What’s going on with telecommunications?
You may have been contacted by Spark regarding your landline needing to be disconnected due to a shift to a wireless alternative—but what does this mean for your wired house alarm and telecommunications?
Traditionally, house alarms run through phone lines which means when the power goes out, the alarm still works. So, naturally, there is worry that not having a phone line may negatively impact your security.
However, this is not the case. It is possible to have an alarm without a phone line, and maintain communications during a power failure. Modeliving knows how…
In addition to the worry about disconnecting your landline, Spark is encouraging customers to move to an International alarm monitoring provider and are also offering the new monitoring hardware at a subsidised rate by putting you into a monitoring contract of up to 36 months.
It is understandable that you may be hesitant about having an overseas provider monitor your home’s alarm system. Despite what Spark says, there are other options!
In partnership with CODE9, Modeliving provides local alarm monitoring and support. Modeliving has a range of different security and surveillance systems that can be personalised to your home and needs. All of our systems are installed with remote control (internet required) and can be accessed from your own device wherever you are. Even if the power goes out, Modeliving solutions still provide security and communications.
Keep your assets and irreplaceable items safe by having your alarm monitored locally with Modeliving.
Technology can be challenging, Modeliving makes it easier. Let’s talk about how we can help you.