Category: Alarm Company Reviews

Consumers Can Expect to See Door Knockers Early and Often This Spring, but Stealing Customers Still a Big Concern

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There may be 13,000 alarm companies in the US, but among the larger companies it’s actually a pretty small network – so small that news travels fast. And the news currently making the rounds is about door knockers: specifically, that this spring and summer may well be the worst on record for door knockers soliciting…

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Cox Communications Expands Home Security Offer, Announcing Launch of Cox Home Security in Virginia

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It seems that when it rains it pours, when it comes to cable and telco providers scrambling to enter the highly competitive home security and home automation markets. We’ve been tracking all these “new entrants,” as we call them, and although their offers can be confusing (even to us!), we are working hard to read…

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Alarm Company Reviews Help You Shop for Peace of Mind

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As consumers increasingly shop online for important services like wireless home security and home automation, it’s no surprise that nothing beats the power and convenience of on-line customer testimonials. Customer reviews are simply the best way to compare companies and see what actual users have to say about their providers. This fact holds especially true…

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Number Two Door Knocker Hit with Another Fine, Sells Account Creation Assets to Protection 1

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With the alarm industry (and America’s homeowners) gearing up for another onslaught of summer alarm salespeople knocking on millions of doors, the second largest door knocker is back in the news. As if a $1 million fine levied against Pinnacle Security by the state of Illinois was not enough, California’s Contra Costa County has added…

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AT&T Announces Launch of Digital Life, Home Security and Home Automation Services

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After successfully testing its long-awaited alarm and home automation platform with company employees in the Dallas and Atlanta markets, AT&T recently announced that it will launch Digital Life in eight cities this March – and an additional 50 US cities by the end of 2013. The alarm industry is all ears, as it should be:…

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