Google has made Google Wifi available in Canada

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There are an awful lot of networking solutions on the market and Google’s may make sense for you especially if you already live in their ecosystem.

When it comes to Google products, Canada often times gets the short end of the stick. Whether it’s because of regulatory issues or whatever other deals, Canada usually has to wait while the U.S. gets first dibs. Well, Google Wifi is finally hitting the Canadian market. Google Wifi is Google’s attempt at a home networking system they hope is easier to use than other Wi-Fi routers and modems. There are an awful lot of networking solutions on the market and Google’s may make sense for you especially if you already live in their ecosystem.

Google Wifi is smart, automatically putting your devices on the clearest channel and strongest band, so you can do what you love without missing a beat. Get strong Wi-Fi in every room, on every device. Replace your router with one or more Google Wifi points for whole-home coverage. If you have a smaller home, up to 1500 sq. ft. (140 sq. m), start with a single point. Add on if you need more coverage — the 3-pack set covers homes up to 4500 sq. ft (420 sq. m).

It’s everything you love about Google — smarts, security, and simplicity — brought to home Wi-Fi. Google Wifi is reliable and flexible, handling your devices and online activities seamlessly. Use the Google Wifi companion app² to see what’s connected, run a speedtest, troubleshoot, set up a guest network, and more. Manage kids’ screen time by pausing Wi-Fi to their devices at bedtime, during dinnertime, or whenever appropriate.

So if you’re in Canada and have been itching to buy Google’s entry into networking systems. Well, now you have the chance to pick one up of your very own. Just head to the Google Store and you should now be able to add it to your cart.

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