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WiFi signal

I have a Hub 3.0 and am having issues with WiFi teaching all the rooms in my house. I can get good signal in my lounge (where the router is) and the study (which is directly upstairs) but there is a significant drop off in the other rooms. A netgear booster does not seem to significantly improve things. I didn’t have the issue with sky and have been told that virgin can help in response to a forum post like this. 

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Re: WiFi signal

Virgin can rent boosters to you to help with this, try downloading the connect app to check for blackspots

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Thanks, they have recommended boosters. I’m reluctant to spend money on them as i have just transferred over from Sky where I didn’t have this issue quite so badly. I also expected to get a lot more interrupted coverage than just the room where my router is situated. 

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Re: WiFi signal

Don’t rent the boosters.

Put the money towards some equipment you can actually keep. 


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