Best Mesh WIF Network

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josswallace

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I have had BT Broadband for the last two years and when we got it the coverage was so poor that I had to program two old BT Hub 4's as wireless extenders in our kitchen/diner and lounge. This worked but having 3 different wireless network names is a pain, especially as we have SONOS.

I have now just moved to SKY and have the same issue and rather than pay £5 per month for Sky Boost to have the ability to ask for up to 3 WIFI Mesh Nodes I want to consider purchasing a Mesh WIFI system that will connect to whichever Router I have supplied. i.e. I can then safely go to BT, Plusnet etc...etc.

Attached to my Router I currently have a network extension box and I have Cat 5 outside the house to our lounge and our kitchen extension. I want to get a mesh system that I can hook up a node to in say the lounge and see if just one node gives me the coverage I need, its not that large a house, but the Sky coverage at the moment is worse that BT's was. The other advantage is that I have 12 days left to freely cancel my Sky order and having this morning spent 40 minutes unsuccsessfully tryin to contact Sky support I am not very happy with them. Essentially I am looking for 1,2,3, devices that can attach via ethernet offering two band networking.

I understand BT do a mesh "extender" type system that you can purchase in individual units but I would appreciate any advice I can get.
 
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