to router to install, then moving it where it's needed, fixed any issues. Great bit of kit.

marcinp12

How does it compare to BT black disk ?

muckspreader1

Great piece of kit fixed my problems.

Free 6 month Spotify Premium when you buy RING Chime Pro Wi-Fi Extender & Indoor Door Chime £40 @ Currys PC World
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Free 6 month Spotify Premium when you buy RING Chime Pro Wi-Fi Extender & Indoor Door Chime £40 @ Currys PC World
Currently cheapest online with Free 6 months Spotify Premium streaming subscription. Compatible with Ring Video Doorbell Provides an audible alert Extends your WiFi signal t… Read more
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mikeypr

If I buy two qualifying items from curry’s over two transaction, would I be able to apply the 2nd 6mth code to a new Spotify account in 6months time. Giving me a year? Want to buy two echos @£59 each to set up a stereo pair. Be a bonus to get Spotify for the year free.

Linksys AC2600 Wi-Fi Router/Wi-Fi Extender Velop Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (Pack of 2) £89.99 at Amazon
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Linksys AC2600 Wi-Fi Router/Wi-Fi Extender Velop Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (Pack of 2) £89.99 at Amazon
£89.99£11924%Amazon Deals
Good price for this mesh system. Velop with Intelligent Mesh Technology is an award winning family mesh WiFi system designed to create a flawless, full strength WiFi experience. … Read more
aal118

Very helpful as i am in the same situation virgin Hitron router have signal in some of the rooms i was looking at getting Velp WIfi Mesh not sure the best one to be honest

ken218

I am in the same situation and I find Orbi RBK30/RBK40 might be the better solution. It has 3/4 Ethernet ports on the main router. I think most people recommends running the Virgin hub as a modem only and have the wifi router manage the routing instead.

mbs84

How do these whole home wifi systems work if you already have a myriad of smart home hubs connected to your router? E.g. i have a Philips Hue Hub and Tado Hub connected to a Virgin Super Hub, but i also have dead wifi spots at home meaning i want to buy one of these systems. Can i simply connect one of these units to the Super Hub, place the other one(s) elsewhere and leave the smart home hubs as they are and it'll just work, or do you have to reconfigure the whole setup?

Haz_19

Im with virgin media and I bought the 3 pack BT discs yesterday, I now get full 200mbps wifi all around my 4 bed large victorian house. Currys price matched amazon for £150. They are easy to set up and can be controlled with an app.

bip50

Is this better or the BT disc(not mini)? I am on Virgin, should I get this or BT disc, should I also get a router to get better speed and respond?

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