BT Total Broadband's new Home Hub has up to twice the wireless range of other UK broadband providers, according to BT.
The device uses next-generation wi-fi technology to enable reception in previously difficult to reach areas.
The Hub also houses the latest 'N'-standard wireless technology, BT claim they are the first UK ISP to offer the 'N'—standard.
Other new features included improved security with the latest WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) technology enabled out-of-the-box and a Power Save mode which enables customers to programme the Hub to turn off the wireless function when it is not in use.
John Petter, managing director, BT Retail Consumer, said: "The new Hub will give you up to twice the wireless range of our competitors—giving our customers much more coverage in the home, even in those 'difficult-to-reach' areas, and more freedom to use their broadband wirelessly from wherever they want—whether in the living room, bedroom or even in a garden. The 'N' standard technology also helps to prevent your wireless connection from annoyingly disappearing by providing a much more efficient wireless signal. Put simply, our new Home Hub reaches the parts other hubs cannot reach."
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