Suddenlink Security Expands Service and Features
Suddenlink is seventh largest cable provider in the United States, with millions of residential and commercial customers under its belt. Suddenlink was founded in 2002 in St. Louis, Missouri and quickly became a top ten telecommunications company. While Suddenlink has offered a version of home security for many years in limited markets, they overhauled in March 2012, adding state of the art security features and expanding to new markets.
Home security is still expanding with Suddenlink, but their primary service areas include Arkansas, Louisiana, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Texas, and West Virginia, with parts of Arizona, California, Idaho, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, Mississippi, New Mexico, Nevada, Ohio, and Virginia served at this time.
The new Suddenlink Security is built around connectivity. Customers of Suddenlink will be able to receive alerts via email, text or phoneregarding their home. New cameras and other high tech options are now available to Suddenlink Security customers that allow remote access and monitoring.
Suddenlink Security has the potential to save customers money. You canbundle Suddenlink Security in with cable, telephone or Internet packages to save, as well as by reducing homeowners insurancepremiums up to 20%. Plus, Suddenlink Security can be configured to work on any existing security equipment you may have.
Suddenlink Security is based on a wireless network. Some of the hardware Suddenlink Security offers includes:
- Wireless motion detectors that can monitor large spaces, but even smaller places like liquor or gun cabinets, that will not be triggered by a nosy pet
- Keypad and control panels that alarm or disarm your home, and can be used as a panic button in case of emergencies
- Glassbreak detectors to add another layer of protection to windows
- Wireless cameras that can be streamed remotely to get live video of your home from wherever you are
- Door and window sensors that can trigger alarm response or alert
- Fire, smoke and carbon monoxide detectors that can alert emergency response to any hazardous conditions
- Flood prevention sensors that alert you to tiny leaks before they become huge floods
Suddenlink Security relies on its new wireless systems and dedicated professional response to give customers features like:
- Advanced control panels and keypads for multiple areas of the home
- Up to 16 different user codes and passwords for multiple users, andone master code
- A wireless range of nearly 1000 feet for all equipment
- Remote, handheld alarm control with wireless key fobs
- Sophisticated sensors and detectors that are pet-proofed, so your dog will never trigger an emergency alert
- Mobile notification over phone, text, or email for any suspicious or otherwise preset activity
- Live streaming video monitoring, so you can check in at home from work or vacation
- A dedicated GSM network for users without LAN connections at home
- 24/7 monitoring by a network of professionals with 24 hour battery backup in case of power failure
Security only plans start at $20 per month with a one year contract. This monthly price includes remote monitoring, email, text or phone alerts, vacation alerts, and emergency response. Installation is completed by a Suddenlink professional for free, and additional equipment can be purchased through Suddenlink as necessary.
You can also bundle with Suddenlink to save money on multiple products, with packages including:
- TV, Internet and Security: $110 per month, with over 200 HD channels, 15Mbps high speed Internet, and monitored security
- TV, Phone and Security: $101 per month, with over 200 HD channels, unlimited long distance, and monitored security
- TV and Security: $76 per month, with over 200 HD channels and monitored security
Suddenlink Security is revamped and rejuvenated for a competitve home security market.
For more information on Suddenlink Security plans, please visit their website at www.suddenlink.com.