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BT Infinity

I've just had BT Infinity installed but the only socket in the house is in the hallway. I can either pay for an engineer to move the socket or I can purchase the Broadband Extended 600 kit. Can anyone tell me if I will lose significant download speed by going with the cheaper kit rather than move the socket ?

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Re: BT Infinity

It's an unanswerable question.

The only way to know is to install it.
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Cheers, just wondered if anyone had used the kit and found it worthwhile rather than the time and expense of an engineer.
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The broadband extenders usually have a better throughput than you are going to get from a normal BT Infinity connection, so they would be the cheapest option.

 

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Ideal, thanks
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My daughter used these on a 38Mbs Infinity 1 connection, and there is no noticable drop in speed.

 

http://www.shop.bt.com/products/bt-mini-wi-fi-home-hotspot-600-kit-084288-BVFF.html

 

 

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