How it works
Google Wifi takes your devices further.
Google Wifi is different. It replaces your single router with multiple “points,” giving you an entirely new home Wi-Fi experience.
Full coverage throughout your home
Because 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 Wi-Fi speed.
Super fast Wi-Fi in every room
Each 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 Wi-Fi network, so you always stay seamlessly connected as you move from room to room.
We do the hard work, so you don’t have to.
Network Assist is intelligent software that takes care of complex settings behind the scenes, so you can sit back and enjoy the Wi-Fi without having to fiddle with your router.
Always connects you to the fastest Wifi point.
With multiple Google Wifi points, Network Assist invisibly puts your device on the best point and fastest connection, so you can take your video calls from the living room to the kitchen without losing signal.
Places you on the least congested channel.
Wi-Fi travels on shared channels, which can get crowded. Network Assist ensures Wifi points are using the clearest channels to connect to one another, and to your devices.
Uses the fastest band for your devices.
There are two Wi-Fi bands: 2.4GHz (slower, but longer range) and 5 GHz (faster, but shorter range). Google Wifi automatically connects your device to the band that will be fastest based on your location.
Not all Wi-Fi solutions are created equal.
The way we use Wi-Fi has changed. Today, we have more devices that need strong Wi-Fi in more parts of our home. A single-router solution often just doesn’t cut it. Google Wifi represents an evolution—more Wifi points throughout your home that deliver a strong, fast signal to all your devices. You’ll still need service from your ISP, as well as a modem—from there, Google Wifi will handle the rest.
Internet Service Provider (ISP)
Traditional routers have limited range.
Internet Service Provider (ISP)
Extenders can add a bit more range, but degrade speed.
Internet Service Provider (ISP)
Google Wifi point
Google Wifi point
Google Wifi point
Google Wifi points work together to cover your home in a reliably strong, fast signal.
Step-ahead security.
Industry-leading hardware and cloud-based security that automatically updates itself means you’re always protected.
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