2GIG LTEA-A-GC3 Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Replace the Cellular Communicator in a 2GIG GC3e?
There is a menu option you can choose for the 2GIG GC3e that will allow you to safely swap out a cellular communicator, without powering down the system. Learn about the GC3e.
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How Do I Set Up a Cellular Communicator in a 2GIG GC3?
You must add a cellular communicator to a 2GIG GC3 if you want to activate the system for monitoring service and use with Alarm.com. Learn how to add a cell module to a GC3.
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How Do I Set Up a Cellular Communicator in a 2GIG GC3e?
Adding a cellular communicator to your 2GIG GC3e will allow you to activate the system for monitoring service. Learn how to add a cellular communicator to your 2GIG GC3e System.
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How Do I Upgrade a 2GIG GC3e to Use LTE?
The 2GIG GC3e is such a new system that it never used older 3G and CDMA Communicators. Therefore, you would never really "upgrade" a 2GIG GC3e to use LTE. Learn about the GC3e.
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Does My 2GIG GC3 or GC3e Need a Cellular Communicator for Alarm Monitoring?
If you want to get a GC3 or GC3e System monitored, then you must add an Alarm.com Cellular Communicator. Learn about the communication options for the GC3 and GC3e.
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Can I Use a 2GIG GC3e System Without Alarm.com?
Without service from Alarm.com, a 2GIG GC3e System can only be used as a local noisemaker. Find out why adding Alarm.com service to your 2GIG GC3e System is important.
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Can I Use Dual-Path Communication With The 2GIG GC3e?
By adding a cellular communicator to a 2GIG GC3e, the system will be made dual-path compatible. The system already comes with a built-in WIFI card. Learn about the 2GIG GC3e.
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Can I Connect the 2GIG GC3e to the Internet?
The 2GIG GC3e includes a built-in WIFI card for connecting with the internet. But you must add a cellular communicator to get the system monitored. Learn about the GC3e.
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Why Should I Get an LTE Cellular Communicator?
LTE communicators provide fast and reliable connectivity for monitoring service. Cellular providers have promised to support LTE networks for many years. Learn about LTE radios.
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