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GarryP

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#243069 26-Nov-2018 07:52
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Not sure if you need to create an account there to get the deals, but as an example the GWN7000 Router is down to $117 + gst. So all those people wanting a better router and improved WiFi coverage via APs, now is your chance. Apparently online sales only and sale finishes tomorrow.

 

(Go WiFi and GWN products recommended by me as a happy customer).

 

 

 

https://www.gowifi.co.nz/


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  #2134116 26-Nov-2018 07:59
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You and @michaelmurfy need to battle it out to see who's the biggest Grandstream fanboy. cool


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  #2134117 26-Nov-2018 08:01
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sbiddle:

 

You and @michaelmurfy need to battle it out to see who's the biggest Grandstream fanboy. cool

 

I don't even have any Grandstream products! I gave them all away to lucky people! But indeed some great deals there to improve your home network.





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GarryP

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#2134126 26-Nov-2018 08:40
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sbiddle:

 

You and @michaelmurfy need to battle it out to see who's the biggest Grandstream fanboy. cool

 

 

 

 

Didn't mean to come across that way.embarassed Only learned about them via @michaelmurfy's excellent Router Guide and gave the AP a try.

 

Never set an AP up before, so watched YouTube videos etc and got it going. Really liked the built-in interface etc so then bought the router. Never set one of those up before either, so followed the same process and paired it with the AP. Actually drove out to Go WiFi for the AP since they are Canterbury based and spent some time talking to one of the guys who gave me some great tips. 

 

Doing something like this which was out of my comfort zone, and having it work so well, is still a bit of a buzz.laughing 




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  #2134133 26-Nov-2018 08:45
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Darn..the only thing I needed was an extra AP but all the 7610's are gone :'(


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  #2134148 26-Nov-2018 08:53
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Huskie:

Darn..the only thing I needed was an extra AP but all the 7610's are gone :'(



You can grab a 7600 😊




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  #2134152 26-Nov-2018 09:00
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Huskie:

 

Darn..the only thing I needed was an extra AP but all the 7610's are gone :'(

 

 

Ditto





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