Cheap Google Nest Wi-Fi Router Only £129
Google Nest Wi-Fi provides fast, reliable Wi-Fi coverage throughout the home, and keeps buffering at bay. It provides a strong connection* in all directions so you can stay online, across all your devices.
Being a scalable solution, you can add additional Google Nest Wi-Fi points (available separately), to ensure you receive great coverage as you move from room to room. Each Nest Wi-fi point is also a smart speaker with the Google Assistant built-in, so you can get questions answered and control compatible devices with just your voice (internet connection required).
One Nest Wi-Fi router with one Wi-Fi point (available separately) is strong enough to handle up to 200 connected devices and fast enough to stream multiple 4K videos at a time**.
Puts your network on the clearest channel and fastest band to avoid congestion
Regular software updates improve your Wi-Fi performance over time
Automatic updates and an advanced security chip help your network stay safe
The router plugs into your modem to help create a network with a strong and reliable signal*
Customisable privacy settings
Set up and manage your Wi-Fi with the Google Home app (available on iOS and Android).
Manage your network on your smartphone
Control online time for the kids and block selected content
Pick which devices get faster speeds when you need it
Create a guest network and easily share your password
Easily check how fast your Wi-Fi is running
*Based on use of at least 1 Nest Wi-fi router and 1 Nest Wi-fi point. Home size, materials and layout can affect how Wi-Fi signal travels. Larger homes or homes with thicker walls or long, narrow layouts may need extra Wi-fi points for full coverage. Strength and speed of signal will also depend on your internet provider.
**This is based on only using connected devices at a maximum data rate of 1Mbps. Requires sufficient broadband internet connection and connected devices must be located within Wi-Fi coverage area described at g.co/nestwifi/coverage. Strength and speed of signal will also depend on your internet provider.
Home materials and layout can affect how Wi-Fi signals travel and may result in the need for additional Wi-fi points.