Google Wifi is now officially available in Singapore through a partnership with StarHub.
Singapore is the first country in Southeast Asia to introduce Google Wifi.
Starting tomorrow, 31st August 2017, you can buy a three-pack Google Wifi bundle at S$15/month over 24 months when you sign up or renew selected StarHub Broadband or Hubbing all-in-one plans. No upfront payment is needed.
That works out to be about S$360. If you are getting it from Google US Online Store, you will be paying US$264 (S$358) excluding shipping to Singapore. Google US don’t ship to Singapore directly, so you need to use a freight forwarder like HopShopGo.
Alternatively, you can get it from Amazon for the same price (US$264/S$358) and it ships directly to Singapore for free as it qualifies for the free AmazonGlobal Saver Shipping.
Unfortunately, that is the only way to get Google Wifi in Singapore. You can’t get it in stores or through Google Online Store.
I am pretty sure people will eventually sell it on Carousell.