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The AG Update: Ep. 12

Alex Flitton
May 10, 2019 8:05:00 AM

The New Belle LTE, Landline Vs. Mobile PERS, Smart Security Distrust, And More...

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Links To Resources:

  1. Belle LTE Announcement
  2. Landline Vs. Mobile PERS
  3. Consumer Data Reveals Distrust In Smart Home Security

Transcript:

Belle LTE Announcement

It’s a big time for our sister company, Freeus, who has unveiled the latest version of their classic Belle Device, The Belle LTE.

In this latest iteration, the Belle has several feature upgrades such as a monster 30-day battery, Verizon 4G LTE network, Wifi locating, water resistance, and a smaller, lighter body.

The Belle device is a powerful, yet simple device. Despite its one-button design, it can locate users with greater accuracy than ever before, and last longer off the charger than ever before.

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freeus, belle, LTE, mPERs, PERS, monitoring

Landline Vs. Mobile PERS

Do you know the difference between landline and mobile PERS devices? We wrote a quick guide that goes over the core differences between the two types of devices and where they work best.

For example, did you know that landline PERS devices have better sound quality and higher volume capabilities? Well, they come at a cost, because today’s mobile consumer won’t be able to use most models beyond the confines of their yard.

We go over details like this, and more in the latest version of our comparative article on the two device types.

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landline PERS, mobile PERS, monitoring, seniors

Consumer Data Reveals Distrust In Smart Home Security

Our final story for this week is about a review of consumer data that reveals a high amount of distrust in home security products. You wouldn’t think it, but today’s smart home security market is facing a major distrust issue, despite its unprecedented growth rate.

In the article, we present data that shows why people distrust these advanced products so you can best understand the worries that consumers have before you create the wrong messaging to the wrong people.

The article explores the feelings shared by each demographic, and even explores what they are willing to accept in order to gain the simplicity that an automated home offers.

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