Homeplugs basically send internet down your mains. They take an ethernet from the router into the back of one of them then you plug it into a wall socket. You then plug another homeplug into another wall socket and take an ethernet cable from the back of that into your pc.

Your Typical Home Plug Setup Example


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HomePlug Network to extend WiFi coverage

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You might be experiencing a weak or intermittent WiFi signal in rooms further away from a router, say, at the far end or top of your house. A WiFi HomePlug kit can fix this, extending coverage and improving quality of signal. See all our Powerline/HomePlug Starter Kits to help you get connected.

Take the non-WiFi HomePlug adapter, plug it into a power socket close to your router and then connect it to the router with an Ethernet cable.
Take the WiFi HomePlug adapter and plug it into a power socket in a room where you are experiencing poor wireless coverage.
You're connected!

HomePlug Network for Home Multimedia

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In this scenario, you may have muliple rooms with Multimedia devices in the house and are experiencing the dreaded wireless lag whilst trying to work or play. HomePlugs used as a wired connection are a simple, effective solution.See all our Powerline/HomePlug Starter Kits to help you get connected.

Take one of the HomePlug adapters, plug it into a power socket close to your router and then connect it to the router with an Ethernet cable.
Take the other HomePlug adapter, plug it into a power socket close to your device and then connect with an Ethernet cable.
You're connected!

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