- Bell Aliant trusted technicians set to begin installations
- Using a personal device, customers can remotely control their home security system, lights, thermostat and more.
HALIFAX, May 7, 2013 /CNW/ - Bell Aliant Inc.'s (TSX: BA) NextGen Home Security™ is now available on Atlantic Canada's most advanced broadband network. The service will roll out first in Halifax, Sydney, St. John's, Saint John, Moncton, Fredericton and Charlottetown. Residents in those cities can now book appointments to receive the latest technology to monitor, protect and control their homes. The company will soon expand availability to other communities across Atlantic Canada.
"We're delivering the future of home security and automation technology to customers - today," said Dan McKeen, senior vice president, customer solutions, Bell Aliant. "Powered by our world class broadband network, NextGen Home Security helps people create a truly digital home. This is not your parents' security system. It's so much more, with built in peace of mind plus digital features that put you in the driver's seat so you can manage your whole home even when you can't be there."
NextGen Home Security is an affordable Internet-based service designed for consumers' digital lifestyles. Innovative features allow homeowners to protect and control their homes from anywhere. Customers can receive texts when someone enters the home and then view a video of the person walking through the door. They can also remotely arm and disarm the system, lock and unlock doors and check on their home, children or family pet from a smartphone, tablet or PC.
Bell Aliant's team of trusted and reliable technicians is specially trained and certified to set-up and customize the system for every customer.
Bell Aliant bundle customers can purchase the NextGen Home Security Standard Package for $34.95/month. This includes 24/7 Professional Security Monitoring and remote management via web portal and mobile devices. The Plus Package offers the same security, monitoring, and remote management services, plus secure video monitoring, lighting and small appliance control. Bell Aliant bundle customers can purchase this package for $44.95/month. The Plus Package also allows customers to customize their system with additional monitoring and automation devices such as door locks and thermostats.
Residents in Halifax, Sydney, St. John's, Saint John, Moncton, Fredericton, and Charlottetown can register today to book an installation or a free in-home assessment to switch from an existing system or set up a new one. Visit bellaliant.net/homesecurity or call 1-855-777-4117 to find out more.
Today, Bell Aliant is also launching the Smartest Home on the Block photo caption contest on Facebook. For the next four weeks, customers in Atlantic Canada can enter to win one of four Samsung Galaxy tablets. For more details, visit the contest page on Facebook at http://bddy.me/Ytb8Th.
About Bell Aliant
Bell Aliant (TSX: BA) is one of North America's largest regional communications providers and the first company in Canada to cover an entire city with fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) technology with its FibreOP™ services. Through its operating entities, it serves customers in six Canadian provinces with innovative information, communication and technology services including voice, data, Internet, video and value-added business solutions. Bell Aliant's employees deliver the highest quality customer service, choice and convenience.
Image with caption: "Bell Aliant certified security technician, Nicole Marks installs NextGen Home Security at the home of Bell Aliant employee Carlos Barbosa (CNW Group/BELL ALIANT INC.)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20130507_C4158_PHOTO_EN_26442.jpg
Image with caption: "Nicole Marks, certified security technician completes installation of Bell Aliant NextGen Home Security at home of Bell Aliant employee Carlos Barbosa (CNW Group/BELL ALIANT INC.)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20130507_C4158_PHOTO_EN_26440.jpg
Image with caption: "Nicole Marks, certified NextGen Home Security technician, shows Carlos Barbosa how to operate the system keypad (CNW Group/BELL ALIANT INC.)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20130507_C4158_PHOTO_EN_26446.jpg
Image with caption: "Certified security technician Nicole Marks installs Bell Aliant NextGen Home Security (CNW Group/BELL ALIANT INC.)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20130507_C4158_PHOTO_EN_26444.jpg
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