BT Broadband is better than ever thanks to the launch of the new BT Smart Hub, which is packed with technology to make your home wi-fi even better.

The BT Smart Hub boasts the UK’s most powerful wi-fi signal* which means you can get better wi-fi with fewer dropped connections in more rooms throughout your house.

Designed by an award-winning team, the router has a selection of unique features that work together to give you the UK’s most powerful wi-fi signal. Let’s take a closer look.

Intelligent design

The BT Smart Hub has seven antennas - more than any router from a major broadband provider in the UK.  These seven antennas are positioned to give the Smart Hub an unmatchable wireless range (on average it goes one room further) so you can get wi-fi in more rooms throughout your house with fewer blackspots.

Latest wi-fi technology

The Smart Hub includes the next-generation of wi-fi technology, including the latest 4x4 Multi User MiMo AC chipset. This means multiple devices can connect to wi-fi at the same time and you’ll still enjoy a fast connection.

Built-in filters

Interference can cause wi-fi drop-outs, but the BT Smart Hub includes advanced filters that block interference, which means a more reliable wi-fi connection with fewer dropouts.

BT Smart Hub

Smart Wireless

Smart Wireless works in the background to help ensure your wireless signal is more reliable by automatically selecting and swapping to the wi-fi channel with the least interference.

Smart Scan

Unique to BT, Smart Scan technology ensures the Smart Hub functions at its best by scanning for performance issues. If it detects a problem it reboots itself at a convenient time, such as at night.

New design

BT’s Hub is thin enough to fit through the majority of letter boxes, so you don’t have to worry about being at home when it’s delivered. It also comes with a removable password card, so you can find your wi-fi password quickly when you need to connect a new device.

The BT Smart Hub is available to order now. Find out more here.

*Compared to routers from other major broadband providers in the UK.