We’ve already covered the cool new remote control features of the new SimpliSafe2 here. So what else is new? Massive 41 Sensor Capacity The original SimpliSafe has a maximum capacity of 26 wireless sensors that it can support. We heard from many of you that you wanted more, more, more! You told us that you wanted to get more Entry Sensors for all your first floor windows. The new SimpliSafe2 gives you the room to add all the sensors you could ever want.
You can control the new SimpliSafe2 Base Station settings online, when you subscribe to our new no-contract plan: 24/7 Total Monitoring Plan + Online Command. For just $24.99/month you’ll have remote control of your security system from anywhere in the world. All you need is internet access (upgrading to the new service plan is entirely optional).
For a limited time, SimpliSafe customers have exclusive access to the new SimpliSafe2. All customers interested in upgrading to the new SimpliSafe2 Base Station platform can redeem their $100 upgrade offer online. Upgrading is completely optional. We will still be selling, supporting and servicing our original system.
Ever wonder what goes through the mind of a burglar? Well, SimpliSafe home security sent a team of us out to hit the streets for some raw data. We got the chance to sit down with burglary professionals and ask them some real tough questions. It wasn’t easy getting these questions answered but we got them!
What a burglar is doing once they are inside your homeThere’s a lot of things that a person can do in 8 minutes. For example, wash the dishes, make a sandwich, check your email, or make a cup of coffee. Eight minutes is all a burglar needs to rob your home. That’s pretty fast considering this is a new environment for him, because all homes are different. Burglars don't like to hang around inside your house for long.
Do you know how quickly a burglar can break into your home? In most cases we have found it takes only a minute or two. Without the help of a home security system, a burglar needs only 8-12 minutes to find what they're looking for. That’s not really a long time if you think about it, but to them that’s a lifetime! As soon as a burglar makes his grand entrance into your home, “the break-in clock” initiates.
Getting price quotes for alarm systems can be difficult, and you're likely to face a barrage of sales calls day-in and day-out for weeks. Learn how to get burglar alarm prices without the hassle of pesky sales calls with these 5 insider tips from SimpliSafe Home Security.
Ladies and gentleman welcome to tonight’s main event! In the balance hangs the future of our credit markets—folks, these are incredibly high stakes. In the blue corner we have the Consumers, and in the red corner we have the Banks. Both sides are primed for a blockbuster collision that will be sure to add to the flame to the continuous political debates as this election season heats up. In the balance hangs the future of our credit markets—folks, these are incredibly high stakes.
Crime Headlines vs. Reality—What does the local coverage of crime teach about the world around you? How do headlines compare to what the police are reporting to the public about crime in their city? To find out we took a look at the news coverage of crime for one week in four major US cities. We then compared that to what the police reported about crime that same week in those cities. Here's what we found...