Get TP-Link Powerline Wi-Fi Extender at 20% Off

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If you have a dead spot in your house where you can’t receive any Wi-Fi signal, you might want to consider using a powerline adapter. A powerline adapter simply makes use of your house’s electrical wiring to transmit data. Simply plug in the powerline adapter into a power socket, and you can have an Internet connection immediately. If you are looking for a powerline adapter, look no further than TP-Link AV1000 Powerline Wi-Fi Extender.

This Powerline adapter by TP-Link provides up to 1000Mbps ethernet over your power grid. In addition, it also comes with a built-in Wi-Fi extender that can provide Wi-FI connection that can easily go over the walls.

Tp Link Powerline Adapter

Normally retailing at $99.99, it is now available at $79.99, $20 off its usual price. And if you check the box “Save an extra $5.00 when you apply this coupon,” you can get it for just $74.99

The box comes with a set of powerline adapters. One is to be connected to the router while the other is used at the location where you want to connect to the Internet.

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Damien Oh started writing tech articles since 2007 and has over 10 years of experience in the tech industry. He is proficient in Windows, Linux, Mac, Android and iOS, and worked as a part time WordPress Developer. He is currently the owner and Editor-in-Chief of Make Tech Easier.


  1. I had serious concerns about an inline WIFI extender (electrical interference) but could not get WIFI where I needed even with a wireless range extender. I got a Netgear inline, and love it. It works perfectly. I have dual band TP WIFI router and it works great, at a price half of what other WIFI routers with it’s specs cost.

  2. You should mention the one main essential condition of it being on the same electrical ‘ring main’. Many people have their computer upstairs and their router downstairs, which in general means a separate ring main. In that case it won’t work, you would need to rely on the wifi part to access the web. Other than that these are terrific devices, and I endorse them whole heartedly!

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