Eliminate Deadspots With Google WiFi's Mesh System For $249 At Amazon

Google WiFi is currently on sale over at Amazon for just $249. That is good for around $50 off of its regular price of $299.

For those that might not be aware, Google WiFi is a mesh WiFi system that will get rid of all of the deadspots in your home. The way this is done is by having a router, with two "satellites" that you can place elsewhere in your home. Usually further away from your router. This works better than a signal repeater, because it doesn't slow down your network, and it also improves your coverage.

Typically with mesh WiFi systems, you will get even faster WiFi speeds than you had before. Mesh is the "next big thing" in the world of WiFi, and if you don't already have it in your home, you're going to want to get it.

A single Google WiFi access point will cover around 1,500 square-feet of your home. The three pack that is on sale here will cover around 4500 square-feet. So if you have a larger home, this is definitely the one to get, as you won't have to worry about WiFi being slower in the basement or in a weird corner of your home.

You can pick up this three-pack of Google WiFi from Amazon using the link down below, for just $249.

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