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fogie

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fogie says:

BT home hub

Does anyone else here use it? Is yours as crap as mine seems to be,- I have to press the re-set button a couple of times every evening, because the bloody thing just goes on stop??? We tried BT Vision here a while back, but couldn't get any joy. Hopeless, and they still wanted to charge us for it when we cancelled 'cos it was useless...  anyone?  

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hawk750

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Posts: 1865

hawk750 says:

I've

just gone on Sky broadband last week my pooters never been so fast :biggrin:

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preunit

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preunit says:

Which BT hub have you got

The new infinity one or the old white one?

if you've still got the old white one then go into hub manager on the computer and set the hub to a channel and stop it roaming, this will stop it rebooting.
If you've got the black infinity (Type B) one then i've got know idea cause ours is awesome :smile

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babyblade41

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Posts: 7483

babyblade41 says:

I didn't rate BT's service

at all, I cancelled very soon after installation .Broadband was useless and customer service were no help.

 

Went back to sky and for a while the broadband was excellent, then for some strange reason it has just dropped away.

Sky seem to think it is something to do with the BT line, but there are no faults.

As we don't need any tv package I have now gone for the cheapest  broadband Plusnet.  It can't be any worse than Sky but it's a whole lot cheaper

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Richnotrich

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Posts: 851

Richnotrich says:

Binned BT

11 years ago, after they started sending threatening letters for money that I didn't owe them. Will never use them again.:mad:

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aehewitt

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Posts: 8022

aehewitt says:

We have a

BT home hub.... (a white one) it works fine most of the time.But it does have off days...:roll eyes:

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eatcs01

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Posts: 3222

eatcs01 says:

BThomehub

Mine is perfect. But then, I used to work for BT :biggrin:


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NotAnotherHill

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Posts: 68

I changed to BT

about 5 months ago from Madasafish. I Just have their broadband package and generally have had no problems. I think it's 'lost' the Internet connection on two occasions but only for a few minutes. Madasfish were fine except they were charging £30 PCM for limited GB. With 2 computer mad boys and a daughter that lives on her virtual social networks, I need unlimited use!

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Boult

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Posts: 3225

Boult says:

Had a similar

thing with our normal router.


We had Talk Talk TV put in the other week which came with its own router....no problems since  :biggrin:

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mobileenoph

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Posts: 2003

mobileenoph says:

BT home hub

I've just signed up with BT and so far no problem with the broadband but I also have the youview package but cant use the service because the tv is too far from the hub and the power source (to the tv) is via an extension lead and apparently you cant run powerline adaptors through an extension lead,therefore iplayer and BT vision cant be used....so confusing

 

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fogie

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fogie says:

Mr Unit

It's a homehub 2.0 type A, if that means anything, and it's black..:blink:

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