There’s nothing worse than paying $40, $60, $80 or even more each month for home broadband service that doesn’t deliver the coverage or speed that you’re looking for. Sometimes it’s your ISP’s fault when your home internet service doesn’t deliver, but oftentimes it’s actually your fault, believe it or not. By purchasing a low-quality wireless router for your home, you’re doing yourself a tremendous disservice and you won’t get to enjoy the home broadband experience you’re looking for until you upgrade.
Well, today’s the day you’re going to upgrade. The eero Home WiFi System is finally available to purchase and if you’re struggling with poor home Wi-Fi, it’s worth every penny.
“eero is the world’s first home WiFi system. A set of three eeros covers the typical home. They work in perfect unison to deliver hyper-fast, super-stable WiFi to every square foot,” eero says of its product. “It’s simple to set up. Easy to manage. And gets better over time with new features and improved performance. Stream video, get work done, or swipe right in any room — not just next to your router. Finally. WiFi that actually works.”
A few more key details from the eero product page:
- The 1-pack is great if you have a space that’s under 1,000 sq. ft., or as an add-on to an existing eero system
- Eliminates buffering and dead zones in even the hardest-to-reach corners
- Three eeros cover the typical home – but you can always add additional units to your network, as needed
- Required for setup: compatible iOS or Android phone, Internet service, modem
eero raised more than $2.5 million during a crowdfunding campaign that began last year, and now this hotly anticipated home Wi-Fi solution is finally available to all. The device comes in two different bundles, an eero Home WiFi System (1 pack) for $199.00 and an eero Home WiFi System (3 pack) for $499.00. Both versions come with free Prime shipping.
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