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Learn about AT&T Smart Wi-Fi Extenders

Get Wi-Fi coverage in more areas of your home. Stream when and where you want with Smart Wi-Fi extenders.




How Wi-Fi extenders work

Tired of Wi-Fi® dead zones? AT&T Smart Wi-Fi Extenders connect to your Wi-Fi gateway, creating a mesh network that extends your Wi-Fi signal to more areas of your home. You can stream music and videos with less buffering, on more devices, and in locations you couldn’t before.

Our newest extender, the AirTies 4971, uses the latest standards in 802.11ax technology, also known as Wi-Fi 6. It operates in both the 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz ranges. This helps improve performance and extend coverage in your home.

Your Wi-Fi gateway and the Smart Wi-Fi Extenders use the same network info. That means you connect a new tablet, smartphone, or laptop to your Wi-Fi network with an extender the same way you connect to your gateway. Just enter your Wi-Fi network name and password

You can even connect devices like smart TVs, media players, and gaming systems to the extender with an Ethernet cable.

Check Wi-Fi gateway and extender compatibility

Smart Wi-Fi Extenders only work with compatible Wi-Fi gateways. See which one is right for your network.
  • BGW320 – AirTies 4971, 4921, and 4920
  • BGW210 – AirTies 4971, 4921, and 4920
  • Pace 5268 – AirTies 4971, 4921, and 4920
  • NVG599 – AirTies 4921 and 4920
  • NVG589 – AirTies 4921 and 4920

See if Wi-Fi extenders will help

Looking for help with your Wi-Fi? Extenders can help cover dead zones. Use the Smart Home Manager app to find your weak Wi-Fi areas. On a mobile device:
  1. Go to the Smart Home Manager app.
  2. Choose Easily Find Weak Wi-Fi Spots in Your Home.
  3. Follow the prompts. We’ll let you know where your Wi-Fi could use a little help.
Last updated: September 16, 2021

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