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How do I order a Wi-Fi booster?

clarejm63
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How do I order a Wi-Fi booster? I was told one would be supplied as part of my installation but it wasn’t. I cannot get device connected to hub via Virgin Media Connect.

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newapollo
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Hi clarejm63 

Sorry to see you are having problems ordering the wifi pods. 

They are free if you are on the Gig1 package, or Ultimate Oomph, or on a Volt bundle, however if you are on any other package then they are £8  a month.

I hope the following helps. You need to use the Connect app to perform the Home Scan in the area where the signal is low(est)

The info below is a copy paste of the steps provided by @John_GS  (Forum Team) in how to order them when using the Connect app.

  • Tap Start the scan 
  • Then Start the scan again 
  • While connect to WiFi, Tap I’m ready 
  • Wait 2 mintues for Scan 
  • Scan complete, Tap continue 
  • Tap Add a room, Tap the room you're in 
  • Start the Scan (do this in every room) 
  • Scan complete 
  • Tap Optimise WiFi now if an option 
  • If so, Tap Optimise 
  • Optimisation complete, Tap Rescan room,  Tap Start Scan 
  • Tap Order a WiFi Booster if an option

If that doesn't work you can call  0800 064 3850 to order the first one 

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I had a Virgin technician unsuccessfully trying to fix my Hub3 on Tuesday.  I asked him about  those he said they're  no good at all . He didn't explain why . Your better to buy an Orbi Mesh setup . I bought  the Orbi Mesh . They're  very  expensive  but I now have a massive range than  Virgins could never   reach  . You'll  get an  Orbi router  with at least 2 to 3 satellite  pods . Im glad I bought  one . It's  just my Hub 3 that always  faults though.

jbrennand
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The Orbis are very high spec and price - there are much cheaper Mesh systems that wil be perfectly fine for most users

Look at the TP-Link Deco 3-pack range and especially the  --  S4, M4, M5, XC20.


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John
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I do not work for VM. My services: HD TV on VIP (+ Sky Sports & Movies & BT sport), x3 V6 boxes (1 wired, 2 on WiFi) Hub5 in modem mode with Apple Airport Extreme Router +2 Airport Express's & TP-Link Archer C64 WAP. On Volt 350Mbps, Talk Anytime Phone, x2 Mobile SIM only iPhones.