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#246684 17-Feb-2019 12:46
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Does 2 degrees give out fritz 7490 or 7590 now?

I just ordered a new one from 2degrees so I can run mesh network in new house. Get rid of blind spots

Be nice if 7590

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  #2181510 17-Feb-2019 14:46
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They sent me a 7560 for a VDSL connection last month.





 


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  #2181531 17-Feb-2019 15:06
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  #2181542 17-Feb-2019 16:20
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7560 for VDSL/ Low end UFB

 

 

 

7490 only for 900 Mb UFB

 

and as said above both do Mesh.





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  #2181741 18-Feb-2019 07:38
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Smithy47:

 

 

 

7560 for VDSL/ Low end UFB

 

 

 

7490 only for 900 Mb UFB

 

and as said above both do Mesh.

 

 

I just received a 7490 for 100/20 UFB


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  #2181873 18-Feb-2019 09:56
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I have just requested a 100/20 UFB install with 2 degrees...can I expect to receive one of these devices?


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  #2181875 18-Feb-2019 10:02
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Hey guys,

 

 

 

Yes, if you are on Copper [ADSL/VDSL] or Fibre [100/20, 100/100, 200/20, 200/200] you would receive a 7560.

 

Whereas if you are on Fibre with 900/400 you would get a 7490.

 

 

 

Both modems support Mesh :) so you should be good.

 

 

 

Cheers

 

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