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Billion-bipac-7800n.33149050
8.6 out of 10

Billion BiPAC 7800N

The BiPAC 7800(N) series uses a Dual-WAN approach with an ADSL2+ Read more

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Reviews and Problems with Billion BiPAC 7800N

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Overall 2
2.0

Terrible Wireless performance

RRCR, UK, Amazon
29 July 2013
  • Summary: I bought this router thinking it would be far superior to the standard BT Homehub, with a price tag over £100 you would expect it to outperform in every way - not the case. Don't get me wrong, there are many features on this router and the ability to change the DNS servers was a welcome one over the HomeHub but the wireless performance was just terrible.
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Overall 2
2.0

Don't buy it

Stan Daymond "Stan", Amazon
14 June 2013
  • Summary: It is an expensive device comparing to other products on the market.I had it for 2 years. Now the wireless broke down, just after the warranty passed. I was going for a trip for a few days, so I turned the device off. After returning and starting it the wireless is no longer working. I searched Google for other users comments with similar problems and I found many similar cases.
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Overall 2
2.0

Very disappointed.

feta boab "feta_boab", Amazon
2 October 2012
  • Summary: Like many others on here, i was swayed by the numerous positive reviews, so decided to get a decent wireless router after my old ISP freebie packed in the game. Amazon were brilliant (as usual) with their 1-day delivery. Setup was pretty straightforward. Download speed (wired) came in at a consistent 11-12.5 Mbps down and 1.02 up (as much as I can expect on my line). As noted in other reviews, this router is packed with features to give a detailed control over setup.
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Overall 2
2.0

Very poor build quality

Zultan, Amazon
26 August 2012
  • Summary: The 7800N seemed worthy of the 5 star reviews at first. Unfortunately it turns out that it's highly prone to wireless failure after a year or two, as a quick Internet search will reveal. Instead of having surface mounted Wifi chips, it contains a cheap Ralink mini-PCI card held in place by the liberal dollops of the notorious "brown glue" that slowly absorbs moisture from the air and turns into an acidic conductor that will either eat the circuit board or short it out.
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