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T-Mobile introduces Mini alarm

T-Mobile has extended its portfolio with a new service. Mini alarm is a security solution based on GSM technology offering reliable protection of your house, apartment or office.

(Source: T-Mobile)

T-Mobile has extended its portfolio with a new service. Mini alarm is a security solution based on GSM technology offering reliable protection of your house, apartment or office.

This solution uses special device with dedicated SIM card and its number. Put alarm device on any place in your apartment or offi ce – thanks to GSM technology you can use this security solution anywhere within the signal coverage. The main advantage is its mobility – it is possible to change locations of alarm device anytime due to easy installation and fast activation. The device uses an electrical energy source and battery as well. Mini alarm device recognizes any motion and temperature difference in 360 degrees environment in 5-metre range. Any unauthorized entry is recorded and you are immediately informed by receiving short message or voice call. Mini alarm offers also special function for seniors called PANIC – in case of emergency they push the button on device to call for help. Mini alarm device has in-built battery operating for 5 days. You are informed about its blackout and restart by short message. Overall, you can setup 4 cellphone numbers for receiving messages about device activity. Mini alarm service is available for all customers, in both residential and business segment. The device is priced at 3 990 Skk, monthly fee for service is 199 Skk incl. VAT. The fee includes also credit for voice calls and SMS messages of alarm device so you needn’t to pay them separately. Furthermore, you can choose one T-Mobile that will be operating with service at no cost.

Topic: IT


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