Can anyone simply tell me the differences between Type A and Type B Home Hubs, I cannot find this information anywhere on the BT site. Your help would be much appreciated.
Thanks for clarifying this information with me, would you say going for a Type B Home Hub is wiser than going for a Type A Home Hub? It's just we have seemed to have been issued with mainly Type Bs than Type As when upgrading the Home Hub as part of our broadband packages, this was from the Home Hub 2 where we had 2 when swapping from ADSL to Infinity to the Home Hub 3, we have so far never had a Home Hub 4 where there are 4 versions, 2 for ADSL and 2 for Infinity, this is also true for the Home Hub 2 as well as the Home Hub 3 plus we've never had a Home Hub 5 which I know there are 2 versions nor a Home Hub 1 where there was only 1 type of Home Hub 1 and Home Hub 1.5.
So from what you are saying Hubs are sent out randomly from both batches to BT customers who have either ADSL or Infinity, have I understood you correctly?
The HH5a is made by a different manufacturer to the HH5b.... The hubs themselves are identical....
Strictly speaking the hubs are not "identical".
In general the B variety are better than the A's.
For example the 3 A and 5 A suffer from the data value reset problem while the 3 B and 5 B do not. This is the most obvious difference.