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This $260 Google Wifi 3-pack can cover up to 4,500 sq. ft with ease

Mesh Wi-Fi systems are all the rage these days, and Google Wifi is one of the leaders in the pack. You can buy single units or a 3-pack (opens in new tab), and if you are looking to cover a large space the 3-pack is the way to go. Today's deal saves you $40 on the system and puts it down near its lowest price to date.

Setting them up is super simple regardless of whether you are on an iPhone or Android device, and once you get them working there's very little to worry about. The app will provide details about what's connected to the network, allow you to prioritize internet on certain devices and pause it on others, and much more. This 3-pack should blanket up to 4,500 sq. ft with a solid Wi-Fi connection.

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Jared started off writing about mobile phones back when BlackBerry ruled the market, and Windows Mobile was kinda cool. Now, with a family, mortgage and other responsibilities he has no choice but to look for the best deals, and he's here to share them with you.
  • Considering what I have invested in my devices especially security camera's ....$260 isn't unreasonable...
  • Only issue with Google WiFi is it can't be run behind another router, I have ATT internet (used to be Uverse) and ATT won't let their router be run in Bridge mode.
  • I run mine behind a FiOS router and it works fine. That said I didn't make any changes to the fios router so an not sure if I'm missing anything. Google wifi app works fine on managing the devices and throughput is good.
  • An issue for me with Google WiFi is that it doesn't have a dedicated backhaul band.
  • Mesh is certainly the trendy wifi right now. For most people it's overpriced and doesn't deliver as well as other options. But it looks cool and fulfills the "wow" need.
  • Anyone know if this system will work with and on the same ssid as a ubiquiti unifi ap system? Just have a couple weak signal areas I want to strengthen up without having to run more rj45.
  • Have 2 Google wifi pucks meshed with an Asus Onhub as router, my modem is an ARRIS AC 1900 (cable modem/router combo). Love love love this set up. Highly recommend.
  • I set up a 3 set Google WiFi mesh connected to Comcast modem at my mother's house because there are so many deadzones in the house. And cellphones were having trouble maintaining a signal (needed WiFi calling). Since it was a single SSID, you could move around the house without losing signal or having lag because the device was no longer trying to figure out which of my WiFi extenders was closest and strongest all the time. Was so happy to get rid of the extenders and go to mesh. (Do remember to turn off the WiFi signal coming from the modem/router provided by your cable company, which often requires a phone call to them to do so.)