@andydesigns and @ab79 I'm sorry to see you are both having issues using Netflix with your HH3. I've made the contact the mods link visible in my forum profile so you can send over details and we'll get this looked into.
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Just to confirm that for me, it did appear to be a issue with the hub. BT delivered a replacement HH3 over the weekend and I now have no problems connecting to Netflix.
Received my replacement HH3 hub today and Netflix all working perfectly!. My old hub was a HH3 Type B, the replacement is a HH3 Type A, so could it be an issue with just the Type B version?.
Also, as ab79 mentions your Techincal support/Customer service teams really need to be made of aware of this because neither were able to offer me a replacement hub as a solution when I called.
Thanks to SeanD/NeilO for finally sorting this out for us.
Well, after the initial joy of being able to connect to Netflix without an issue, the unreliable HH3 type A wifi has annoyed the rest of the family so much that I'm being badgered into asking for the type B hub back. Without fail, every 3 or 4 days all phones, tablets etc lose connection to wifi, which can only be resolved with a reset of the hub.
It's a shame that BT can't combine the features/software of the type A and B so that it just works as I expect it should. Do they even have such a thing? And, if so, why don't they just supply it to all customers?
Is anyone aware of a'fix' for the type A that will improve it's wifi reliability?