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What is a Mesh Wi-Fi Network?
A Mesh wireless network is a series of wireless radios and nodes that communicate with each other. Think of it as multiple wireless routers all working together to help provide greater coverage in your home.
A Mesh Wi-Fi network is a great alternative to setting up a Wireless extender if you want to expand your wireless network to avoid any dead spots. Unlike wireless extenders, each mesh node can distribute internet at full-speeds.
We recommend the Google Wifi (3-pack) mesh system for most Kiwi homes. Google Wifi delivers seamless Wi-Fi coverage throughout your home, so everyone can have fast internet in every room.Was this article helpful?
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