Google WiFi: Home WiFi System
A new kind of WiFi solution that beams a powerful signal throughout your home.
Enjoy WiFi throughout your home, on your devices. Google WiFi is a home WiFi solution that works with your modem and Internet Provider, so you can stream, download and share without missing a beat.
Google WiFi replaces your existing router with single or multiple “points,” giving you an entirely new home WiFi experience.
Full coverage throughout your home
Because Google WiFi points connect seamlessly to each other, you can add as many as you need (wherever you want–garage, patio, attic, you name it) without affecting your WiFi speed.
Super fast WiFi in every room
Each Google WiFi point acts as a router, producing a high-fidelity signal for optimal device connection.
One network for all your devices
Google WiFi uses “mesh” technology to create a single WiFi network, so you always stay seamlessly connected as you move from room to room.
How many WiFi points do you need?
If you have a smaller home, up to 1500 sq. ft., start with a single point. Add on if you need more coverage — the 3-pack set covers homes up to 4500 sq. ft.¹
Set up in three simple steps
1. Get the app: the Google WiFi app is compatible with WiFi-enabled Android devices running Android 4.0 or higher, or iOS devices running iOS 8 or higher.
2. Plug in your first WiFi point: use the provided cables to connect your first WiFi point to your modem and power.
3. Add the point to your network using the Google Home App: follow the on-screen instructions and add more points, if needed.
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¹Home materials and layout can affect how WiFi signal travels. For homes with brick walls or long narrow layouts, you may need an extra WiFi point to get full coverage.