I already have a full installation of services. Phone, bb and TV. At the moment the superhub lives next to my TV downstairs.
Because of a new work i need to connect via ethernet cable to the hub. WiFi is not an option or those plugs via electricity.
My home office is upstairs which makes it very difficult to have 50 mt of cable running in the middle of the house, so i was hoping there is a way to split the cable coming in the house and get 2 hubs one downstairs and one upstairs.
The other option here is to pay for a relocation of the Superhub3 up into your office then use a set of Wi-Fi boosters for the downstairs of the house as long as the ring main is good for the boosters to work effectively.
Relocation of equipment carry's a £99 charge with us.
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The simplest and most cost effective way is to run ethernet cable from your downstairs router through the wall to outside then up the brickwork and into your office. This will cost far less than £99 and gives you a far more stable connection than WiFi. You can even do it yourself so can be done whenever. It's not technical.