Plume, the Silicon Valley based creator of self-optimising Adaptive WiFi, has announced its availability in the UK through an invitation-only offering with TalkTalk.
The Plume membership offered specifically for TalkTalk customers includes Adaptive WiFi, HomePass guest access, parental controls, and the Plume app for just £9 per month. This monthly fee includes a two-SuperPod starter pack. Additional SuperPods are £69 each for expansion of the home Wi-Fi coverage area.
Plume works seamlessly with existing TalkTalk broadband services to add a layer of connectivity and personalisation to the home. Its security features further enhance TalkTalk’s existing range of internet security and filtering products. Plume’s self-optimising network can be set upvia the Plume mobile app, and includes high-performance SuperPods – tri-band Wi-Fi devices that plug directly into the wall.
Plume enhances TalkTalk’s existing products by constantly analysing and adapting to each member’s unique environment, which enhances Wi-Fi signal and streaming capabilities. Adaptive WiFi fills every inch of the home with a strong, reliable signal, ensuring a consistent experience across every device.
“We’re continuously looking for ways to deliver great connectivity around the home and we know that fast, reliable Wi-Fi coverage is really important to our customers, particularly as the amount of time they’re spending online is increasing. Plume’s easy to use and personalised service aligns directly with TalkTalk’s core values of providing simple and reliable connectivity,” said Phil Amy, Director of Product at TalkTalk.
“Since launching Plume in the US, we’ve received a tremendous amount of interest from the UK. We are thrilled to deliver a new level of personalisation, connectivity, and security in the home to TalkTalk subscribers,” said Sri Nathan, co-founder and head of Business Development at Plume. “TalkTalk is the perfect partner to expand Plume’s reach to a wider audience and continue our mission of delivering new, high quality services for the connected home.”