How it works

WiFi signals are affected by lots of things, like walls and electrical equipment. However, the Linksys Velop routers with Intelligent Mesh™ technology, we supply as standard with all of our packages are one of the best routers on the market, designed to create a flawless, full-strength WiFi experience.

Most providers offer WiFi extenders to boost your bad WiFi signal. That means you have to manually switch between signals as you move around. Intelligent Mesh™ Technology learns from you, focusing the WiFi signal strength to your location in your home.

You will have one network and password, no matter how many routers you have, switching you seamlessly from one to the other to give you the best possible WiFi all the time. And for just £5 a month, you can get an additional router to cover large distances.

Intelligent technology

  • Better speed - our Velop router can handle speeds up to 2.2 Gbps, more than enough to handle even our fastest broadband.
  • Better WiFi - with 6 internal antennas and high-powered amplifiers, our technically advanced router assures you of the best possible signal in your home.
  • Stylish design - specially designed to look great in any location around your home, the sleek lines and finish mean you don't have to hide your router behind the TV any more!
  • Tri-band - unlike cheaper routers, our Velop Tri-band Intelligent Mesh router use three channels to ensure maximum coverage speed.

You’re in safe hands

  • Expert touch - our expert engineers know how to get the very best out of our superior routers and will set it up to make sure you get the best possible WiFi coverage and speeds from your full fibre broadband.
  • Simple switching - we've made switching to Community Fibre easy as 1,2,3. 
  • Linksys app - monitor and manage your home WiFi remotely with the Linksys app on your smartphone. Set Parental Controls, provide separate Guest Access and share the login details at the press of a button, or prioritise devices that need most speed at different times.

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*Theoretical measures: rely on the path through the internet to the server and the server itself, being capable of supporting these speeds