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(whispers) just buy this and return this to target. shh.
That's not right. It is possible to just use the Google nest wifi router alone with Verizon. It depends on what type of Verizon box has been installed. I have the newer version that is fairly slim and I have been using Nest wifi since Jan with speeds of 300+ mbps.

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Seems like a deal?? I see it on Amazon for 240$. Thoughts?

oops forgot about Costco deal starting Aug 5th...
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Seems like a deal?? I see it on Amazon for 240$. Thoughts?

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On Amazon it's 2 rotuer this is 1 router and 1 point or 1 rotuer 2 points
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On Amazon it's 2 rotuer this is 1 router and 1 point or 1 rotuer 2 points
Ya, I was just coming back to edit. I used the item number to find it on Amazon and just realized different items. Doh
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Can I replace this with my current router that was provided by Verizon?
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Seems like a deal?? I see it on Amazon for 240$. Thoughts?

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What Costco deal?
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What Costco deal?
Nest router plus 3 points for $299
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Can I replace this with my current router that was provided by Verizon?
Unfortunately not. Simple Version: In most cases Verizon gives you a Modem+ Router.
The Modem allows the internet into your house, the Router allows you to connect to it (wifi or ethernet).

These are just routers, so you still need a modem.

You can Keep your Verizon modem+router and connect these (Nest) for better Router coverage.
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You can also apply "DIG5" or "DIGBBQ5" for an extra $5 off. I don't think you can apply both for $10 off.
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Can I return the target one from few days ago even though I opened the package?
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Can I return the target one from few days ago even though I opened the package?
(whispers) just buy this and return this to target. shh.
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Seems like a deal?? I see it on Amazon for 240$. Thoughts?

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I have them they really work but I also have google fiber. The internet on them is great.
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Unfortunately not. Simple Version: In most cases Verizon gives you a Modem+ Router.
The Modem allows the internet into your house, the Router allows you to connect to it (wifi or ethernet).

These are just routers, so you still need a modem.

You can Keep your Verizon modem+router and connect these (Nest) for better Router coverage.
Thank you for clarification
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Can I replace this with my current router that was provided by Verizon?
I don't have Verizon, but most ISP's provide users with a Gateway (router with modem built in). So you could probably use this, either as an addon to the Gateway (not ideal setup, double NAT), or use this Google setup with a new dedicated modem.
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