I am upgrading to BT Halo 3+, which means I will get from 1 to 3 mesh discs to ensue Wi-Fi coverage inside our house. (I currently use power line adapters and 2 access points in addition to the existing router. The router is at the far corner of an extension where I intend the fibre will terminate.) Two questions:
Hopefully I know the answer to the seconds question.
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"With BT Halo 3+ you'll get...
Complete Wi-Fi are the black discs. I can't be sure but I don't think you can use a wired backhaul but you can have up to 3 discs so that shouldn't matter with it being a mesh system.
Just to close this off completely. There is an important difference between BT Whole Home Wi-Fi and BT Complete Wi-Fi.
BT Whole Home Wi-Fi is a mesh system that works with nearly all Routers and is widely available.
BT Complete Wi-Fi only works in conjunction with the BT Smart Hub 2 and ideally the free My BT App. It is available to rent from BT, as part of the Halo plus packages or can be bought from Amazon and the BT Shop.