Google Wifi is a home mesh Wi-Fi system that replaces your traditional router and provides seamless, reliable Wi-Fi coverage throughout your home.
You’ll still need an Internet Service Provider (ISP) and a modem to connect to the internet.
What is the point of Google WIFI?
Google Wifi aims to provide enhanced Wi-Fi coverage through the setup of multiple Wifi devices in a home. Wifi automatically switches between access points depending on signal strength.
How does Google WIFI work?
Google Wifi works differently than a traditional router. You set up multiple points throughout your home, creating a “mesh” network that delivers a consistently strong, secure signal. Wifi points work together to create a connected system that gives you a strong signal throughout your home.
Is there a monthly fee for Google WIFI?
No, there is no fee to Google. Google WiFi is an in-home router+firewall + (mesh) WiFi solution that relies on your existing internet service for connectivity to the rest of the world. You’ll still be paying your internet service provider each month.
Is Google WIFI still good?
So yes, Google Wifi has a lot to love. It delivers both in ease of use and Wi-Fi coverage. It has great performance, too. And there’s more: If you already own one of the Google OnHubs, starting today, it will be automatically updated to be part of the Wifi ecosystem, and use the same Google Wifi app.