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Scout Alarm uses your home's internet connection to keep you up to date on your home's security. If the power goes out, the battery backup means the system can still set off alarms if someone tries to break in. Scout's large and small starter kits on Amazon are a good way to get the starter devices you need for your system such as door panels, entry sensors and key fobs. One downside to Scout Alarm is that you must pay a monthly fee $9. 99 to use the system, but this fee pays for built in cellular backup, which is often more expensive with other DIY home security systems. There's no contract so you can cancel service if you don't need it.

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About 8 months ago I switched from ADT to Xfinity home security. We had confusion on if I had a break in then whether or not I would have to fill out a police report, turn it in to them and they would provide a recording of all my cameras for whatever period of time I deemed necessary. The security measures are worthless I’ve spoken to numerous police officers. I was never rude and tried to treat each person respectfully. Any crook with a 3rd grade education knows that if you cut the easily “accessible wire” the system ceases to function. Also by the way trying to access the cameras remotely can be a joke in that most times you get a message that says “cameras not available” but I'm guessing this is due to poor 3g / 4g service. Plan on accessing real time camera feed via wifi access only. Do some research before you get any home security. Agreed, partially. I and my fellow installers like to make a very good point that after that two years your monitoring rate does increase $10. But it is still less than a comparable system with ADT.