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Enhance your MyRepublic WiFi-Experience

To help maximise your MyRepublic broadband experience, we have introduced the new AC2600 D-Link EXO, with MU-MIMO and Smart Beam technology, which is great for larger homes and provides extended coverage. The EXO works on both ADSL and nbn™ networks and you can now upgrade to it for just $199.

Simply need a replacement device? We are currently offering the Wi-Fi Hub+ at the promotional price of only $129.

Important information when choosing your modem

If you have a large house- the DLink AC2600 Wi-Fi Gigabit Router (DIR-882) combines ultra-fast next generation Wi-Fi with Gigabit Ethernet and a dual-core processor for enhanced performance, with advanced AC SmartBeam which can bring dead zones back to life by delivering individual beams of bandwidth where you need it. 4 Gigabit ports give you lightning fast wired connections and dual USB ports let you access content on your network.

The  MyRepublic Wi-Fi Hub+ has AC1600 technology and is also dual band, providing a good modem for small- medium households.

Bandwidth

Wireless-AC has wider bandwidth capabilities of 80 MHz (and an optional 160 MHz). By comparison, older N-Series Modems bandwidth was only 20 or 40 MHz. Imagine the MHz as lanes on a highway: 20 MHz represents 2 lanes and 80 MHz represents 8 lanes. The more lanes available, the larger the amount of data that can pass through simultaneously, giving you the  maximum performance connection speed.

Multi Input Multi Output (MU-MIMO) available on D-Link DIR 882

MU-MIMO allows communication with 4 different devices at the same time where you only used to be able to connect one. No longer is there a queue of connectivity on a router waiting for availability. With Wireless-AC, more devices can connect instantly to a single router, with less interference or disruptions.

Why have 2 bands?

Both Modems use wireless-AC  with a choice of  the 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz bands. Most people will use the 5GHz frequency most of the time, but if you are on the edge of your Wi-Fi Modem’s reach, use the 2.4 GHz network as it is slower but more stable when you are further away from your connection point.