Sign Up for AlarmClub VoIP Burglary Monitoring Services.
1: Select the Alarm Monitoring Plan. (5yrs, 3yrs, 1yr or Mo2Mo)
2: Choose Your Florida County. (Palm Beach, Martin & Broward)
3: Choose Your Compatible VoIP Provider.
4: Select the Previous Monitoring Company.
5: Click Order Today, Checkout Now & Complete Order Buttons.
6: AlarmClub Will Call to Schedule Your Local Onsite Activation.
VoIP Alarm Monitoring from AlarmClub allows you to Eliminate Your Traditional Phone Service and take advantage of AlarmClub's Famous Low Cost VoIP Burglar Alarm Monitoring Services!
AlarmClub Local VoIP Alarm Monitoring Service Includes:
VoIP Alarm System Monitoring Service:
Get all the advantages of AlarmClub's discount alarm monitoring service
without needing a traditional phone line at the property.
AlarmClub VoIP Alarm System Monitoring Services are Available in South Florida:
AlarmClub has been installing, servicing, and monitoring VoIP alarm systems in and around South Florida
for over 25 years. By becoming a member of the AlarmClub, not only is your alarm system monitored 24/7 by a UL certified central alarm monitoring station, but you also have access to a staff of technicians that have each been background checked, drug tested, and certified by the Alarm Association of Florida (AAF). As an AlarmClub member, you will always receive priority service whenever there is an issue with your alarm.
In addition, our customer service representatives are dedicated to solving any issue that may arise with your account. All representatives are trained and experienced in dealing with nearly every scenario that may arise. With AlarmClub, you can take advantage of a discounted alarm monitoring fee that is less than half of our competition, while still enjoying the high-quality support you deserve.
Outside South Florida? GeoArm VoIP Monitoring Services are Available Nationwide:
AlarmClub installs, services and monitors VoIP alarm systems in Broward County
, Martin County
, and Palm Beach County, Florida
. If you have an alarm system installed outside of South Florida or are a Do-It-Yourselfer located in South Florida, and are interested in VoIP alarm monitoring services please visit www.geoarm.com
where you can sign up for our nationwide alarm monitoring service.
More and more people are switching from traditional analog phone service to VoIP service as they look to save on their monthly bills. Most of these people don't realize that their security system was designed to send its alarm signals over a traditional analog phone line. In their attempt to save money, these people have actually left their homes vulnerable to burglaries. There are many reasons why VoIP phone service is not recommended for primary alarm communications:
1. When using VoIP service for your security system's alarm communications, each alarm signal must be converted from analog to digital by the VoIP service and then converted back to analog so that it can be received by the central station's receivers. This conversion process is automatic, but oftentimes results in errors or lost signals. AlarmClub has found that when using VoIP service a high number of "invalid alarms" are received by the central station. As the cause of the signal is not known, AlarmClub operators are not allowed to dispatch on an "invalid alarm."
2. Most security systems are equipped with a battery backup that provides adequate power for up to 24 hours. If your security system is sending its alarm signals over a traditional analog phone line, which does not need power to operate, then power outages will not affect your alarm communications. Unfortunately, VoIP service needs power to keep the VoIP modem/router running. Therefore, unless you have your VoIP modem/router operating on an uninterruptible power supply your central station will not receive alarm signals from your security system during a power outage.
3. Finally, VoIP alarm monitoring is prone to the same security risks as regular phone line alarm monitoring. Just as your phone line is exposed on the outside of your home, so is your cable connection which provides your VoIP service. While the inside of your house is protected by all your alarm sensors, the vital link between your security system and your central station is left exposed to tampering.
For these reasons, AlarmClub always recommends using cellular alarm monitoring
instead of VoIP alarm monitoring. However, should you require VoIP alarm monitoring, it must be from the following list of VoIP service providers that have been tested and proven to be reliable for alarm communications:
All of these VoIP providers use an independent IP network which makes their service much more reliable than other popular VoIP providers such as Vonage
or Magic Jack
. If you are going to use VoIP alarm monitoring, make sure your VoIP provider is on the above list.
What Happens After I Order My AlarmClub VoIP Alarm Monitoring System Service?
Once you order AlarmClub's VoIP alarm monitoring service, you will receive an email with a link to an easy online form which will ask you for your alarm system's make and model as well as your system's zone information. To find your alarm system's make and model, look on the inside door of your hardwired control panel. Your system's control panel is usually a tan metal enclosure located in a garage, laundry room, closet, etc. (Please note: The control panel is not the keypad which you use to arm and disarm your system.) The wiring diagram on the inside door of your alarm system's control panel should have the make and model printed on it. If you have an all-in-one wireless alarm system, the make and model will either be located on the front of the control panel/keypad or on the backside of the alarm system.
After you submit the form, you will receive a phone call from an AlarmClub technician who will help you verify whether or not you need a alarm system upgrade
. Our technician will walk you through, over the phone, how to get into the programming interface of your system using your keypad. If you are able to successfully get into programming, no alarm system upgrade is needed. AlarmClub will then schedule a convenient time to come to your property and reprogram your system to communicate with our UL certified alarm monitoring station through your VoIP line. They will also do a full system test to ensure every device on your system is working properly. This reprogram/test process takes on average 1 to 2 hours, and is FREE with a 3 or 5 year VoIP alarm system monitoring commitment.
If the technician finds that your control panel is locked out and cannot be reset back to factory defaults, you will need to order the alarm system upgrade before your VoIP alarm monitoring service can begin. An AlarmClub technician will then take down your existing alarm system and install a brand new DSC alarm system so that you can get AlarmClub's VoIP alarm monitoring service.
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