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BT Home Hub 6 - worth using even if no Hub One issues?

JestersTear
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BT Home Hub 6 - worth using even if no Hub One issues?

I am swapping due to the ongoing 5ghz droput issues....

 

I have several friends who have Hub Ones (no issues they have noticed) and wondering if worth recommending to them?

 

Is there much more functioanlity in the HH6 ? Better wifi coverage?

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dvorak
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Re: BT Home Hub 6 - worth using even if no Hub One issues?

If it ain't broke... if you recommend a swap to your friends and they do when there are issues you'll get the blame Wink
I'd leave well alone if they are happy and not too technical.
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Baldrick1
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Re: BT Home Hub 6 - worth using even if no Hub One issues?

@dvorak 

Wise words indeed. How many times have I heard: "it was OK before you played with it"!

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Re: BT Home Hub 6 - worth using even if no Hub One issues?

More than I'd like to!
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Steven_Thompson
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Re: BT Home Hub 6 - worth using even if no Hub One issues?

And yet... the 5ghz is more stable. Plus one of the nicest features of the BT Hub is that you can switch off its light all together if you want to, or even put a timer on it. And @Baldrick1's set up instructions are really easy to follow...