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Costco Members: 4-Pack Google Mesh WiFi AC1200 Dual-Band System EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale.com has 4-Pack Google Mesh WiFi AC1200 Dual-Band System (GGL-WIFI4PK-C/5137426) on sale for $279.99 for Costco Members only. Shipping is free. Thanks TofuVic

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  • Discount is valid 8/20/18 through 9/2/18 or while supplies last.
  • Over 4,400 reviews for the 3-pack system on Amazon give it a 4.5 out of 5 star overall rating. Refer to the forum thread for additional details and discussion. -Corwin

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Hello, I hope you are doing well.

Note: This promotion runs from 08/20/2018 through 09/02/2018.

Costco.com [costco.com] and Costco Wholesale retail stores will have 4-Pack Google Mesh WiFi Dual-Band System (AC1200) for $279.99. Online orders include free shipping.

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  • A network that just works. For you: Google Wifi is a new kind of Wi-Fi solution that's compatible with any internet provider and gives you seamless coverage throughout your home.
  • It's Google-powered: Get everything you love about Google-smarts, security and simplicity-in your home Wi-Fi network.
  • Consistently strong signal: Google Wifi automatically puts your devices on the clearest channel and fastest band.
  • Whole-home coverage: Google wifi points work together to create a connected system that gives you a strong signal wherever you want it.
  • Simple controls: Use our Google Wifi companion app to see what's connected, run a speedtest, quickly troubleshoot, set up a guest network, and more.
  • Made to fit your family: Google Wifi allows you to pause the Wi-Fi on kids' devices based on a set schedule, like during bedtime or dinnertime.
  • 24/7 customer support: If you ever need help with your Google Wifi system, Google support agents are available by phone or email 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • Product model #GGL-WIFI4PK-C/5137426; Costco item #1233050
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Hi. This is a heads-up for people who are in the market for a mesh WiFi network. The deal isn't live for another 11 days, but I figured I shouldn't wait any longer because there may be people who could use this information; without it, they may spend more money elsewhere before the promotion is live.

I hope this helps,
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Orbi has significantly faster theoretical maximum wireless speeds

orbi has dedicated backhaul channel (meaning the data transferring between the units won't interfere with / slow down your connection to the unit)

Orbi can also do a wired backhaul (although they keep #!@#$ing borking it with poorly tested firmware updates)

Orbi's firmware gives you far more control over the settings than Google's sparse options offer
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waiting for an orbi (RBK50) deal.
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Hi. This is a heads-up for people who are in the market for a mesh WiFi network. The deal isn't live for another 11 days, but I figured I shouldn't wait any longer because there may be people who could use this information; without it, they may spend more money elsewhere before the promotion is live.

I hope this helps,
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Pretty good price. I picked up a 3 pack on prime day for $250. Covers the entire house pretty well (3 floors). A 4th would make it great and worth the $25.
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Google.com has 3-pack for $289 PLUS free Google home mini after the following promotion - "Save $10 on a Google Wifi 3-pack, plus get a Google Home Mini on us. (Just add both to your cart.)".

What's a better deal? In the market for one and need it before September as a gift
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Hmmm gotta do a price match. Got it a few weeks ago from them for $299. Love the things. Split it between my parents and I; each have two units.
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waiting for an orbi (RBK50) deal.
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Would you mind sharing why you'd prefer a Netgear Orbi over Google WiFi? I am in the market for a mesh WiFi network system, but haven't fully made up my mind about which to get. I think the biggest con of the Google WiFi system is that there are fewer controls than other systems, but that may not matter to a lot of people who use their WiFi as a set-it-and-forget-it device.

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Google.com has 3-pack for $289 PLUS free Google home mini after the following promotion - "Save $10 on a Google Wifi 3-pack, plus get a Google Home Mini on us. (Just add both to your cart.)".

What's a better deal? In the market for one and need it before September as a gift
I say this one is, Google Home Donuts are a dime a dozen. You can't walk down the street and pick up a Google Wifi for $30
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Would you mind sharing why you'd prefer a Netgear Orbi over Google WiFi? I am in the market for a mesh WiFi network system, but haven't fully made up my mind about which to get.

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Orbi has significantly faster theoretical maximum wireless speeds

orbi has dedicated backhaul channel (meaning the data transferring between the units won't interfere with / slow down your connection to the unit)

Orbi can also do a wired backhaul (although they keep #!@#$ing borking it with poorly tested firmware updates)

Orbi's firmware gives you far more control over the settings than Google's sparse options offer
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Would you mind sharing why you'd prefer a Netgear Orbi over Google WiFi? I am in the market for a mesh WiFi network system, but haven't fully made up my mind about which to get. I think the biggest con of the Google WiFi system is that there are fewer controls than other systems, but that may not matter to a lot of people who use their WiFi as a set-it-and-forget-it device.

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I haven't tried Google WiFi but I do have 2 pack Orbi Rbk50 from Walmart return and rebuy deal for close to $100 around 6 months back and in my 2 story 3500sqft home, I never had to restart anything except may be once or twice max. It's 5 bars everywhere and I think I would pay double of what I did long back had I knew how good it would turn out. It replaced 2 asus routers connected in mesh and they were no where close to what I have now. Again no comparison but a one sided view of how good Orbi has been for me.
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Which one is easier to install and user interface for ppl who are not tech savvy? Orbi or Google?
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I got a 3 pack with the recent ebay 15% off. It was about ~$60 each
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I just bought the 3 pack on Amazon and installed in my home. Do you think they'd do a price match or anything? I could use one more in my house.
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