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    Wireless adaptors

    This is a discussion on Wireless adaptors within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Having Skybb installed Monday and want to be wireless, I see that sky can provide these when the engineer installs ...

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      Wireless adaptors

      Having Skybb installed Monday and want to be wireless, I see that sky can provide these when the engineer installs my router.Does anyone know how much they charge?(should I buy them myself).


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      Welcome to the site gingertom

      I am not sure about the engineer being able to supply one to you unless your placed an order for one when you ordered SkyBB but if they can I think they are around 20

      Good luck for Monday.
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      The engineer who installed the broadband for me produced one when he noticed I didn't have a LAN socket on the back of my computer. Price 20.

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      Thats good to know thanks Muppet
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