AT&T expands Digital Life launch to 15 markets

Mar 23, 2013
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AT&T expands Digital Life launch to 15 markets

AT&T is nearly doubling the markets its new Digital Life service will be launching in. AT&T's Digital Life is a state of the art home security system that lets you automate several aspects of your home via a PC, tablet, or smartphone. Initially, there were only plans of launching the Digital Life service in 8 markets, but AT&T decided to take it to the next level and make the service available in 15 markets.

With Digital Life, your home will have the highest-end security system available. You will be able to choose from a variety of security services, like window sensors, glass break detectors, water and gas leak detectors, wirelessly-controlled door locks, video cameras, and more. You will be alerted if there is any strange activity happening in your home, and where the activity is taking place. If an intruder breaks into your home while you're away, Digital Life will turn on all of the lights, sound a 90 db siren, and send an alert to both you and the police.

But Digital Life isn't just a home security system. It can also be used to "smartly" control the wired/wirelessly-connected devices in your home. You can turn on light sources in various parts of your home, adjust the thermostat, lock or unlock doors (assuming you purchased the wirelessly-controlled locks), and more all straight from your computer or wireless device. So if it's time to sleep, you can automatically turn off all of the lights and lock all of the doors from the comfort of your bed.

AT&T's Digital Life is set to launch very soon (since the launch date is set for the "beginning of Spring") in various markets across the nation. While the service will initially launch in 15 markets, AT&T hopes to expand it to up to 50 markets by the end of this year. AT&T hasn't released a pricing system for the service, however if you're interested, you can sign up for information notifications via AT&T's Digital Life support page.


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