MONI Smart Security Introduces New Options for Smart Home
Company introduced new options for smart home users with professional monitoring for the Nest Secure.
MONI is largest home security alarm monitoring companies in the U.S. It secures more than one million residential customers and commercial client accounts with monitored home and business security system. The Nest Secure alarm system, unveiled September 20, 2017, is now available to customers with a variety of home professional monitoring pricing plans from MONI. The experts at MONI will provide professional 24/7 monitoring for the Nest system starting at $24.99/month with a three-year agreement or US$ 34.99/month with no long-term agreement.
“MONI believes in the personalization of home security. With our integration with the Nest Secure alarm system, MONI will offer monitoring at various price points, so anyone can seamlessly add the professional monitoring plan that best fits their lifestyle,” said Jeff Gardner, President and CEO of MONI Smart Security.
According to Smart Technologies report published by Coherent Market Insights, Smart home products can be broadly categorized into lighting control, security & access control, security, HVAC control, home healthcare, smart kitchen, and entertainment. Home security is expected to be major segment due to increasing incidences of crime and theft. Nest Secure and MONI pair the latest technology with comprehensive service for optimal safety and satisfaction. With MONI’s premium professional monitoring, customers have 24/7 home security coverage and experts to contact the authorities on their behalf in an emergency, which is ideal for those who want an extra layer of security and professional response if they’re unable to monitor alarms on their own.
“The Nest Secure alarm system is not only easy to install and live with, it can also be customized to the needs of each customer,” said Linus Lundberg, head of global enterprise partnerships. MONI has an award winning alarm response monitoring center that connects with customers in an emergency.
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