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BT Smart Hub ADSL2+/VDSL 802.11ac Router

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Expert reviews and ratings

By GadgetSpeak on 84

All the user connections are in a single line at the back, first the Broadband input, then a USB port, next four bright yellow Gigabit Ethernet ports then the DC power input and finally an on/off button.The left side has a WPS Wi-Fi setup button and the...

By PC Advisor on 100

Upgrading to the Smart Hub is a no brainer, especially if you're out of contract and aren't planning to move to another broadband provider as it's free. While it may struggle to provide a strong Wi-Fi signal in the largest houses with thick stone walls,...

By alphr.com on 100

If there's one thing that's abundantly clear, however, it's that the BT Smart Hub is faster and has better range than its predecessor, and the good news is that upgrading isn't expensive. Existing customers can buy the BT Smart Hub for £50, which is an...

By Expert Reviews on 100

Incredibly fast and great value, the Smart Hub is a great choice for BT customers, but it's still slightly lacking in...

By TechRadar on

A promising piece of hardware which we can't wait to fully...

By Trusted Reviews on

We check out BT's new Broadband super-router BT Smart Hub price: £50 for existing BT customers, free for new sign-ups BT Smart Hub Release date: Rolling out to customers now ISP routers aren't usually something to get excited about. Past routers from...