Get yourself connected

Connecting multiple devices to your main home network can be a daunting task, especially with our increasing desire to remain continuously connected. So how can you make sure you’ve got the right network connectivity? That’s where we come in. Let us help you choose the best performing network products to suit you and your family’s needs.

Whole Home Wi-Fi

Without Whole Home Wi-Fi

With Whole Home Wi-Fi

Whole Home Wi-Fi ensures you can connect to all your devices no matter where you are in the house by using a range of access points to provide a consistent smooth Wi-Fi connection throughout the home. Plus with Summer finally here you can even ensure you pick up your Wi-Fi in the garden!

Whole Home Wi-Fi

Whole Home Wi-Fi

Are you looking to connect to numerous tablets, mobiles and smart TV’s all at once?

Whole Home Wi-Fi uses a range of access points to provide a seamless and consistent wi-fi connection throughout the home by creating a strong Wi-Fi bubble that eliminates any Wi-Fi dead zones.

A stronger signal and coverage means you won’t have to worry about your favourite Netflix show cutting out mid episode or missing that important Facetime call!

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Do you find one of your family members often requires a strong and powerful internet connection a majority of the time and this is impacting your use of Wi-Fi at home?

A router connects all your individual devices to the internet. Most broadband providers provide a router when you sign up to their network, however to guarantee a faster connection and to connect to more devices you may benefit from upgrading your router. The majority of our routers have both wired and wireless connectivity.

Wireless Routers: To use a wireless router, you’ll need to ensure all your devices have wireless connectivity.

Wired Routers: A wired router is especially good for devices such as an Xbox or your Smart Home products where an undisturbed connection is required. These types of devices need to be physically plugged into your router ports by ethernet cables. In most cases ethernet cables are provided with the device that requires a wired connection.

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Powerline Adapters & Range Extenders

Powerline Adapters & Range Extenders

Do you often find you experience ‘Wi-Fi drop out’ in hard to reach areas of your home?

We all have a part of the home where our wi-fi connection doesn’t seem to reach. We call these areas ‘dead spots.’ Both Powerline Adapters & Range Extenders provide the solution to this. Also known as Wi-Fi Boosters, they amplify the signal from your router to those annoying dead spot wi-fi zones…

Range Extenders (Wireless): A wireless range extender is a hardware device that plugs into a plug socket in your home, placed between your router and the area of your home which isn’t connecting to the Wi-Fi. The device quickly picks up the Wi-Fi signal from your router, extending your wi-fi to the dead spot you’re targeting.

Powerline Adapters (Wired): Powerline adapters are also useful to create a fast home network using the electrical wiring in your home. Made up of two adapters, the first plugs into a power socket near the router, you then connect this to your router via an ethernet cable. The second then plugs into a power socket near your device, connecting to your device via a second ethernet cable.

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Network Switches

Jargon Buster


A telecommunications network that allows computers to exchange data.

Smart Home

A home with a number of devices connected to one wireless network.


Mobile telecommunication technology that enables superfast wireless internet access.


Small Wi-Fi network generated by a device connected to a mobile phone network, where you can take your laptop/other mobile device and wirelessly connect to the internet.


A system allowing computers, smartphones etc to connect to the internet and communicate with one another wirelessly in a certain area.

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