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Manage Your Home from Anywhere with AT&T Digital Life

Homes are built and managed with human emotions. But now a tech company claims it can do it for you. How?

AT&T today announced beginning Friday, July 26, it will launch Digital Life in Indianapolis along with five other markets: Cincinnati, Columbus, San Diego, San Jose and Tampa.

AT&T Digital Life makes customers’ lives easier by simplifying the management of their home, says the company.

Digital Life, according to AT&T, offers security, convenience and peace of mind, in a customizable and easy-to-use experience from smartphones, tablets or PCs.

Beginning Friday, customers in these six new markets can receive a live demo and purchase Digital Life in company owned retail stores.

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Including the new markets launching on Friday, Digital Life will be available in 33 markets, with plans to introduce the service in up to 50 markets by the end of 2013.

With Digital Life, customers can use their existing home broadband provider, and any wireless phone service, and enjoy the security and convenience of a home management system with the flexibility to meet their unique needs.

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Customers can choose from two base plans: Simple Security, which is a basic home security package; or Smart Security which includes enhanced security features and the option to add home automation.

  • Simple Security: Includes 24/7 home monitoring, 24-hour battery backup, a wireless keypad, keychain remote, recessed sensors and an indoor siren for $29.99 a month plus $149.99 for equipment.
  • Smart Security: Includes the benefits of Simple Security plus a choice of three of the following features: motion sensor, carbon monoxide sensor, glass break sensor, smoke sensor or takeover kit. Smart Security begins at $39.99 a month plus $249.99 for equipment.

To learn more about Digital Life availability, visit www.att.com/digitallife.

Photo courtesy: AT&T

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