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Google Nest WiFi Router 2 Pack – 4x4 AC2200 Mesh Wi-Fi Routers with 4400 sq ft Coverage $239

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$20 cheaper than the deal of last week. Bought one and going to try with Fios.
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Target also has this for $239
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This or eero pro?
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Target also has this for $239
As an FYI, this deal is for 2 routers. Target sale is for 1 router and 1 point.
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FYI, the first set up will be different than other packs. The second mesh router needs to be connect WIREDLY to the first one (the one connected to the modem) via Ethernet to set up the mesh system (LAN to LAN). Then, you can unwire and put the second router to the place you desire.
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FYI, the first set up will be different than other packs. The second mesh router needs to be connect WIREDLY to the first one (the one connected to the modem) via Ethernet to set up the mesh system (LAN to LAN). Then, you can unwire and put the second router to the place you desire.
Thank you. I will be getting mine tomorrow and you saved me from lot of frustration.
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I'm using T-Mobile home Internet. Right now, my Wi-Fi works fine in all parts of the house and if you're within a few feet outside the house. I'm looking to extend Wi-Fi to the far end of a detached 2-bay garage, the near end of which is about 20' or maybe 25' from the house. Would you guess this would work for that? and would there be a cheaper/better solution?

I used an Almond router in the past to repeat the Wi-Fi signal, but it didn't work well enough, so I'm intrigued by the possibility of another solution, particularly one that would integrate with Google Home.
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Can somebody ELI5 the difference between the 2 router pack and the 1 router / 1 point pack.
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Can somebody ELI5 the difference between the 2 router pack and the 1 router / 1 point pack.
router has better hardware specs than a point. example weaker radio and lack of Ethernet ports on point
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Switching to Fios next week. Can this be used instead of their $15 per month router?
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Switching to Fios next week. Can this be used instead of their $15 per month router?
you would still need a fios modem. this is a router.
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you would still need a fios modem. this is a router.
They call the fee for a Fios Home Router
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This or eero pro?
Eero Eero pro
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They call the fee for a Fios Home Router
dont rent a router. you can buy this and save money on long run.
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