by Lukebl
Explorer

Extending 4GEE mini signal

Hi. I have just signed up to a 4GEE mini wifi. I live in an old house with thick walls, so I need to get an extender to boost the signal so that it reaches most if the house. My existing BT extender one won't work, and when I rang EE for technical advice I was told that it isn't possible to extend the signal. Surely it must be possible to get an extender to work?

 

Thanks, Luke

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by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: Extending 4GEE mini signal

I would have a look at Powerlines / HomePlug wireless extenders that operate over the mains electricity.

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by Lukebl
Explorer

Re: Extending 4GEE mini signal

Thanks for that but, as the 4GEE MINI doesn't have an ethernet socket, there's no way to connect it to the Powerline hub.

by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: Extending 4GEE mini signal

Oh, I thought there might be some that could operate entirely by WiFi.

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