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Standard User glossywhite
(committed) Sun 05-Jul-20 01:42:10
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[Videos]: EE "Smart Wifi" - a quick look


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Please enjoy a cursory look at EE's new "Smart WiFi" bundle, in these two videos:

Part #1: https://youtu.be/HmOM4jqzhq0

Part #2: https://youtu.be/Vxqqnp95sjU

Apologies in advance: this was supposed to be ONE SINGLE video, but my phone camera decided the file was too large, halfway through filming, and so I had to start again and create a "part 2".
Standard User jpm
(newbie) Sun 05-Jul-20 18:38:41
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Re: [Videos]: EE "Smart Wifi" - a quick look


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It's strange that EE have gone for something physically different in terms of the plastic parts to the BT version of this - a more square design with the detachable foot rather than the spring out ones. Would have thought the largest cost savings would have come from keeping as much the same as possible.

Also the Wi-Fi disc seems to be something from the BT Whole Home range, rather than the Total Wi-Fi which is the version that works with the Smart Hub 2. They aren't compatible with each other so it would be good to know what the decision behind that was, compared to just making things identical to the BT kit but in white.
Standard User glossywhite
(committed) Sun 05-Jul-20 23:48:10
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Re: [Videos]: EE "Smart Wifi" - a quick look


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In reply to a post by jpm:
It's strange that EE have gone for something physically different in terms of the plastic parts to the BT version of this - a more square design with the detachable foot rather than the spring out ones. Would have thought the largest cost savings would have come from keeping as much the same as possible.

Also the Wi-Fi disc seems to be something from the BT Whole Home range, rather than the Total Wi-Fi which is the version that works with the Smart Hub 2. They aren't compatible with each other so it would be good to know what the decision behind that was, compared to just making things identical to the BT kit but in white.


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