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Google’s Discontinued Nest Wifi Routers Available at 72% Off on Amazon

Google has discontinued its Nest Wifi routers, but you can still snag them at a whopping 72% off on Amazon. While Google is no longer selling these first-generation routers, they are still supported with the latest security updates. This makes the Nest Wifi a budget-friendly option for those looking to upgrade to a mesh router setup. Keep in mind that these routers do not support the latest Wi-Fi 6 standard. The Nest Wifi uses mesh technology to provide seamless coverage throughout your home, eliminating dead spots without compromising speed. It’s easy to set up and ensures a stable connection as you move around your space.

Currently, you can find the Google Nest Wifi router for $49.99 (originally $169.99), covering up to 2,200 square feet. Alternatively, opt for a set with a satellite node for an additional 1,600 square feet of coverage at $108 (originally $269). Additional nodes can be purchased individually for $105 (originally $149.99). For larger spaces, consider the Google Nest Wifi two-pack for $83.60 (originally $299), covering 4,400 square feet. There’s also an option with two satellite nodes for 5,400 square feet at $148.95 (originally $349). Whether you’re looking to expand your current setup or switch to mesh networking, these discounted Nest Wifi routers offer a cost-effective solution for improved home connectivity.

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