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The supervisor over customer loyalty said I could pay $800 and be good. As a company they are way more expensive than any other monitoring service that can do exactly what they have done. I will never recommend or use vivint again for home monitoring. I have paid faithfully every month for 3 years and I got a wall monitor and a doorbell camera and a few window sensors, they used most of the old sensors that were in my home at install. I have paid over 60 a month for 3 years over $2100 and somehow figure I still owe $1500 more to buy out you my contract. This company is ripping people off with that service and cost.

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Those are both great ways to provide strong customer service, and to show that the customers matter to the company. Additionally, you don’t need to pay an activation or installation fee with this DIY option security system. It’s great value for the money, and you can even try it for free for 30 days to see if you like the equipment, monitoring, and service. Here are their pros and cons:One thing this company offers that many others don’t is the option for broadband and landline monitoring. That can help customers in rural areas who might have trouble getting other companies to cover and protect them. In fact, on Protect America’s lowest priced package, landline monitoring is what’s automatically offered. In a rural location, you could be covered by this company and still not have to pay a lot of money every month. There are mixed home security system reviews on both the company and the mobile app, but most customers seem to really love what they’re getting through this company. Nest Secure makes our list of best home alarm systems partially due to all the neat gadgets that come along with it. While it’s definitely not the least expensive of the DIY installation home security options, at $399 there’s a reason why the starter kit is listed at that price. If you’re someone who’s already using Nest for your home, and you’re heavily invested in what that home automation system can offer, this is probably the perfect security system for you.

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