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TP-Link's N300 Wi-Fi range extender helps eliminate dead zones for only $14

Having trouble keeping a stable connection to your Wi-Fi network at home? The TP-Link N300 Wi-Fi extender (opens in new tab) can help change that, and today it's on sale for just $13.99 when you clip the $6 off on-page coupon at Amazon. Today's deal comes in at just about $1 more than the best we've shared for this product, which doesn't go on sale too often. It sells for about $20 on average and is an inexpensive way to enhance your internet connection without buying an entirely new router. Shipping at Amazon is free on orders over $25, though you can also use Amazon Prime to skip any fees you may encounter. If you don't have Amazon Prime, this link will get you a free 30-day trial (opens in new tab).

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No more dead zones! Today's deal is a match of the best we've shared. This uses your 2.4GHz Wi-Fi to extend a weak wireless signal in a spot of your home that might not get any at all. It works with any router. Clip the on-page code to save!

The N300 uses your 2.4GHz Wi-Fi band to extend a weak wireless signal in a spot of your home that might not get any at all. You can also use its web UI or the free TP-Link Tether app to control Wi-Fi coverage, secure your network, create schedules, and more. It has a limitation of 300Mbps, but something is better than nothing, and this is designed to work with pretty much any standard router or gateway. It has an Ethernet port that you can use to directly connect to the device for something slightly more stable. It comes with a two-year warranty. More than 23,000 users (opens in new tab) have tried it out and give it 3.8 stars on average.

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