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# 240468 9-Sep-2018 15:17
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Hey so bit of a long story - I have a Ubiquiti AMPLIFI that has worked well for us - but now we've moved to a longer more modern house I'm finding the signal barely reaches our back bedrooms. So I'm going to buy some additional mesh points.

 

I thought it might be more cost effective to buy the router + mesh points pack and sell the new router off for say $200. Saves the buyer $50 and me around $50 also.

 

I'll ship for free otherwise pickup in Hamilton - and include the receipt from PB in case you need any warranty.

 

 

 

TL:DR - anyone in the market for a Ubiquiti AMPLIFI router brand new just separated from a 3 pack for $200 shipped (Approx $50 saving from retail)

 

 

 

Also - if anyone has spare mesh points they'd like to sell instead I'd also been keen to go that way.

 

 

 

 


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  # 2086474 9-Sep-2018 15:23
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That router can also function as a mesh point too. If you don't sell, consider having a 4-point mesh network.




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  # 2086616 9-Sep-2018 20:52
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Thanks for the tip - I may end up going that route.. it just seems an excessive amount to spend on WiFi ($800 all up)

 

It might end up just getting a cheap router and a 3 pack of Google WiFi yet


 
 
 
 


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  # 2086838 10-Sep-2018 12:32
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Although - some don't rate Google wifi units, they always worked for my parents and had zero issues after I set them up for them. Dicksmith always have them on for around $389. I have Orbi and it is very fast; but I have to say I could have got 6 units of Google wifi for that money...


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  # 2086883 10-Sep-2018 13:42
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AmpliFi is miles better than Google WiFi. Google WiFi also does track some usage which AmpiFi doesn't.







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  # 2086910 10-Sep-2018 14:05
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Probably the wrong thread for it - but is it true the mesh points in the kit and bound to the kit router? - Could ruin my clever plan.




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  # 2087554 11-Sep-2018 14:54
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Ended up just buying the extenders cause it seems the pack is all paired together. So this thread can be closed. Sorry!


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