Staying Connected with Google Wifi

Working from home just got a little bit easier with the help of Google Wifi. Have you seen it? Google Wifi is a new type of connected system that replaces your router for seamless coverage throughout your home. No more wandering around the house to avoid Wi-Fi dead zones or slow zones.

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You know what it’s like, it never fails that when you’re on a deadline and trying to upload high-res photos for a job, the kids are also online doing their homework. As if that weren’t enough, there’s also Naomi in the upstairs office doing the same – uploading large files and eating away at the Wi-Fi bandwidth. Ugh, there’s nothing worse than watching that slow upload against the minutes ticking away at your deadline.

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To combat that, I use to sit right next to the router for a stronger signal but with Google Wifi.
I can now enjoy a fast signal in every room and on any device. To make things even better, the sleek design allows it to be readily placed anywhere. I love its unobtrusive design. Yay to that and yay to no more Wi-Fi dead zones. It’s made life a little less stressful and a whole lot easier.

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Along with that, the system also has an app. Of course it does, right? The Google Wifi app gives me total control over my network, by:

  • Letting me see what devices are online and and prioritizing them for better performance.
  • Easily provides guests with Wi-Fi access.
  • My Favorite – Family Wi-Fi pause! This allows me to pause the signal to the kid’s devices as I need, like when Gramz visits or when I just need them to be distraction-free, i.e. dinnertime, bedtime and such.

See what I mean about needing this? Your family’s Wi-Fi hunger is about to be fed, satiated and satisfied. Google’s Wifi system gives you fast and reliable coverage in every room—from the top to bottom. Now go satisfy that hunger and get more time back in your day.

This post was sponsored by Google but all options are my own.

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