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”Boggs hasn’t seen much competition or benefit from DIY and the outside players. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t affecting his business strategy. “We think there may be a place for us in that DIY market. I would hate to see as big a trend as that is going to be and ignore it. We are looking at options. ” What he is more excited about is the growing market overall. “I think we are going to be able to compete. I don’t think they will be able to take over the market. I was concerned years ago when the $99 and free alarms started appearing, so we started to do more commercial work. It changed, but it didn’t kill it. We still do a lot of residential.

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No contract required. Quick, easy installation. Cellular and Wi Fi connectivity, the latter of which is optional. Cons: Underwhelming camera options. Bottom Line: If you want to secure and monitor your home from afar without spending a bundle or signing a long term contract, there's a lot to like about the newly redesigned, versatile, and easy to use DIY SimpliSafe Home Security System. Read ReviewVivint Smart Home ReviewMSRP: $39. 99 at Pros: Speedy event response. Excellent video doorbell. Offers remote control of door locks, cameras, thermostats, and sensors. Responsive touch screen. No lengthy contract required.