A new offer from BT could help people boost their home broadband by improving the reach and reliability of their Wi-Fi connections at a lower cost.
The internet provider has just slashed the price of its WHole Home Hub router deals by up to a third, offering consumers an even more affordable way to boost their signal, the Daily Express reports.
BT's Whole Hub system uses multiple devices to extend a home's Wi-Fi signal in order to connect everyone in the home to the fastest, strongest signal possible, as well as eliminating dead zones and drop-outs where the connection cannot reach.
Prices for the twin pack, which includes two Wi-Fi discs and is suitable for most one to two-bedroom properties, now start at £99.99. This marks a saving of £30 from the previous costs.
For those with a larger property, or who want to ensure their signal reaches the very bottom of the garden, the ultimate triple pack has also seen its price reduced by £30, and will now cost £169.99.
As well as improving the strength and reach of a home's Wi-Fi, the Whole Home Hub also allows parents to configure their Wi-Fi by turning it off at certain times of the day, or restricting access to certain devices.
This could be hugely useful when it's children's bedtime or homework hours, as recent research by BT found two-thirds of parents say their kids get distracted by online services when they should be focusing on their schoolwork.