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Google Nest Wifi Router
Whether you are looking for the latest addition for your smart home system or just want a reliable connection in every room, the Google Nest WiFi router has you covered. This powerful device offers excellent coverage across most Kiwi homes (up to 200sqm). For larger or multi-story homes, rent up to 2 Google Wifi points for $5/pm each.
When you get the Google Nest Wifi Router from us there will be instructions with it on how you can set it up. It's 3 easy steps
Plugin your Google Nest Wifi Router
Connect one end of the Ethernet cable into the Wan port on the router and the other end into Port 1 on your UFB ONT (fibre box).Don't forget to plug in the power cable into the router and your power socket too.
Download the Google Home App on Android or iOS
The App will guide you through the setup process step by step (you will need a Google/Gmail account to complete the setup)
Enjoy your Wi-Fi
What is under the Hood?
- 1 x WAN Gigabit Ethernet port
- 1 x LAN Gigabit Ethernet port
- Quad-core 64-bit ARM CPU 1.4 GHz (Qualcomm)
- High performance hardware engine
- AC2200 4x4 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi, with MESH Wi-Fi (coverage 200 square meters)
- Simultaneous dual-band Wi-Fi (2.4GHz / 5GHz) supporting IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac, and beamforming
- Bluetooth® Low Energy (BLE) (internet of things)
- Automatic 802.11k/v client roaming
- Can handle up to 100 connected devices
- Can handle multiple simultaneous 4k video streams
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Google Nest Wifi Routers are only available for naked broadband plans when you first sign up. Customers who need a Homeline will get one of our standard Modems sent out with the option to rent additional Google Wifi points (starting from $10 for 2 points) if you are looking for that extra coverage.
The Google Nest Wifi Router should be an easy setup, the app is easy to follow and telss you what to do exactly when you need to do it. if you are having issues or you find that you are unable to browse there are some basic checks here we can try.
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