Absolutely not. With Advantage Alert there are no long-term contracts and our service can be cancelled at any time, and for any reason, with 30 days written notice and the return of our equipment.
No. With Advantage Alert the price you pay when you start your service is the price you will always pay.
No. The Advantage Alert service is not based on the number of people who could benefit from the service.
The Advantage Alert unit sets up in just a few simple steps. We send you your system with simple, easy-to-read instructions. You can do it yourself or have a friend, neighbor or family member help you if it makes you more comfortable. Once you've completed the setup, simply press the help-button to test the unit and have our emergency response center confirm that you've done a perfect job.
No. The base unit simply plugs into your existing phone jack.
Yes. We have systems for both landline and mobile.
No. You can be in a different room, on a different floor, or out getting the mail and the signal will still be received in most cases, as long as you are within approximately 300 feet of the base-unit.
No. The button is used to activate the unit.
If our emergency response center receives an alarm but is unable to establish voice communications with you, they will immediately dispatch emergency services and your specified responders.
Our monitors also contact neighbors, family, and friends. You let us know in advance who has access to your home and they can direct your rescuers. Lock Boxes are available if you don't have a close neighbor or family member you can confide in.
Yes. The transmitter is waterproof and you can bath with it.
Yes. Just be sure to notify us at least 24 hours in advance so that we can update your records.
The base-unit has a built-in battery back-up system that will keep your system working for up to 24 hours until your electricity is restored, and then the batteries will automatically recharge.
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