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Google Nest Wi-Fi 2pk $299 + $6 Delivery (Free Delivery for eBay Plus Members) @ Bing Lee eBay Store

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First time poster, saw this price @ Bing Lee on ebay, cheapest I have seen for the Nest Wifi 2pk (1 router & 1 Point)

Edit; Free delivery for eBay plus members, possible 5% price beat with office works ($284.05)

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  • +3 votes

    If you’re a plus member you’ll get free delivery and $5 off

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      How do you get the $5 off?

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        Plus member. You get a unique code.

        • +1 vote

          You can buy it at Google Store via price match, and get free delivery. Also, can return if not happy with it within 14 days.

  • +12 votes

    good find, also at bing lee store, so price beat at OW $284.05

    • +6 votes

      Rogue wolf ALWAYS has the skills to pay/save on the bills

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        lol

        • +4 votes

          You're a one man bargain pack.
          AROOOO! 🐺

      • +2 votes

        That cos he's hot to trot, slicker than grease and the illest mf**er from here to gardena.

    • +1 vote

      Sorry for the dumb question. How do i ask for price beat with OW? Pay now and claim later?

      • +1 vote

        just call 1300 OFFICE, say you want to price beat above item from bing lee, as your in melb they will add $6 shipping as there is no bing lee store to c&c

  • +2 votes

    Firmware update issues MAY be fixed. But I moved on.

    Discussed on both Whirlpool threads.

    Great when it works though.

    • +1 vote

      What did u move to?

      • +2 votes

        Orbi RBK50 and a couple extra RBS20 satellites.

        Originally had Orbi when it was launched. Rock stable.

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          Did you consider Ubiquiti?

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            @louuisc: Tried those before, preferred the more home consumer feel tbh. They were good though.

          • +3 votes

            @louuisc: I have Amplifi HD, bought two for wired backhaul instead of the satellites, works great!

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              @bobz79: Oh you could do that..? And they make one seamless network?

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                @louuisc: Yep you can and 1 network.

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      link to threads?

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    Do these work with all types of NBN?

    • +3 votes

      Still need a NBN modem. Its a wifi router only.

    • +2 votes

      They do not, and they do not work with all ISP's either.

    • +1 vote

      Working great with FTTP and Aussie Broadband at the moment. As others have said, it's wifi only (ie. not a modem+router)

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        Great. Thanks everyone.

      • +1 vote

        It is a router….

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        It is a router, it just doesn't support vlan which most basic routers do support, and a few ISP's require.

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      What type of connection do you have? No one can answer you without knowing that, and your ISP.

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        Currently I have none. That's why I asked if it will work with all.

        • +4 votes

          FTTN & FTTB = VDSL modem + Nest wifi.
          FTTC, FTTP & HFC = NBN connection device + Nest wifi.

          Which ISPs are on your short list?

          • +1 vote

            @Twix: Currently we have been using Optus cable for the past several years.

            It was disconnected 4 weeks ago and migrated to NBN. However, an NBN connection has never been installed in this house. Since then 5 NBN technicians have visited my house with promises that an installation team will contact me soon.

            I ring Optus everyday but NBN needs two more business days to decide what connection they will install.

            28 days with no internet….

            • +1 vote

              @J6: That's not good!

              Nest wifi is suitable for Optus NBN.

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              @J6: I have waited 6 months for NBN connection last year, always keep your current adsl connection before NBN installation, that's what I leant fron Aussie efficiency.

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                @rainbowyen: Optus cable has a 3 month disconnection time frame but it should not have been disconnected without a working NBN!

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                @rainbowyen: I didn't have an ADSL (just coaxial cable?) connection and there wasn't any communication about the internet being migrated to NBN. It just happened.

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            @Twix: Also thanks for the clarification.

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      Doesnt work with FTTC, these modems do not have VLAN tagging (eg TPG)

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        Nest wifi does work with FTTC just not with TPG.

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          Need to install a switch after the NBN modem, then to the Nest WIFI. Firmware is the issue, Google knew of this for a long time and did nothing.

          https://support.google.com/googlenest/answer/9798157?hl=en-A....

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            @Bid Sniper: Yep if you know what your doing a switch is a workaround for TPG. For most it's easier to pick a different product or change ISP that doesn't need VLAN 802.11q.

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          does NEST do vlan?

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            @mrbillions: No VLAN 802.1q settings on Nest wifi.

            • +1 vote

              @Twix: thanks…far out…bought it and going to have to return it now…will be getting the dream machine…thanks!

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    This or the TP-Link deal from good guys commercial?

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      Do you need mesh? Do you have any wired anywhere in the house?

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        I thought even with one point you can call this deal mesh too..

    • +5 votes

      TP Link has dedicated back haul and 2 x lan/wan on all nodes/points whatever you prefer to call them. Google Wifi has no lan on the points.

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        this seals it for the tplink
        i have network points around the house but the kids bedroom where they like to go chill on their ipads gets crappy wifi.
        my isp is internode

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          Deco is suitable for Internode.

    • +2 votes

      Who is your ISP?

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        Can I ask why which ISP matters?

        • +3 votes

          A couple of ISPs use a setting called VLAN 802.11q and Nest wifi doesn't have VLAN 802.11q settings. Who are you with?

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            @Twix: Telstra NBN.

            • +1 vote

              @louuisc: Nest wifi is suitable for Telstra NBN.

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            @Twix: Does the nest work with superloop?

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              @Twitchh: Yep.

              • +1 vote

                @Twix: sweet, thankyou

              • +2 votes

                @Twix: Hey Twix, thanks for always being so helpful in these posts.
                Wanted to ask you (your PMs are turned off) my friend is using the Linksys Velop mesh system currently and about to switch over to NBN (HFC on ABB). Will they be able to just plug that straight in to the NBN NTD?

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                  @unco: Yep Velop straight into NTD.

                  • +1 vote

                    @Twix: Cheers appreciate it!

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    Good work, thanks homies. I got this on Monday from Officeworks and price matched Bing Lee for $350.55. Just rang them and they are refunding the difference :)

  • -1 vote

    Hmm. Wouldn't mind upgrading my 3 point google wifi to this to give 5 points (and new firmware), but the thought of setting up all of my reserved IP's and the lack of ethernet is holding me back…
    Wish there was a backup and restore settings option to move across.

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      It's an expensive upgrade for ethernet. Pickup two of the Nest wifi 1pk for $538.

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        No I already have 3 original google wifi pucks (and they work pretty well), but looking to upgrade to the new nest (It's backwards compatible so I can still use the old 3, but benefit from the new firmware, etc). But that means resetting all my current settings, and losing ethernet ports at my base location.

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      Yea I ended up going Orbi for the ethernet ports. Although building a house and looking forward to getting rid of mesh muahahaha

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        Are you installing a rack and WAPs?

        Did you get FTTP?

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          HFC. Yea rack and waps, with a few extra ethernet ports in random rooms. Thinking of going the UniFi route

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            @onlinepred: Unifi is pretty good. There are some new products coming in the next few months.

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              @Twix: Oh yea? I will need to sort it all out in about 6-8 months so starting to casually look at stuff now. Currently I'm liking the look of the in walls compared to the ceiling mounted ones, at the cost of signal though :-(

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                @onlinepred: Make a free account, go into settings and turn on early access to see the new products early.

                I wouldn't just be using the in walls. I would go with mostly ceiling mounted WAPs with recessed mounts and this way only a little part of the WAPs stick out.

                The UDM Pro or the upcoming UXG router lineup might be what your after and if you want everything under one OS go with all Unifi products. The Edge routers are good too, they have command line if your into that but they run their own separate OS.

    • +2 votes

      Why do you need 5 points, do you live in a 10 bedroom mansion

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        "Need" no, but I already have 3 pucks using the old google wifi. If I upgraded to the the new nest wifi it's backwards compatible with the old pucks, so I'd be silly not to keep them running and have 5 points instead of 2… and at least 3 would have ethernet connections then.

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          Are you not getting good speeds with the old ones?

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    just got one from OW via PB. Thanks OP

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      Did you have to call to price beat?

  • +2 votes

    Good guys commercial also has this for $283 for those with access.

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    What does it do? It's just a router?

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      An easy to use router with good speed and wifi coverage.

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        Thanks, what's the advantage of 2, more WiFi coverage?

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          Yep and faster speeds.

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    I’m in the stage of building a new house 2 story house and installed Ethernet points all over but have a fair bit of wireless smart home devices and it will just get bigger.

    I’ve been interested in this is this the best option to go and just use a ethernet switch to add more lan ports to the router?

    • +2 votes

      No, wrong product. Nest only have wireless hackhaul. It's better for you to get the orbi or deco mesh to fully utilise your ethernet wiring. Alternatively, go down the ubiquiti route, equip yourself with some nerdy networking knowledge and you'll have the most elegant and expensive set up.

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        Appreciate the advice mate.

        Orbi looks good wonder if they ever have any good sales

        • +1 vote

          Orbi hasn't had a good sale since like March. If you know someone with Good Guys commercial you can get a good price.

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        Looks like the new Deco x60 is the way to go

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    How does the Google Nest compares with Asus RT-AC68U?
    I am currently using two of these Asus RT-AC68U in AIMESH (main router with Asuswrt-Merlin firmware and the node with stock Asus firmware), honestly can't fault this combo except missing the 2nd 5Ghz band…

    • +1 vote

      About the most you can do with Nest wifi is port froward and set static IPs. Your next upgrade should be wifi 6 or 6e.

      • +1 vote

        Thank you sir

  • +1 vote

    A noob question to ask,currently i have HFC connection with AussieBB and the router is in the living area, the rooms at the far back have pretty bad wifi coverage, would these google nests help or need to get orbi/deco mesh?

    • +1 vote

      Waiting on twix's reply

    • +1 vote

      Any of those products will help. Hook up 1 to the NBN connection box and put the extras where you want.

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        thanks, appreciate your reply.

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    i wonder if this is too simplistic and orbi rkb50 or dream machine is more suitable

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      Nest wifi and Orbi are similar. If your into customization go the dream machine.

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    hey there, is this compatible with TPG NBN? Signal is weak upstairs and was looking for a something to help with that

    • +1 vote

      Purchase the Deco M5 or Netgear Orbi instead.

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    Just bought exact same last weekend from JBhifi… anyone know if they will refund difference?