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Frontpoint systems use high quality GE General Electric equipment that protects against intruders and environmental damage. Since each system is custom built, you have a world of options. With the Ultimate Service Plan for monitoring, you can connect indoor and outdoor cameras to your security system and you can automate all your equipment for a truly smart home. Frontpoint offers indoor and outdoor cameras that record videos in 1080p full HD with infrared night vision, which means that these cameras will catch anything at night almost as clearly as they would in the daylight. You can also connect a doorbell camera that uses motion sensors to alert you every time someone approaches your door. All the cameras have built in motion detectors, and any time one is triggered, Frontpoint alerts you to the activity.

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SimpliSafe requires no such contract and no auto renewal fees. Another important difference between SimpliSafe and some of the more traditional home security systems is that SimpliSafe is 100% wireless. Not only does that mean a less expensive and difficult installation process, but more importantly the system cannot be shut down by a clever thief with wire cutters. In fact, the home security installation is so simple that the customer can begin installing the system in as littleas 5 minutes, as shown in a helpful video on the website. This is a nice incentive for those folks who don't want a hefty installation charge or permanent wiring added in their home. Of course, it could also be a negative for people who don't trust themselves to install the system on their own.

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, they can increase your price as they please, unless you contact them within a 30 day period of the increase. Also stated in your contract however is you do have the chance to end your contract if they ever increase the price immediately. I almost bought them when I called to get my cable setup. After reading reviews throughout the internet I ended up going with someone else but am a little bummed I didn't try them out after seeing what my brother got for them. I think every company has their stories of technician no shows, false alarms, no responses etc. and I just tried to weed out the dumb people from the actual product. All in all I would say to let security companies be security companies aka ADT, Vivint and let internet companies be internet companies and don't get the two combined. My brother did get Comcast when he moved into his new house though and I saw the equipment, it did look good. These kits are typically but not always more affordable than a professional installation, while still giving you the necessary devices to protect any home. Plus, there are no long term contracts to worry about. If you’ve been feeling that security around your home is a little lacking, these kits make the perfect starting place.

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