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99/mo. offer includes new Cox Homelife Automation service plan and is available to residential customers with current subscription to one or more of Cox video, Internet and/or phone service in select Cox service areas. Free starter equipment kit 1 Door/Window Sensor, 1 Smart LED Light Bulb, and 1 HD Camera and hub device are included with paid install and qualifying credit; additional equipment fees may be extra. Certain advertised features may require Homelife Security and Automation service plan and additional equipment purchase. Offer expires 09/30/2019 . Standard install fee $25. 00 applies for most installations. Installation included at no additional charge with qualifying bundles. Cox Homelife Automation service plan is not a monitored home security system and includes home automation services only; Cox Homelife Security and Automation service plan required for professional monitoring services for intrusion, smoke/fire and related system components. A high speed Internet connection is required for either service and is not included in price. Applicable monthly service charges, installation, additional equipment, taxes, trip charges and other fees may apply.

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Many people do not like the idea of having to pay for their security system every month. Lately there are many security systems available that you can install yourself. Find one that will suit your specific situation and install it yourself. Many of the DIY products can be attached to a phone line and alert you or other pre programmed numbers. 3:I have a dog that will set off the alarm and will cause fall alarms. With the latest developments in home security systems there are sensors available that can be set at a certain height.

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This is disappointing considering SimpliSafe's smartphone app only offers limited functionality due to the fact you can't use the system with many smart home devices. Read the full reviewLatest News and Updates January 2019Here are some new and noteworthy DIY security systems that we haven’t tested yet but plan to evaluate later this year:Samsung SmartThings ADT Home Security Starter Kit: This system combines ADT home security monitoring with Samsung’s excellent smart home platform. Released in October 2017 for $499Ring Alarm: This system offers professional monitoring for $10 a month, making it the least expensive security system on the market, DIY or otherwise. This Amazon owned company also makes a line of popular video doorbells. Released in July 2018 for $199Honeywell Smart Home Security: This system has an all in one base station that also acts as a security camera, an Amazon Alexa smart speaker, a motion detector and a siren. Honeywell makes a variety of sensors for this system, and the unit is compatible with Google Assistant, IFTTT and Z Wave smart home platforms. Released in August 2018 for $349Arlo Security System: This system uses the Arlo SmartHub and works with Arlo Multi Sensors, the Arlo Siren and the Arlo Remote. The most interesting devices in the system are the Arlo Multi Sensors, which are similar to the Nest Detect sensors in that they can act as both motion detectors and entry sensors on doors and windows. They can also detect water leaks and the temperature, and they alert you when smoke and carbon monoxide detectors go off. Announced in January 2019, with expected release in the second half of 2019; pricing isn’t available yetWhy trust us on home automation systems?We've reviewed DIY home security systems for over four years. During this time, we've honed our testing process to look at over 100 distinct factors to determine how well a system works.

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