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Broadband ISP File Sanctuary Launch New UK FRITZ!Box Routers

Thursday, Jun 27th, 2024 (8:19 am) - Score 1,520

New and existing customers of UK internet provider File Sanctuary, which sells FTTP, G.fast (SOGFast) and FTTC (SOGEA) broadband packages via Openreach, may like to know that the ISP has just expanded their line-up of discounted routers, which now includes the FRITZ!Box 7690, FRITZ!Box 7530 AX routers, the FRITZ!Repeater 3000 AX, and the FRITZ!Fon C6.

According to File Sanctuary, these devices are available “significantly below RRP” (recommended retail price) for both new and existing broadband customers. “If you’re already a customer, there’s no requirement to renew your contract to get a new router! Better yet, the routers are yours to keep, and we don’t lock them to our network,” states the ISP.


A quick look at the provider’s website shows that they’re selling, for example, the FRITZ!Box 7690 at £216 inc. VAT, the FRITZ!Box 7530 AX for £108 and the FRITZ!Repeater 3000 AX is also being sold for £120. The provider previously only seemed to offer a range of Wi-Fi 6 routers from Zyxel.


FS’ Summary of the New Routers

FRITZ!Box 7690: The Powerhouse Router

The FRITZ!Box 7690 is a marvel of modern technology, supporting future connection speeds all the way up to 2.5 Gbps, while providing high-speed Wi-Fi 7 up to 5760 + 1400 Mbps. It’s the perfect choice for those who demand ultra-fast browsing, streaming, and gaming. With its intelligent Mesh Wi-Fi, you can enjoy seamless coverage throughout your home or office when paired with a FRITZ!Repeater.

FRITZ!Box 7530 AX: Affordable Connectivity

The FRITZ!Box 7530 AX brings you the latest in Wi-Fi 6 technology, with speeds up to 1800 Mbps + 600 Mbps. It’s designed to handle the increasing number of devices in our homes and offices, ensuring optimal data rates even under heavy network usage.

FRITZ!Repeater 3000 AX: Expanding Your Horizons

Say goodbye to dead spots with the FRITZ!Repeater 3000 AX. This tri-band wireless repeater supports Wi-Fi 6 and offers a speeds of up to 2400 Mbps. It works in harmony with your FRITZ!Box router to extend the range of your Wi-Fi network, ensuring perfect coverage in every corner.

FRITZ!Fon C6: The Smart Telephone

The FRITZ!Fon C6 is not just a telephone; it’s a smart device that supports HD telephony for natural sound quality and offers a range of features like email reception, web radio, and Smart Home control. It’s the ideal companion to our Hosted VoIP service and your FRITZ!Box, bringing you a great way to replace your landline phone, while bringing convenience and clarity to your calls.

File Sanctuary’s ultrafast FTTP packages start at £40 per month for 150Mbps (27Mbps upload) on a 12 or 18 month term and rise to £55 per month for their top 900Mbps (110Mbps upload) tier. They also have some slower packages for a slightly lower price than £40.

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3 Responses
  1. Avatar photo PoweredByVeg says:

    I have a zen router, you can see why they are on sale. Ugly AF!

    1. Avatar photo Seppi Evans says:

      Ha ha, indeed they are fugly but they are probably the best Router an ISP supplies for free (Zen)

    2. Avatar photo 3490 wins says:

      The 7530 WiFi range is rubbish compared to the 3490 which it replaced. The sceptic in me believes the switch was to try and entice more customers to buy the repeater 3000s.

      The design though, is not something I’m a fan of.

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