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With the Vox UPS, you can keep your Fibre or LTE router connected for up to four hours whilst the power is down.

This allows you to stay connected so you can continue streaming your favourite TV series, browse social media and surf the web while your neighbours sit in the dark.

  • Four hours uptime
  • Automatic activation
  • Small and compact
  • Plug and play installation
  • 24/7 support

*T&Cs apply.


How It Works

Features and Benefits

  • Up to three hours uptime

    The Vox UPS charges while you have power and switches over to battery power during load shedding.

  • Activates automatically

    The Vox UPS will start up automatically in a power outage. There is no need to turn it on, like you would a generator.

  • Small and compact

    No need to worry about bulky gadgets. The Vox UPS is small and compact and will fit neatly next to your router.

  • Easy to install

    The Vox UPS is plug and play and can be installed by anyone, so there is no need for a professional technician to help you out.

  • Supported by Vox

    Vox has a national footprint and a 24/7 service desk. Should you encounter any issues, you can call for assistance.

Frequently Asked Questions

Three adapters are supplied for most Fibre ONT and routers.

It provides power to your Fibre or LTE router and ensures that connectivity stays up when the power is down.

The Vox UPS is plug and play and can be installed by anyone.

No the Vox UPS only powers most Vox Fibre ONT and routers.

No most FTTB routers don’t have a 12V input and output port?

Pricing as advertised may be subject to CPI related price increases as per terms and conditions.

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