Speedy NETGEAR WiFi router on sale with a big discount!


A black WiFi router with five green lights on the front and three antennae coming out the back.
Credit: NETGEAR

Good WiFi is no longer the luxury it was a few years ago; it's more of a necessity today given how much of our lives revolve around being online. Whether it's for work, gaming, or relaxing, having reliable access to the internet is important, which is why investing in top-notch equipment is a must.

Fortunately, upgrading your current router isn't as expensive as you might think, at least it isn't right now seeing as there's a a fantastic 25% off this NETGEAR R6700AX WiFi 6 router that can transform your home network for just $89.99.

 NETGEAR R6700AX product image of a black WiFi router with five green lights on the front and three antennae coming out the back.
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You're getting one of the best WiFi routers in return if you decide to make this investment. It boasts ultra-fast AX1800 Gigabit speeds (up to 1.8 Gbps) with WiFi 6 technology pulling the strings behind the scenes to make sure you get uninterrupted internet access. It also has a range of up to 1,500 sq. ft., even with 20 devices connected. Plus, it supports 2.4 and 5GHz bandwidths simultaneously depending on your needs.

It's also incredibly easy to set up via the Nighthawk App, is customisable through NETGEAR's Smart Parental Controls for online safety, and you get a 30-day free trial to NETGEAR Armor to keep all your connected devices secure.

It's very close to being the complete package, and at the very least, it's more than likely to be a sizable upgrade on your default WiFi router that'll completely transform your home setup. Just don't miss out on the chance to pick it up while on sale.

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