Wifi Mesh Router System Refresh
Google launches a new bundle for its Google WiFi mesh router, matches offer from rival BT Whole Home WiFi.
20:05 16 March 2018
Google has recently launched a new three-pack for its Google WiFi mesh router system, a year after it unveiled the mesh router solution in the United Kingdom.
The Google WiFi three pack, which matches offer from rival BT Whole Home WiFi, is now being sold for £329. Customers who prefer single units can get them for £129 each. Meanwhile, BT Whole Home WiFi offers the same product with a cheaper price tag of £189.
The technology as proved to be a popular solution to WiFi dead zones in the home. Google uses a technology called WiFi mesh to cover your entire property. To use the system, users simply have to plug one unit into the modem supplied by their ISP and then connect additional units in other rooms where they can spread signal. This means no more black spots in your garage, attic and kitchen. Users are also given an option to add both wireless and wired points to the mesh networking, depending on their needs and preference.
The system also offers exciting features, such as network speed checks and pause WiFi access on children’s devices at any given time. Google WiFi also allows you to prioritise individual devices and create a separate guest network, with a separate password.
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