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iqzy
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BT Home Hub 4

I know the BT Home Hub 4 should be releasing tomorrow (10th May 2013) but what about us existing customers that have complained time after time about how rubbish HH3 was and craving for a new router, would we get it free without signing up to another 12 month contract? 

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Re: BT Home Hub 4

You can buy one for £35
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Re: BT Home Hub 4

I have pleaded with BT and have probably had 6 different hubs since renewing my contract in November. If anything should be entitled with a free one considering the problems I've had with them.

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Has anyone got a link to the Technical Specifications on the HH4 ? 

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The new BT Hub 4 product specification 

Ports and Sockets 
• ADSL network interface for BT Broadband 
• 1x RJ45 Gigabit WAN interface for BT Infinity 
• 4x RJ45 Ethernet LAN ports 
• 1x Gigabit Ethernet 
• 3x 10/100 Base T Ethernet 
• 1x USB 2.0 master socket x1 

Buttons 
• Wireless: WPS 
• Reset (Pinhole) 
• Restart 
• On/Off power button 

LED 
• Power 
• Broadband 
• Wireless 
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Weight & dimensions 
• 301 (gms) 
• 116 high x 236 wide x 31 deep (mm) 

Wireless 
• Dual band concurrent wireless 
• 2.4GHz: 802.11n dual-stream 2x2 MIMO. Back compatible with 802.11 b/g 
• 5GHz: 802.11n dual-stream 2x2 MIMO. Back compatible with 802.11a 
• WPS wireless connection 
• Smart Wireless – automated channel selection in 2.4 & 5GHz 
• Wireless channel operation 
• 2.4GHz: 20MHz (default), 40MHz supported 
• 5GHz: 40MHz (default), 20MHz supported 
• Up to 64 simultaneous wireless users supported 

Wireless encryption 
• 2.4GHz: WPA & WPA2 (default), WPA, WPA2 and WEP 64/40 
• 5GHz: WPA2 
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Wireless Transmission speed 
• 2.4GHz wireless: up to 300Mbps 
• 5 GHz wireless: up to 300Mbps 
• Up to 150 Mbps (20MHz) 
• Up to 300 Mbps (40MHz) 

Power consumption 
• Latest intelligent power management; hub functions are monitored and individually put into power save mode when not in use. 
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Other features 
• Packaging designed to fit through typical UK letter box 
• Smart set up – new CD-less installation 
• Support for BT Wifi 
• Packaging is 100 per cent recycled card with non-petrochemical inks 

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Re: BT Home Hub 4

Only one Gigabit port, same as the HH3, pathetic.

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The WAN port is also Gb
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Yeah, but only one output is Gigabit. And before somebody says you couldn't max out more than one, I have 330Mbps FTTP Smiley Happy

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Does your modem have a Gigabit port?
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Doesn't matter I have a gigabit switch installed in my network, would have been nice to see a significant router upgrade. Ive been thinking of getting a Asus rt-n66u or Netgear N900 for a while anyway.

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