Home Hub - if selling do i include name and key?

  ruskin60 12:48 15 Mar 2009

I have a BT Home Hub 2.0 which is brand new in the box and unused and am wanting to sell it. When I sell this do I include the Wireless Settings card which details the Wireless Network Name and Wireless Key?? I am wondering whether these details are specific to my BT account and should therefore not be included?? Also, on the back of the box are details of a MAC code, CUP, Bulk, SN. Do I include these details to the buyer?? I have transferred to BT internet but kept my existing router so don't need the BT Hub. Can anyone offer me any advice please?

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 13:05 15 Mar 2009

You may find that the router does not belong to ou it is the property of BT and can not therefore be sold on.

  Fingees 13:19 15 Mar 2009

You will find that it can only be used with BT,as it connects automatically to them.

It's worth hanging on to, because if you ever want to use BT Vision, as I do, you will need it.

All the best.

  sharpamat 14:32 15 Mar 2009

as already advised the Hub supplied remains BTs because the hub will be updated by Bt including changes to passsword etc you may find that your present router will not do the full service as supplied by BT
This includs the HUb phone, BT Vision. Bt fone etc

  Forum Editor 15:32 15 Mar 2009

Technically the hub is not yours to sell.

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