Brinks Home Security Discontinued – Get Frontpoint

Brinks Home Security has been discontinued. That’s right. The legendary Brinks is no more. Customers were thrilled with the service they provided, which was secure and reliable. When Brinks got taken over by ADT, former customers reportedly claimed they found it difficult to adjust to ADT’s ways and were unsatisfied with the customer service they provided. Still snooping around for a Brink’s system? Check out Frontpoint.

Frontpoint provides uncomplicated, hassle-free home security with extremely competitive and affordable pricing. They have the most cutting-edge (yet most simple to set up) system on the market. Fronpoint’s home security system requires no complicated setup or wiring.

Their simple pricing structures, with no hidden costs or five-year mega contracts let you review the choices and make your own determination as to what is best for you. If you do not like it, you can return it within 30 days and get a full refund as well.

Frontpoint is known for it’s awesome customer service. This is a major plus, since most companies in this industry don’t do too well when it comes to servicing the needs of their customers.

Technology for the future

Frontpoint, hands down has the most cutting edge security technology on the market. With Brinks no longer in the picture, you can rest assured that with Frontpoint you’re still getting nothing but the best. For example, Fronpoint’s system is totally cellular. That means you do not need a phone line, or an internet connection. Their system communicates with the authorities (that is, the monitoring center who dispatch the emergency personnel) cellularly.

The entire Frontpoint system – the door/window sensors, the motion sensors and any other devices that you wish to add to your system are controllable from the Frontpoint app. The Frontpoint app can be downloaded on your phone and it’s free. Everything is built into the monthly monitoring cost – even the cellular SIM-card that goes inside your control panel. No extra charges for that.

So with the app, you can view live video (if add cameras to the system), control and view the temperature at home, control your thermostats, lights, garage doors and get text alerts or email alerts/notifications. But that’s just a few of the many features the Frontpoint app has to offer. The app is crazy awesome. There’s so much you can do with it. You’ll need to call Frontpoint and talk with one of their reps to truly understand everything it can do for you.

The app can also be accessd online via the web from any computer or laptop. A phone app is not necessary. And yes, you can do all of this from anywhere, absolutely anywhere in the world.

Frontpoint’s phone number? 866-363-2035. You can also visit them by clicking the link below:{AD3C3D50-7CED-402C-BEEC-EC5CE5ACE73B}

Ridiculously easy

So as stated above, the Frontpoint system is really really easy to install. The control panel (the Simon) has no messy wiring or setup requirements. Everything is wireless and easy to install. The panel truly is plug and play.

Unlike with local, smaller companies, you do not have to make any appointments with installers and ensure you are at home during a particular 3-4 hour time frame for the installation. No installation fees either.

Great savings

Frontpoint is known for its clear pricing. What they tell you is what you get. There are no hidden fees or extra service charges.

No pushy sales tactics

One of the many other great things about Frontpoint is no obnoxious and pushy salesmen that will call to harass you into buying their system. This is huge.

Get in touch with Frontpoint today. Visit their site here, and try to get in touch with one of their reps using the ‘get quote’ form on the right side of the page or call them direct at 866-363-2035.

About the Author

Joe Farrel

Joe Farrel
Joe Farrel is a writer, technology junkie and dog lover. He has a keen understanding of green technologies and wireless home automation products and is hopelessly obsessed with smartphones. When not working, Joe enjoys playing video games, reading tech blogs and watching stand-up comedy.

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