ShaniTech BT Telephone Adapter / Socket Splitter 4 Way - 4 into 1 Plug to Socket for Phone , Fax , Modem , Answer Machine
|Price:||£4.99 & FREE Delivery in the UK on orders over £20. Details|
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- Converts single socket outlet to 4 outlets
- Connector type A:1 x BT Plug (Male)
- Connector type B:4 x BT Socket (Female)
- ShaniTech 2 year warranty
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Top Customer Reviews
Well worth the money - and the seller dispatched quickly.
I don't know is this product is supposed to help speed up internet but all I can say is that last night after using the new splitter my internet speed improved dramatically, it was amazing. I will continue to monitor but even with a 4yr old laptop on a duo-core processor I felt like I had a top of the line new one, like chalk and cheese as far as performance goes between the 2 splitters.
Would recommend and it's so cheap as well, why not.
Delivery was super quick as well, even with the super saver free delivery.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Does what is says on the tin. Have my sky box, telephone and an extention in it and had no problemsPublished 7 months ago by Chereb
Cant get too excited over this, however perfect shape being block, and does the job it was made for.Published 10 months ago by paul bladon smith