It might work OK "out of the box", but there's a range of not infrequent issues that can be headed off by changing a few of the wireless default settings - you'll need to root around in the various wireless menus of the hub to get to these.
Rename the 2.4 and 5 GHz networks so each has a unique name that you can tell them apart for example "Freds5G" and "Freds24G". This is because some devices get confused by the two bands sharing the same name. Always use the 5 GHz band on devices that support it. Printers, doorbells, lightbulbs and other dumb devices will probably only be able to see and use the 2.4 Ghz.
Turn off "automatic optimisation". Again, with some devices they don't like the way this works.
Turn off Guest network if you don't use it (no point giving the Hub more work to do than it has to).
If you have a connection faster than 200 Mbps, increase the 5 GHz channel width to 20/40/80. That enables any capable devices to connect at the highest possible speed.
If you then download the Virgin Media Connect app, and it persuades you that you have a weak signal and need a booster, ONLY HAVE THE VM BOOSTER IF IT IS FREE AS PART OF YOUR PACKAGE. Otherwise the booster rental pricing makes it far better to just bypass the hub's mediocre wifi and buy yourself a cheap mesh wifi system.
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