Google Wifi is an easy-to-set-up whole-home mesh Wi-Fi system. Google Wifi points work together to create a mesh network that blankets your whole home in fast, reliable Wi-Fi and eliminates buffering in every room, on every device – with coverage up to 4500 square feet. It’s Wi-Fi that just works.
 Home size, materials, and layout can impact how Wi-Fi signal travels. Larger homes or homes with thicker walls or long, narrow layouts may need extra Wifi points for full coverage. Strength and speed of signal will depend on your internet provider.
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Google Wifi is a scalable, flexible mesh Wifi system that blankets your home in reliable coverage and keeps buffering at bay; 1 Google Wifi point replaces your router and additional points expand your network to keep the connection fast in every room Google Wifi gives you whole home coverage; 1 Pack covers up to 1500 square feet and 3 Pack covers up to 4500 square feet; points work together to create a mesh network for more coverage
Intelligently works in the back of the scenes to make sure your Wifi remains fast, so you’ll be able to stream with speed Simple setup in a couple of steps; use the Google Home app to create your network and get online in minutes Parental controls let you manage screen time, restrict certain kinds of adult content, and pause Wifi to specific devices on your mesh network whenever you wish to have
Automatic security updates help your network stay protected and sound
Easy to keep watch over home Wifi system means that you can prioritize devices, check your network speeds, set up a guest network, and more
Works with all Google Wifi points and can be added to any existing Nest Wifi system; just add more points if you wish to have more coverage
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