SafeMart Expands Wireless Home Security Services With Verizon
ST. MARY, Kan. — SafeMart Home Security, based here, will extend its service capabilities with the addition of Verizon Wireless as a network service provider for its wireless home security systems. The development will provide SafeMart’s monitoring customers with an even faster and more effective means of managing their interactive home security systems, says SafeMart President Chris Johnson.
“Using multiple vendors and networks gives our customers more flexibility in choosing the wireless network that delivers the best coverage. Our top priority is our customers’ satisfaction and every decision we make, we make with our customers in mind,” he says.
SafeMart already covers the entire U.S., but Verizon’s 4G LTE and 3G networks cover certain geographical areas that other providers do not service, according to the company. SafeMart’s alarm monitoring service, called LiveWatch, enables customers to monitor their homes from any location using the wireless network.
To learn more about SafeMart’s background and the company’s do-it-yourself model, check out SSI’s recent Security Speaking podcast with Johnson. You can read a transcript of the interview, which was conducted by SSI Editor-in-Chief Scott Goldfine, here.
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