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talktalk 28 Apr 2014
Sorry, set it up on BT, but returned it as the WIFI coverage was less than my old belkin router. The set-up was very easy to follow.
28 Apr 2014 by Mr. Peter J. Bell
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I have mine set up on a Post Office connection at the moment. Talk Talk should be fine too I'd imagine, as long as you have your Username and Password which you'll get from Talk Talk customer services.
28 Apr 2014 by W. Dawson
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Hi. I didn't even get two weeks, mine stopped connecting after one day! I returned it as the customer service was useless at resolving the problem. Now using BT Home Hub 5 with no issues.
27 May 2014 by Amazon Customer
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Do not know as I have talk talk
28 days ago by bernard goodwin
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power, adsl, wlan, internet, (lan if using Ethernet)
15 Jun 2014 by kiwijock
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The rating label says 12V 1.5A, so 18W
13 Jun 2014 by Ruadh
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should be no problem as long as you have username and password
17 May 2014 by kiwijock
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not sure about that all i could get about the router is the usb supports these functions Storage Sharing, Printer Sharing, 3G Modem Sharing, FTP Server and Media Server hope that helps
15 Apr 2014 by fast learner
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Yes, If you take a look at the product description, it mentions that it is designed for BT line use (ADSL). Hope this helps
3 Dec 2013 by CDP
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