DALLAS -- Turn down the thermostat at home without leaving the office, catch live video of your pets with your smartphone, or lock the back door from the other side of town. Whether you’re concerned about intruders, want to check in on your loved ones or pets, or simply want to monitor your energy use, AT&T Digital LifeSM gives consumers control to secure and manage their homes from virtually anywhere.
AT&T* today announced plans to commercially launch AT&T Digital Life in eight markets in March. A unique, all-digital, wireless-based home security and automation service, AT&T Digital Life equips customers with control of their homes from a smartphone, tablet or PC – regardless of wireless carrier or broadband provider.
AT&T Digital Life provides new growth opportunity for AT&T. Industry observers indicate that home security has the potential to grow significantly over the next several years.
“The home security and automation market is about to expand significantly,” said Roger Entner, Founder and Lead Analyst of Recon Analytics. “As the capabilities and usability of home automation solutions are dramatically improving, installation becoming easier, the value proposition is becoming a lot more attractive to consumers. Not only can consumers protect their home against intruders, but with these new solutions they can save energy, keep an eye on what is going on in their home even when they are away and protect against costly accidents in their home.”
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