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Google Wifi has launched in Asia, making mesh Wi-Fi easier for the average man on the street — but there’s a catch.

The Wi-Fi router package is now available in Singapore, and Mashable understands it’ll launch shortly in another country in the region.

But for its Asian debut, Google Wifi is going to be a little harder to access, compared with Western countries. 

Unlike its off-the-shelf availability in the U.S. — where you can buy the product in Best Buy stores in person, or online via Amazon or Google’s own online store — users in Singapore will have to sign up for a two-year contract with StarHub, one of the local internet operators. Read more…

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