Wi-Fi isn't as great as it's cracked up to be sometimes, and there's often some annoying interferences that can get in the way of your lovely invisible internet signal. Like the microwave or a giant concrete statue in your hallway.
Worry no more about any of that -- with a powerline kit you can send your broadband from one place to another using your electricity supply. Or something -- to be honest we're not entirely sure how it works. But magically, it does, and you can have a 200Mbps powerline kit winging its way to your home right now for a mere £19.99. That's how much this On Networks set-up will cost you with the help of a £25 off voucher. Just don't try sending other things, like drinks, through your electrical sockets -- that'll never end well.
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