Garden City, NY (PRWEB) April 18, 2012
World Wide Security has added an addressable IP camera to its free security package for residential and commercial customers. This is a special promotion that eliminates the $495 installation cost of adding a camera to a security system. Now the camera comes free with the security system. “By adding a camera to your new security system, homeowners and businesses can now look in and see what is going on from any web-enabled device,” explains Ken Mara, President and CEO. The camera works over a secured line exclusive to World Wide Security client users. This provides complete viewing privacy from hackers, unlike other camera systems being sold in the big box stores.
World Wide Security offers homeowners and businesses an array of security products to suit their needs. “Customers want choices and having easy-to-use basic web-enabled systems, that can be controlled from most any location, is part of this growing trend,” states Mara. Having a wireless camera added to your new system, at no additional charge, provides users the flexibility to look in on what is important to them. “Look in and see your child coming through the front door when arriving home, monitor gun and liquor cabinets, view pets and loved ones or an area outdoors on your property. Business owners can view restricted areas, point-of-sale, monitor time and attendance. The applications are endless as is the usefulness,” explains Mara. The first camera is part of the package but more cameras can be added at a nominal cost.
As a First Alert/Honeywell Authorized Dealer, World Wide Security has access to technology that provides users control over how they use their systems. “We added a camera to our security package allowing users the flexibility to look in on their residences and businesses. Each package comes with one free camera that can be viewed over a secure line on any web-enabled device. The package is upgradeable with the ability to add more cameras and other features to control lighting and thermostats,” Mara added.