Phone/VoIP Security Systems - GeoArm Security®

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What is a Phone/VoIP Security System?

Traditional Phone Lines
A traditional phone line security system alarm monitoring service uses a phone line or landline connection to communicate with the GeoArm central station in the event of a breach or other security event. When the alarm is triggered, the security system communicates the signal to the GeoArm monitoring center via the phone line. A GeoArm live operator then takes appropriate action, such as contacting the homeowner to verify if the alarm is a false alarm and then proceeds to dispatch the authorities. This type of monitoring is considered reliable since the communication path is physical and does not rely on a wireless signal. However, it can be vulnerable to disruption if the phone line is cut or if there is a power outage. A traditional phone line security system can protect various types of properties, including; residential, commercial, industrial and government.

Voice Over IP (VoIP)
A VoIP phone line alarm communication path security system is a security system that uses Voice Over IP (VoIP) technology as the communication path between the security panel and the GeoArm central monitoring station. In this system, the security panel is connected to the internet via a VoIP phone line, allowing it to send signals and alerts to the end user and the GeoArm central station in the event of a breach or other security event. This type of system is often used as an alternative to traditional phone lines for alarm communication, as it can be more cost-effective and reliable. A phone line security system can protect various types of properties, including; residential, commercial, industrial and government. However, it's important to note that this type of system may require additional configuration to ensure dependable and secure communication.

Please Note: Traditional phone lines are not going away entirely, but they are becoming less popular as more people switch to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) systems. VoIP technology enables voice calls to be transmitted over the internet, rather than using traditional copper telephone lines. Many individuals and companies are opting for VoIP systems due to their lower costs and greater flexibility. However, traditional phone lines are still used in some areas where internet connectivity is limited or unreliable. Additionally, some businesses and organizations that require high levels of security and reliability may still rely on traditional phone lines as a backup communication option.

No-Term Contracts? Month-to-Month Subscription Plans Long-Term with Liquidated Damages
New Security Systems? Own the Alarm Equipment on Day 1 Lease the Alarm Equipment for 3 Years
Proprietary Technology? Unlocked Non-Proprietary Equipment Locked Out Proprietary Equipment
Live Operator Service? Optional 24-Hour PRO Central Station Required 24-Hour PRO Central Station
Do-It-Yourself Options? More Flexible DIY Brands and Services Less DIY Brands to Choose and Pick
Free Move Program? Nationwide Coverage is Supported Some Limitations on Coverage Areas
Technical Support? Inexpensive Remote Technicians Costly Onsite Hourly Service Rates
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