Access to mass-market home security and automation is now available to customers in 15 more markets across the U.S. thanks to an expansion of AT&T’s Digital Life service.
AT&T expanded initial launch plans for Digital Life from eight to 15 markets beginning this spring. AT&T says that will continue to launch Digital Life in new markets across the country, with plans to reach up to 50 markets by the end of 2013.
The core of AT&T Digital Life is a complete security solution. Through dedicated 24/7 monitoring centers, professionals will alert police and fire authorities of emergencies, along with customers, including details on where the event inside the home occurred. Customers can choose from security features such as window sensors, glass break detectors, and carbon monoxide sensors.
Through what AT&T calls a “user-friendly application,” homeowners can manage and control security and automation devices by setting up programs and alerts. For instance, customer can get a notice when her front porch video camera sees motion or set her system to turn on lights, unlock the door, and change the thermostat when the garage door opens.
The all-digital, wireless Digital Life platform allows flexibility, as well, with sensors and services available to customers that include water leak, CO2, smoke and glass break sensors, thermostats for managing energy, wirelessly-controlled door locks, and video cameras.
Customers may experience these services inside an AT&T store before making a purchase, order through a call center representative, visit att.com/digitallife, or schedule an appointment with an in-home sales consultant.