How do I get AlarmNet?
If you're looking to get Honeywell's AlarmNet services, you're going to have to go through an authorized Honeywell dealer such as Alarm Grid. Honeywell does not offer AlarmNet services directly to consumers. AlarmNet alarm monitoring communicators are activated by Honeywell dealers who are setup with AlarmNet access. Simply connect an internet or cellular AlarmNet communicator to your Honeywell security system, then choose your AlarmNet provider. Once you sign up for monitoring service, you need to supply the MAC and CRC numbers located on your communicator to the Honeywell / AlarmNet dealer so they can create and activate your account. Once the communicator is active, the alarm signals will pass through AlarmNet's servers and be conveyed to the proper central station.
Luckily, Alarm Grid offers a variety of alarm monitoring service plans powered by AlarmNet monitoring services. We're proud to offer the industry's first self monitoring plan that allows you to take advantage of AlarmNet's interactive Total Connect service without the added expense of central station monitoring. Of course, we also offer monitoring plans that include central station service. Our popular Silver and Gold plans even combine central station with Total Connect 2.0 for the most interactive and secure options available.
AlarmNet doesn't just offer alarm monitoring services anymore. Using Honeywell security cameras and Z-Wave devices you can even use Total Connect 2.0 to view your property live and control your home's lights, locks and thermostats from any remote location. Remote Z-Wave control is included in the Silver and Gold plans. If you want to add Video Surveillance, you can sign up for our Platinum plan.
We invite you to browse through our monitoring plans today so you can choose the best AlarmNet service for your compatible Honeywell alarm panel.
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