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July 2, 2008

BT starts selling the iPlate


by David Allen

Having been tested a while back, the iPlate from BT was regarded to be a great success from the thousand BT customers who were involved in the trials.

Now BT is making the device available to all of its customers at a cost of £10, although the device can be purchased by non BT customers from certain retail outlets for around £16.

The device works on the principle of cutting out interference when connected to the primary phone socket before anything is connected to the phone line.

Once connected to the main junction box, the device will automatically remove any interference that can affect the performance of the broadband connection.

This interference can come from microwaves, TVs and many other electrical items.

It is claimed that the iPlate can boost broadband speeds by an average of 1.5 Mbps, which if the user is getting a low speed can mean a lot indeed.

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