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Yes, but it should take no more than 1-2 hours, and require no parts. It's obviously a one-time charge. I don't really know your panel that well - it's possible they won't have to reprogram at all, and can just reset the engineer codes to gain access to the menus and turn off the communicator. But to be fair you are still looking at a minimum charge, so won't make much difference to the cost. It's not 'their' data they will be putting in, just setting up the system, again as if it were only just taken out the box. The alarm will either refuse to set and/or make a tone / chirp / chime every now and then to alert you to a cut phone line. I wouldn't do it, if you can get someone in within the week then I would just live with an extra week or two's phone bill. I don't do 'digi' (telephone line) monitoring, but would suggest quite cheap though depends on what other 'services' you do or don't get for that fee.
So in short I need to get a new company out to remove all the old data and replace with their own data.. even if I stay unmonitored? Any ideas how much this could cost? what if I cut the wire going from the alarm panel to the phoneline? Would alarm still active if an intruder entered the house? Previously I was paying £16 per month, is that the going rate? Thanks again
Yep you will likely need someone out to do that. You can remove the line from the system but it may throw line fault errors. Just because you have cancelled the monitoring it will not stop it dialling out, the messages to the ARC will just be ignored.
So the LAN module will only send push notifications to the app it won't send text message to the phone .? Push notifications are that reliable so may stick to GPRS. But can't find anywhere that sells the module, lots selling the panel but not the module Mark
It would be an easy matter to get virtually ANY other company in and 'crash' the system to remove the communications element. They will need to reprogram it from scratch, so if they quote 2 hours, that's not unreasonable. It would be a one-time charge (although we here at TSI would still recommend regular servicing. Well, we recommend monitoring too, but not from idiots!). It should be a labour only charge, they should not need to quote for any parts etc... if the system is only 18 months old.
I've Cancelled the monitoring with the company and decided to go unmonitored till I find another company who come well recommended to avoid any further issues. In the meantime how can I clear my keypad of the previous companies info and any monitoring station phone number to make sure my alarm doesn't call out to 0844 number costing me money?
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