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USA Today article notice the date of 2012

Cell towers will shortly turn off all the 2G communications and thousands of security systems will stop communicating. Most people update their cell phones on a regular basis to new models although many people that got the first security cell systems have not thought about updating their cell system that is built into their security system or attached to it.

AT&T 2G Sunset explained. ©2014 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T, the AT&T logo and all other AT&T marks contained herein are
trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property and/or AT&T affiliated companies.
Frequently Asked Questions Regarding 2G Sunset

1. Why are you shutting down your 2G network?
Mobile data traffic in the United States grew by 75,000 percent over a six-year span, from 2001-2006. In the six years that followed, mobile data traffic on AT&T’s national wireless network increased more than 50,000 percent (from January 2007 through December 2013). Reallocating capacity to our more advanced wireless networks will help more of our customers have a better experience.

2. The network turn down is not until 2017. Why are you sending me reminders now?
We believe it’s important for us to be transparent about our plans for the 2G network. Our spectrum reallocation efforts have already begun and will continue between now and January 1, 2017. We may turn down some markets entirely before 2017. We’re taking advantage of the long lead time to work proactively with customers who are using our 2G network today to manage their migration to the more advanced networks.

3. You say that you’ll work closely with customers to manage the migration process. How will customers be alerted of the transition and how will you ensure it’s a smooth process?
We’re committed to working closely with customers to make this process as easy as possible. In cases where we’re turning down AT&T’s owned and operated 2G network, we’ll continue to communicate specific details well in advance of turning down the network and work hard to ensure mobile communication needs are met throughout the process.

4. Why can’t AT&T allocate a small portion of its spectrum to accommodate subscribers who don’t want to transition?
Maintaining our 2G network to serve a small number of customers wouldn’t be an efficient use of our spectrum, which can be better used to support our 3G and 4G networks. By making this transition, M2M customers will be able to enhance their applications and solutions with new features (i.e. video cameras for real-time streaming/records for alarm solutions, driver dash cameras for fleet trucks, etc.) because of the higher speeds of the upgraded network, allowing them to better serve their customers and employees. This would not be possible on the 2G network.

5. Is this one way that you’re addressing the issue of limited spectrum?
We are happy with how our network is performing, but we are always looking to augment our spectrum position. In fact, we closed more than 60 spectrum deals in 2013 alone. Aside from the spectrum acquisitions, we’ve invested more than $140 billion of capital and spectrum acquisitions in our wireline and wireless networks in the last six years, and we plan to invest approximately $21 billion this year. We are getting better spectral efficiency with our LTE network, and we’re on track to begin the WCS build as planned in 2015.

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What I like about my security system.

Peak Alarm employees are on 24/7

Peak Alarm employees are on 24/7

Call Larry Love at (801) 428 1384 at Peak Alarm for Utah and Idaho

What I like about my security system

I like that fact that my system indicates if I have left a door or window open.
I like that if there is a flood condition it lets me know.
I like that fact that it will dispatch the fire department if there is a fire even if I’m not home.
I like that I can worry less about my house while I am on vacation or at work.
I like that I can see when my kids gets home on my phone and when they leave.

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New Construction Projects for Alarms in Utah

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Some of the projects that are bidding or have bid out:

Salt Lake Fire Station #14 (Peak Alarm is bidding)
Natural Grocers (Larry Love with Peak Alarm is bidding)
Weber County Library site visit 4/7 (Peak Alarm is bidding)
Prestige Financial LHM (Peak Alarm is bidding this project) We sent out pricing for Fire Alarm, Area of Refuge and Access Control 4/13
Hyatt Place in Moab (Peak is bidding this 4/21- Contact Larry Love for this one 801 428 1384)
Holiday Inn Express in Brigham City (Our Boise Office is bidding this project- Bret Anderson 208 323 1199 )
Clark Planetarium – (Jessie Lopez at Peak Alarm is bidding this) 801 486 7231 x382
Burlington Coat 4/21 (Peak Alarm is bidding this, contact Larry Love 801 428 1384 for pricing)

Projects Peak reviewed but is not bidding:
Solar City – Spec said Mircom then found out NOTIFIER
(Peak is not bidding this since this is FPS Mountain Alarm only)

U of U Ski, U of U Meb – FCI Nelson Fire only (Peak not bidding)
Granite Schools – FCI and EST only (Peak is not bidding)

UVU Valley View 4/28 Notifier only FPS Mountain Alarm (Peak is not bidding)

IHC Heber Valley medical remodel 4/21 (Peak is not bidding this one) FIKE is the early warning system and MIRCOM is the fire alarm.(Gary Powers)

Utah Cultural Celebration – Gamewell/FCI by Nelson Fire, Notifier by FPS Mountain Alarm or Simplex Grinnell LP by Simplex. These are the only three that can bid to my knowledge since the Engineer/owner has limited who can bid the project.

Peak Alarm can do full installations including conduit, wire, devices, programming, testing, training and CAD drawings although most bids go through the Electrical Contractors and Peak supplies parts and smarts or equipment and programming and the Electrical contractor supplies wire, conduit and installation.

When you have corrections or updates to this information please notify so we can get those entered in. Thank you

What is NICET?

NICET Web site

NICET is The National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies and Peak Alarm supports NICET certification.

Peak Alarm has several NICET Certified techs from NICET level one to NICET level four. I myself and NICET level 2 certified in Fire Alarm and I had to take 2 different four hour tests in order to pass the exam. Kenny Fox our designer just passed CAD classes and his NICET level three and in order to stamp drawings you need to be a level 3. Level 4 is able to teach NICET classes.

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Fire and Security Alarms

Hire NICET certified techs for your fire alarm jobs.

Peak Alarm has been in business for over 47 years, has a large staff of NICET techs and 4 offices to serve you including, Salt Lake, Saint George Utah, Boise Idaho and Idaho Falls.

Peak Alarm is the only local Alarm company that has their own UL listed Central Station, A full Patrol and Guard Division and an AV Division.

All of our employees in our Central Station are licensed and five diamond certified which is special central station training and only 200 central stations in the US meet this criteria. With competitive pricing Peak is one of the few companies that will be able to meet all of your needs in the field of Alarms. Call Larry Love at (801) 428 1384 for more information about Peak Alarm and your projects.

Better Business Bureau review of two Security Companies

Until you open it you have no idea.

Until you open it you have no idea.

Don't wait till you sign a contract to find out about the complaints.

Don’t wait till you sign a contract to find out about the complaints.

Better Business Bureau web site

Peak Alarm has only received 3 complaints with the Better Business Bureau in the past 3 years. We have an A+ rating with the BBB.

TWO OF OUR COMPETITORS have received over 3000 complaints. What follows was taken from the BBB site on 040516

Well known Security Company received 3,555 complaints in the last 3 years and has a C+ rating with the BBB
408 complaints about advertising
813 complaints about billing issues
34 complaints about delivery issues
24 complaints about guarantee issues
2276 complaints or problems with product or service
156 Negative reviews filed
Several Government actions taken including citations
Company found to be hiring unlicensed people as recently as 2016

Another well known Security Company had 4105 complaints in the last 3 years

Yes it is true these companies can give you a better deal and possibly tell you that you will get some free equipment. BEWARE that you may end up signing up for more than 36 months so you could end up paying almost double the amount that you could pay with Peak. Sometimes they will tell you that you get a FREE installation. Nothing really ends up being free. If they tell you that you get a free motion beware you will end up paying for it. You will pay now or pay later.

Peak Installation $99 dollars
Peak Alarm monthly $46 dollars for 36 months =$1,656 + the installation = $1,755 over the 36 month period total cost.
With this package you get Panel, Keypad, siren, battery, 3 door contacts, 1 motion
With the monitoring you get a repair agreement (extended warranty), Cell phone monitoring and Elite control which is arming and disarming remotely.

Well Known Special Security company ZERO installation
Monthly fees are normally around $54 for 60 months = $3,240 total or on a 48 month agreement $2,592 or even 36 months $1,944
Check to see if you get the repair agreement and the remote arm and disarm and the cellular fee. Even if you do are you paying too much?

Call Larry Love at Peak Alarm for a free quote (801) 428 1384

Peak Alarm can monitor your system over your phone line for as low as 26-$32 dollars a month and over cellular as low as $36.00 but the listed $46 includes a repair agreement and it includes remote arm and disarm with your smart phone. There are several factors depending on your exact system.

Peak Alarm is the only Local Alarm Company in Utah that has their own UL listed Central Station as well as a full Guard and Patrol Division and AV Division. Call after you get the rest of the story from the Better Business Bureau about the companies you were thinking of using because they have so called better deals.

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Updates and customer responsibility

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Call Larry Love (801) 428 1384 for all your Security, Camera, Fire Alarm and Access Control needs.

When a neighbor passes away or moves away and they are on your security emergency call list please call us right away to update your records. If you change your cell phone, or if employees have left your company and your call list is not updated please call us today to get those names, addresses and phone numbers changed.

Be aware that we have a new TEXT program where we can text those on your list at no extra charge instead of calling you. When we have specific troubles such as a low battery we can send you a text and you can decide to send us a message indicating that we should ignore the trouble signal or you can ask us to call you and we will do that too.

Peak Alarm strives to keep our records updated and we send out flyers and reminder papers for our customers to call and update their records but often we will have an alarm at someones home or business and we will be wasting time calling someone that should not be on the list or we will be wasting time trying to call a number that is no longer in service.