Simplifying Your Home with Google Wifi

Meet Google WiFi, a router designed entirely in-house… and with a few nice advantages over the OnHub line. Apart from being much smaller (no vase-like design here), its big trick is its ability to create an Eero-style mesh network. You only have to add additional units to your network to improve coverage — there’s a Network Assistant app that makes it easy to add more routers and improve your signal.


You can enjoy fast signal in every room, on every device. Google Wifi is a new type of connected system that replaces your router for seamless coverage.

Your entire home is covered!

Do everything you love online, anywhere in your house. Google Wifi was designed to handle multiple devices streaming, downloading, and sharing at the same time.

How many Wifi points do you need?

  • One: Small for or appartment between 500-1500 square feet.
  • Two: Medium home between 1500-3000 square feet.
  • Three: Large home between 3000-4500 square feet.





Control what it matters!

Google Wifi gives you total control over your networks. Easily share your Wi-Fi password, see what devices are online, and prioritize them for better performance.

Google Wifi’s family control allow you to pause the signal to your children’s device, like bedtime to dinnertime.

The companion software also lets you control the devices linked to the router, such as enabling or disabling their connections. You’ll have to wait until December to get Google WiFi (pre-orders start in November), but the pricing at least hits the sweet spot. Routers cost $129 each, and you can get a three-pack for $299 if you need to blanket your home.

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