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Announcements => News Articles => Topic started by: Bowdon on January 11, 2019, 10:57:27 AM

Title: ISP BT Expand Complete Wi-Fi to All Superfast Fibre Broadband Plans
Post by: Bowdon on January 11, 2019, 10:57:27 AM (

At the end of last year BT launched a new “coverage guarantee” for their premium “Plus” packages (here (, which pledged to deliver strong WiFi signals across your whole home via a new “Complete Wi-Fi” solution. The UK ISP has now expanded this to new non-Plus customers and thrown in 1 year of Amazon Prime access.

BT’s Complete Wi-Fi service costs an extra £10 per month and aims to “guarantee” you a strong WiFi signal in “every room” of your home by bundling their latest Smart Hub 2 router with a special WiFi boosting Disc (like the repeaters you get via the BT Whole Home Wi-Fi kit). At the time BT claimed that a “four-bedroom home could see an increase in Wi-Fi speeds of up to 25% around the home with just one disc.”

The disc itself remains the property of BT but the Hub becomes yours to keep as soon as you get it. However the guarantee means that if one disc isn’t enough to achieve the stated outcome then BT will throw in another one at no extra cost (up to a maximum of 3 discs) and if that doesn’t deliver coverage to every room then a bill credit of £20 is offered.

Initially only selected premium BT Plus packages could include the Complete Wi-Fi Guarantee (£5 extra per month), but from today it will also now be offered to all new “Superfast Fibre” broadband customers. Of course if you don’t fancy the monthly charge and then you could always get their Whole Home Wi-Fi kit with 3 discs for around £179.99 (or 2 discs for £122 (