BT Home Hub 2.0



BT Home Hub 2.0

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By GadgetSpeak on 88

A lot of thought appears to have gone into this latest generation of the Home Hub to ensure that it meets the requirements of most households, and probably a many small/home businesses. Price depends on who you are. If youre a new BT broadband...

By Expert Reviews on 80

Smart and easy to use, with good range, only lacking QoS. The Home Hub 2.0 is now available as part of BTs Total Broadband packages or as a standalone product. If you have a BT account, some unique features are enabled. For example, with a BT...

By Absolute Gadget on 70

Another nice touch is the access controls. Again anohter security feature but one that parents will welcome. Basically, little Johnnys laptop in his bedrrom can be denied internet access at certain times of the day and night. We couldnt see any way...

By Web User on 96 you purchased a broadband service from your ISP, you probably didnt spend much time thinking about what hardware you were going to get. BT, however, seems to have constructed its entire sales pitch around its recently revamped Home...

By PC Advisor on

A very simple to use router, the BT Home Hub 2.0 is only an average performer. It may be perfect for the average home user who has no desire to tinker, but more technical users will probably prefer a more adaptable router. Spencer Dalziel...

By Expert Reviews on 80

BT is the first UK ISP to launch a Draft-N wireless router. You can buy it for £90 including VAT if youre not a BT customer, but new sign-ups can get it free with BT Total Broadband Option 3 or Option 2 orders made online. Existing customers can...