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I used to hate Comcast, however they've improved dramatically and the price CANT be beat. ADT has great sales reps, but when the techs come out, they bash the quality of the product and highly recommend going with a separate video company, which is the main reason i wanted a system to begin with. Comcast has definitely upped their game and has a good system and for the bundled price cant be beat. As far as customer service, hell who has good CS these days no one its not the 80's any longer!ATandT which owns direct TV now and Comcast are monopolies and get away with lack luster support, speak clearly with the stupid bot and be polite to the rep and it always seems to go pretty good. I've only had to call 2x per user confusion other than that its worked very well!Not too many complaints. Since we pay our home insurance a yr up front the hefty discount check of 252 didn't disappoint either. All seems well for now. Just moved to a Home after living in the condo for the past 10 years the first thing we did was to contract security service of course after after living in the condo for the past 10 years the first thing we did was to contract security service of course after soon. After seeing a Comcast offer which sounded great because I would pay just one bill, I had the system installed and paid a bit over $500 for additional sensors. Within a week the app did not work and I thought the problem was with my phone. 2 weeks later I receive a call from Comcast saying something was wrong with the system and to make a long story short after over 20 hours on the phone and 3 installations attempts, my account monitoring was cancelled for no apparent reason.

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The franchise nature of ADT can also mean that you’ll find a somewhat inconsistent level of customer service and support depending upon where you are based, and that can be frustrating when you are used to receiving good service, but move somewhere else, and suddenly have poor service. On the whole, though, most ADT franchises are very good with customers, and are committed to providing a high level of quality and value for everyone who contracts with them. It’s a DIY installation system, so you don’t have to take the time out of your busy life to wait for someone to come hook things up for you. Instead, you can just get the equipment and set everything up on your own. It’s great for people who are on a budget, and it’s also great for people who rent—You can take the equipment with you when you move, and won’t have to worry about being charged another installation fee for setting things up in your new location. If you choose SimpliSafe, you also won’t have to worry about canceling a contract and paying a high fee if you move to an area where a service provider doesn’t operate this system. You have to buy the equipment upfront, but that means you own it, and it reduces the monitoring costs every month. That can make things easier for anyone who’s on a monthly budget and don’t want to spend a lot of money on monitoring. You can pay as little as $15 to $25 a month for SimpliSafe monitoring, depending on whether mobile access is important to you. That’s about half of what you would pay with some of the other best home security systems, and it can be well worth it for budget conscious people who still want a good system. Read more about what our team found with Simplisafe here.

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