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  1. Protect America
  2. ADT
  3. Get Safe
  4. Live Watch
  5. Vivint
  6. Simplisafe
  7. Guardian
  8. Alarm Force

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Best Wireless Security Systems

Now more than ever, homeowners are looking for ways to protect themselves and their property. With more than 2 million burglaries each year - and an average loss of $2,000 per incident - wireless security systems are at the forefront of safeguarding against intruders.

It is true that there are other ways to make your home safer from burglary and invasion. For example, a well-lit exterior can discourage criminals from approaching your property, and high-quality deadbolts make it more difficult to enter your home. Unfortunately, even these measures will not prevent a determined criminal from picking the lock, smashing a window or slider door, and entering your home to steal your belongings or worse.

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2017

Wireless Security System Reviews

5 stars
Frontpoint

FRONTPOINTTopConsumerReviews.com Best-In-Class Blue Ribbon Award

Frontpoint is the frontrunner of wireless security systems on the market. Their all-cellular system uses cutting-edge technology at an affordable price, and their plans include 24-hour monitoring nationwide. Installation is very straightforward, and Frontpoint's support staff will gladly help you over the phone with any questions. Frontpoint is our top choice for protecting your home and loved ones. Read More... Visit
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4.5 stars
Protect America

PROTECT AMERICA

Protect America offers top-of-the-line wireless security systems at incredibly low prices. Their customer-focused home security plans include free equipment and comprehensive monitoring packages. Friendly, knowledgeable customer support representatives are readily available to answer questions. Protect America is a solid choice among providers of wireless security systems.
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4 stars
ADT

ADT

ADT is a household name when it comes to protection, and their wireless security systems are no exception. They score high marks for reliability and the quality of their monitoring service. But, their installation fees and monthly monitoring costs are considerably higher than the competition, and early termination fees may apply if you decide you don't like their service. Read More... Visit
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4 stars
Get Safe

GET SAFE

Although GetSafe's upfront equipment costs are more expensive than other wireless security systems, you'll save money on their coverage - that comes with no contract or other obligation. Be aware that the system is designed to be controlled exclusively through their smartphone app or a key fob, rather than a traditional wall panel. GetSafe is a definite contender in the wireless security system market. Read More... Visit
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3.5 stars
Live Watch

LIVE WATCH

LiveWatch seeks to treat each customer like family, providing friendly customer service, a fantastic satisfaction guarantee and return policy, and easy-to-understand pricing on equipment and coverage plans. We encountered several glitches with the website, particularly when trying to add home automation items to our shopping cart. We look forward to seeing positive changes to the site in the future, along with additional reviews from satisfied customers.
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3 stars
Vivint

VIVINT

Vivint is on the cutting edge of wireless security system technology, making connections with today's hottest electronics to help you control many features of your home with your smartphone or other internet-connected device. However, Vivint's fees add up quickly, especially in the fine print of their "special offers", and a lengthy five-year contract is a much longer commitment than the average homeowner wants. Read More... Visit
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3 stars
SimpliSafe

SIMPLISAFE

SimpliSafe is one just a handful of wireless security systems that don't require you to have a long-term contract or other commitment, which is attractive to many people. You do have to buy your equipment outright, but the monthly monitoring costs are affordable at less than $25. A number of customers reported problems with multiple false alarms in the middle of the night or slow responses from both SimpliSafe's customer service department and monitoring services. Read More... Visit
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2.5 stars
Guardian

GUARDIAN

Guardian Protection Services is based out of Pennsylvania and offers a robust selection of options for the wireless security systems they offer. We were impressed by their central monitoring station, which was given a five-diamond rating from the Central Station Alarm Association. However, they make it incredibly difficult to get pricing information without speaking with an overly-eager sales representative, and customer reviews describing problems with service and billing give us pause. Read More... Visit
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2 stars
Alarm Force

ALARM FORCE

AlarmForce provides a range of services with their wireless security systems. Their pricing is reasonable, and their monitoring service is a five-diamond award-winner. However, unless you live in Canada or certain cities in North Carolina or Ohio, you will be unable to protect your home using AlarmForce. Read More... Visit
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For that reason, experts in home protection strongly recommend that you invest in a wireless security system, particularly those that have round-the-clock monitoring, to give you the greatest possible peace of mind. Most criminals will bypass homes that have a monitoring system, simply because it puts them at greater risk of being caught in the act.

Compared with traditional home security systems, wireless versions allow you to install them on your own and can easily be moved from one location to another - a convenient advantage for those who move frequently, such as students living in dorms or those who move around the country for work reasons.

Having a wireless security system can also save you money. Many homeowners insurance policies will give you a discount on your annual premium - as much as 20% - with an installed home protection package.

Wireless security systems can vary widely with respect to the protection they offer, the equipment provided, and the overall cost. Also, some offer 24-hour live monitoring of your system, while others leave that responsibility to you.

What should you look for in a wireless security system? Be sure to consider the following aspects:

  • Equipment Costs. What is included with your wireless security system compared to the number of sensors you need? How much does it cost to add extra sensors or other equipment that may be appropriate for your living situation?
  • Monitoring Service. Does the company monitor your system around-the-clock? Are the fees reasonable? Will the company contact local authorities in the event of a break-in or other emergency?
  • Guarantee. Does the company offer a satisfaction guarantee or a refund if there are any issues with the service or the equipment?

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best wireless security systems available today. We hope these reviews will help you find the ideal wireless security system to protect your home and your loved ones! 

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Published:  Sat, 16 Sep 2017 05:00:00 GMT



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Published:  Thu, 07 Sep 2017 13:37:00 GMT



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Published:  Thu, 14 Sep 2017 14:24:00 GMT



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Verizon Wireless, for example, doesn't offer home-security services ... First Up, HomeKit-- I initially hoped my security system could rely only on HomeKit-compatible devices. I largely, if not entirely, achieved that goal. In my experiments with HomeKit ...

Published:  Mon, 11 Sep 2017 20:40:00 GMT



Proxim Wireless Teams Up with ViTEL as Distributor in Turkey, Germany, and Austria

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Published:  Tue, 12 Sep 2017 01:48:00 GMT



NETGEAR INTRODUCES FLEXPOWER, INDUSTRYS FIRST WIRE-FREE, BATTERY-POWERED ONVIF-COMPLIANT SECURITY CAMERA

Compatible with existing security systems to fill blind spots or provide coverage of ... The companion NETGEAR FlexPower Base Station acts as a wireless access point for FlexPower cameras with a wireless range up to 300 feet line of sight.

Published:  Tue, 05 Sep 2017 11:44:00 GMT



An Analysis of BlueBorne: Bluetooth Security Risks

Bluetooth is a wireless communications technology comprised of dozens ... Just about every presentation at a security conference involving Bluetooth includes a slide that says or mentions that Bluetooth sniffing is hard. It can be hard enough in a lab ...

Published:  Fri, 15 Sep 2017 01:00:00 GMT



Proceedings of the International Conference on Future Networks and Distributed Systems

is a widely-used protocol to design and build an access control for providing the system security regarding authorization. Even though in the context of internet resources access, the authentication and access control ... In this Global Village, Wireless ...

Published:  Tue, 19 Sep 2017 08:54:00 GMT



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