You can use a power line extender to allow the HUB to be moved closer to the meter if your router is too far away from the meter.

What is power line adapter?

Power line adapter basically turns a building's existing electrical wiring -- the wires that carry electricity to different outlets in the house -- into network cables, meaning they also carry data signals for a computer network. This means virtually all households, in the U.K at least, are "wired for" power line networking. It doesn't replace a regular network, so you'll still need a router, but it's a good way to extend your existing network into new places.

A Power line network is essentially a wired network with (mostly) hidden wires.

A typical kit comes with 2 power line adapters, to install you connect one of the Ethernet cables to your router and to the first of the adapters. Then you plug it into the nearest power socket. You click the second Ethernet cable into the back of the GEO HUB and into the second adapter. You plug the second adapter into the nearest power socket.

Most adapters auto-detect each other no drivers or lengthy configuration process is required. This enables data packets to whizz from router to GEO HUB, traveling along the Ethernet cable, into the first adapter, across the electrical wiring in the walls, out into the second adapter and into the GEO HUB.