Treat yourself to reliable whole-home Wi-Fi coverage with this excellent deal on the TP-Link Deco S4 mesh Wi-Fi System. For just $129.99, you’ll get a pack of 3 Deco S4 nodes that are capable of providing 5,500 sq. ft. of network coverage.

If you are using the router that your internet service provider sent to you with your broadband package and are experiencing dead zones or sketchy Wi-Fi in your property, then this could be the perfect system for you. The TP-Link Deco S4 mesh Wi-Fi system is essentially a Wi-Fi dead-zone killer and works by joining a series of nodes together to create a reliable ‘mesh’ network throughout your property.

Rather than having one router that all of your devices connect to, this system creates a network throughout the property that then allows devices to roam seamlessly from room-to-room connecting to the different nodes without issue or interruption. The network broadcasts a single network name, which means that if you change ISP or replace the main router, all of your devices will stay connected without having to mess about with passwords and other ridiculously time-consuming admin processes.

You can assign parental controls to specific devices connected to the network. You can create a guest network for people that are coming and going which means that you don’t need to provide your main network password to anyone. You also get an extremely easy-to-follow setup process that doesn’t really require any technical knowledge. Also, as your needs expand, so does the network as you can add new nodes at any time to increase the range.

Head on over to the direct link below to take advantage of this deal. While stocks last, of course! The deal is a straightforward price reduction so you won’t need to enter any discount codes or clip on any coupons to get the advertised price.

Buy: TP-Link Deco Mesh WiFi System, 3-Pack from Amazon: $129.99 | Original price: $150

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