There are no links to testimonials or reviews of any sort for their home security systems and most of the links lead you back to the standard cable TV or internet services for which Comcast is widely known. In comparing the other home security companies we've reviewed against Comcast, nearly all ofthemeither offer a cheaper price, a better package of equipment, or both. It's hard to give Comcast Xfinity home security a very high rating when so many other home security systems seem to offer a lot more for the money. Plus, customers won't be forced to deal with yet another cable company and all that entails. The basic CPI system is called In Touch, and it functions much like other 24/7 rapid response alarm monitoring systems. If something triggers the home security alarm, an emergency operator responds in seconds to address the alert.
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If you're looking for a DIY security option that didn't come from the world of crowdfunding, you'll definitely want to take a look at SimpliSafe, winner of our Editor's Choice. With a variety of customizable, multi sensor packages to choose from that range in price from $230 to $520, SimpliSafe promises complete do it yourself coverage for any home. Available in the US only, pricing converts to about £140 to £310, or AU$250 to AU$560. Their systems are totally wireless they'll keep working without power for up to four days, they offer optional smoke, leak, and carbon monoxide detectors, and they feature 24 7 live monitoring and a cellular backup. You'll need to pay a $15 per month fee if you want the live monitoring and cellular connection, plus even more if you want SMS alerts or remote controls, but we say that SimpliSafe's reliable, comprehensive protection and incredible ease of use are both well worth it. Read the full review of SimpliSafe. If you're looking for a home security system with a modern, sophisticated design, then you might want to consider Viper Home. Their $230 DIY Starter Kit not available in the UK; available in Australia, converts to about AU$245 was a consistent performer in our tests, and it's the only option we've seen that integrates home security with automotive security. Their basic package is fee free, though you'll need to pay $10 per month if you want to add a camera to your system. That's a better deal than most of the competition, but it can't quite beat the totally fee free iSmartAlarm in terms of value, especially since iSmartAlarm costs $30 less up front. Still, we love that Viper Home will continue working in a power outage iSmartAlarm won't, and we're excited to hear that the system will soon offer a Z Wave control bridge as an optional accessory, meaning that you'll be able to add things like smart locks and smart lights into your system.