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Google Wi-Fi 3 Pack $269.10 ($254.15 with eBay Plus) + Delivery ($0 C&C) @ The Good Guys eBay

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Amazing deal on the Google Wi-Fi 3 Pack, cheapest it's ever been!

Was looking out for the three pack for a while now, and was lucky enough to see that the regular price on The Good Guys eBay listing has been put down to $299.

Listed around $389 on JB Hi-Fi

With the discount you get 15% off bringing it down to $254.15 plus shipping if you're an eBay Plus member, or $269.10 if you don't have eBay plus.

Couldn't spot any stock in any Sydney stores, might be able to try yourself for pickup and it will save you a few $ on delivery.

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    Waiting for the new version since it has google assistant

    • +3 votes

      I would have gone for the Nest Wi-Fi too, however the "Point" router on the nest doesn't have any ethernet ports, which really killed it for me, where as the Google Wi-Fi generation has 2 ethernet ports on all three routers

      • +1 vote

        I don't plug anything into ethernet ports anymore, having GA and mics/speakers in one mesh device is really handy for me

        • +1 vote

          Ah, see for me I really need a unit in one of my rooms for my PS4 & PC, connection can get unbearable at times using a weak wifi, and I have noticed playstations don't tend to have the best latency on Wi-Fi connections. Has resulted in many a Fifa rage haha

      • +3 votes

        This. I used mine with a NAS and it's great rather than using a sometimes iffy USB WIFI adaptor.

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        2x Nest Wifi routers gives you extra Ethernet ports. Downside is the price and no integrated speaker.

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      What are you waiting?TGG has the new version

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    this or the orbi rbk50?

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    Looks like this item is on clearance everywhere. Was similar price on David Jones yesterday or the day before. 1 for $77 I think

    • +1 vote

      Difference with that deal is that it was only available for click & collect at a couple stores in Perth. Also saw a comment from someone on a similar deal saying they had spoken with someone from Google support who apparently said this generation had no plans to be discontinued. I would hazard a guess that seeing as so many of the single pack listings on websites have either been cleared out or are no longer available, they just plan on keeping the 3 packs, and from what I've seen on PriceHipster no 3 packs have come down significantly in price, still all hovering around $379-$389.

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        why do people need 3? do they have a big house?

        • +3 votes

          Depends on your situation, my house isnt particularly big but it is long and is made of brick, so signal seems to be weak at either end of the house from where the modem is (in the middle).

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          Many Aussies live away from big cosmopolitan cities.

        • +1 vote

          my house isn't huge, but my home office is on the other end of it to my NBN connecton. as i'm renting i can't run eathernet so i brought these. one next to the NBN port, one about half way done and the 3rd in the office. it impoved my wifi speeds 20x in the office

        • +2 votes

          Living in an apartment complex means even two rooms away can crumble a decent wifi signal.

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    Thanks OP! Bought. Looking forward to using this

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    FYI - new Google Nest wifi has been released.

    Support for these hasn't been great, but i only need one of these…

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      is it just standard google wifi with a built in homepod?

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        Nest wifi router has improved wifi speed and range.

        Nest wifi point has a upgraded Google Home mini speaker built in.

        • +2 votes

          However, they took the ethernet ports away at the same time meaning you can no longer connect devices directly to a point with a wire or even use wired backhaul for even faster speeds.

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            @BillyG687: That's if you buy the 2 and 3 pack with the Nest points.

            2 or 3x Nest Wifi routers gives you extra Ethernet ports. Downside is the price and no integrated speaker.

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              @Twix: I think they dropped the ball on this.

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              @Twix: But then that means you're literally only getting the improved performance but significantly higher price (if it doesn't have the speaker). IMO just doesn't seem great value given the previous model unless you really need that improved wifi performance between devices.

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    Shame there's no current deals for just one or two… I'm in a smallish double-story house so I can't really justify 3 of these things :/

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    sounds like a good deal.

    Can I use just these 3 with NBN modem (supplied by NBN) or do I need another router to connect to these first?

    Cheers!

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      Connect the main Google Wifi router direct to the NBN box.

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        I have fttc with nbn box and I'm using a netcomm modem router. Can I plug the Google wifi straight into the nbn Co box too and by pass the netcomm modem?

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          Most likely. Who is your ISP?

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          Hi, maybe you would be able to help me as well ;)
          I have NBN FTTP box with Aussie broadband, I have 1 google wifi router connected to "Unit 1" of the box which goes to the other end of the house, would i be able to connect another google wifi to "Unit 2" (probably it will be 2nd router with Ethernet) while making sure that both of them would use the same network at my house? or maybe because its 2nd router it most have a 2nd network and could not be associated to the current configured one?
          Just wondering if i can use its Ethernet with the NBN box without configuring its as a 2nd router or making sure that both will sit on the same house network.
          Appreciate any help on this.

          • +2 votes

            @yanivsr: Yep you can connect another Google Wifi unit with wifi or Ethernet. All the Google Wifi units create a mesh network and use the same wifi name.

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              @Twix: Thanks! so even if it would be 2nd router with DHCP connected to the NBN box it can be associated to the same network as the 1st one? that would be awesome.

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                @yanivsr: Oh wait you mean UNI-D 1 and 2 on the FTTP NTD box.

                Are you trying to setup another ISP on UNI-D 2 or increase the wifi range?

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                  @Twix: Yeah i meant UNI-D 1 and 2 on the FTTP box, same ISP just trying to increase the range but i assume it will have better results with Ethernet directly from the FTTP box.

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                    @yanivsr: Ok so for 1 ISP, increased range and Ethernet backhaul you connect the Ethernet like this..

                    FTTP NTD box UNI-D 1—->Ethernet—->Google Wifi router 1—->Ethernet—->Google Wifi router 2.

                    Do not plug in Ethernet to UNI-D 2. There is no internet service active on UNI-D 2.

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                      @Twix: Got that, so i probably gonna need Powerline device that will connect my main Google wifi which is connected to the NBN box to the other end of the house room with the 2nd google wifi.
                      Thank you so much for your help!

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    Are these as good as everyone says they are?
    I've been using a $150 Netgear modem/router for 5 years now which gives me 92mbps and the range is excellent.
    Is this a hype product or is there something im missing?

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      Be aware with the google wifi router, you can’t stay on 5ghz, it automatically switches between 5ghz and 2.4ghz. I could only get high speeds on 5ghz, so this router wasn’t for me.

    • +3 votes

      if you're having no range problems (black spots or signal degrades if far away), it isn't necessary.

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      Save your money if your Netgear is working fine.

      Your next upgrade will probably be a wifi 6 router.

    • +1 vote

      These won't improve your nbn connection speeds - i saw no change in maximum wired speeds or pings to the nbn when switching to these from my Netgear routers. If your Netgear router gives you full wifi coverage then you won't need these.

      The main benefit for me with these were a huge improvement in wifi reliability using 3 of these, which i just couldn't get with 3 expensive Netgear routers.

      The Netgears have more advanced manual control than Google wifi, while Google wifi is dead easy to set up with virtually everything automated.

      Google wifi has other features that my Netgears didn't have tho. I can easily view data usage graphs and histories of every connected device. It's also really easy to tell if a device had previously connected and disconnected. Google wifi also supports IFTTT which i use to notify me if certain network devices had disconnected (crashed), amongst other things.

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    Mine have been largely good.

    But a few weeks back, one decided to crap out. Luckily a YouTube video showed me how to reset it, been fine since.

    The speeds from my NBN router's WiFi to this do not differ, so I am very happy in that regard.

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    I'm trying to decide if I get a Nest WiFi or some Unifi equipment - I'll be in a FTTB apartment and the router will easily sit in the middle.

    Does anyone have experience with these? How are they compared to conventional routers (I had an Archer C9 for a while and found it pretty decent but lack of updates had me worried about security).

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      A reasonable router will outdo one of these, however multiple with mesh is their real asset. They are also extremely user friendly and easy to set up.

      If you are in an apartment and its centrally located I probably wouldn't bother.

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      What features do you want?

      Nest Wifi and Unifi both need a separate VDSL modem on FTTB.

      Nest Wifi has WPA3 encryption and auto security updates.

      Google has auto updated the Google Wifi since 2016.

      Unifi firmware gets updated often.

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    Thanks op bought one!

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    already have rbk30 plugged in to the modem, if you connect one of these in the modem, is it going to cause issues? basically two 2.4 and 5ghz signals around your house.

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    Thanks OP, been waiting for these to go on sale.

  • +1 vote

    This is excellent price have made the purchase thank you for posting. I have been looking at them for long time but couldn't justify to spend over $400, currently I use three separate routers but it is not ideal solution and it has its own issues when moving around the home and this one is perfect since they can all be connected with ethernet cable so they will always have full signal as the backbone is through ethernet.

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    Does this allow me to separate 2.4 and 5 wifi network? I have some old device only capable of 2.4, but I connect all streaming devices to 5ghz.

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    HI, just trying to work out exactly what these things do. Can I use it for the following situation…. Eufy Camera, the hub needs to be plugged into the router with Cat 5 cable, all the videos are stored there. easy for robbed to take. My router is currently in the kitchen as that is where the phone comes in. Can I use this thing to allow me to keep the eufy hub in the attic? The phone line goes into one of these in the kitchen, the other is in the roof with the eufy hub plugged in?

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      Google Wifi is a router which improves your wifi speed and range. Each Google Wifi unit has 2 Ethernet ports so yes you can plug in the Eufy camera hub.

      Do you have powerpoints in the attic?

      You could use your current router and get an Ethernet cable ran from the kitchen to the attic.

      Eufy offer a optional paid cloud storage service to store your video footage.

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    just got a call from wetherill park goodguys - no stock. cancelled my order. very annoyed.

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      Delivery is only $5 as there is none left in Perth hopefully they have them in stock at their warehouse my order is still saying processing.

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    Amazing product… I've been using Google Wi-Fi for almost two years now. No issues, easy to set-up and fantastic coverage. Great value product IMO.

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    Dammit, I hesitated and missed out. Next cheapest I can find is like 370. Anything else comparable or other clearance of the old Google WiFi?

  • +3 votes

    Strange, just got a call from the good guys that they are out of stock and processing refund, I ordered quite quickly after this was posted and paid for delivery, not a specific store. Did it happen to you as well?

  • +1 vote

    I just received a sms from Australian post that it is onboard for delivery. Thanks to lowDmax for posting this bargain. I have been looking at this product for few years but couldn't justify paying $500 plus at the time.

  • +2 votes

    I received this from TGG in my email

    "Thank you for your recent purchase for the Google Wi-Fi 3 pack (GA00158-AU).

    We have received an overwhelming response for this heavily reduced clearance product and orders exceeded available stock.  

    We are sourcing more stock to fulfil your order. The good news is we do expect to receive stock next week. Unfortunately, however, your order will be delayed. 

    You will receive an email from us letting you know when your order is on its way.

    We appreciate your patience and apologise for any inconvenience."

  •  

    Available at bing lee (direct and COTD store) for $299 if anyone’s still looking. Not quite as good as above but better than HN, OW etc. Was about to drop $500 on the Nest system then saw this deal and thought I’d give these a crack first!

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    I haven't heard anything since "your order is being processed" email received on the day of order.
    I have tried contacting them through ebay but no response.
    Is there a phone number for the good guys ebay team?

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      called the store. apparently they are swamped with orders so delayed.
      changed mine to pickup and got delivery refunded.
      Just picked up now…

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    Got the parcel yesterday and took about 30mins to configure. I connected to the nbn modem directly FTTC, and whole house has strong wifi. No more black dead spots.

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