See https://www.safehome.org/go/deals/adt for the latest ADT sale prices and deals. This video from SafeHome.org reviews ADT Pulse wireless security for 2018. You’ll see that prices per month for ADT Pulse service are above average -- but on the other hand, the company’s equipment deal might be your favorite. Our five-minute video review shows ADT Pulse equipment, outlines the three monthly monitoring plans (all with smartphone access), and can help you weigh pros and cons of choosing their service. HOW IT WORKS: Upfront, ADT Pulse will provide a high-end wireless security system that’s customized to your home. You can choose a security system with cameras or without. Home automation is optional too. ADT Pulse equipment examples include indoor and outdoor video cameras, glass break sensors, pet-friendly motion detectors, medical alert pendants, gadgets to automate lighting, and lots more. Over time the equipment becomes yours, although if you stop monthly monitoring early, components go back to the company. BASICS: Five main points about ADT Pulse... - Professional Installation (Not DIY) - 100% Wireless (No cutting into walls) - Equipment is “Free” (No separate cost) - Optional video security and home automation - Monitoring Contract Required (36 months) EQUIPMENT: Our video review of ADT Pulse shows the GO control panel provided in 2017. A full-color touchscreen helps make it easy to use, and the unit has Smash and Crash protection against tampering. The GO panel can connect with dozens of wireless sensors to protect and automate your home. Some examples shown here: - Magnetic Entry Sensor - Infrared Motion Sensor (Pet-friendly up to 80 pounds) - Medical Alert Pendant (Also works away from home) - Carbon monoxide detector - Smoke detector - Digital door lock - Digital thermostat (NEST with remote-control) - Video camera Also shown in our video is the ADT Pulse mobile app, which sends text alerts and lets you control/check your security and home automation system from anywhere. See how footage from an outdoor ADT camera can be viewed in real-time on your smartphone. Note: ADT Pulse equipment is built by GE and other leading brands, so it’s not proprietary. Once you own the alarm system you can choose monthly monitoring from many different security companies. We compare ADT Pulse with other leading home security companies at https://www.safehome.org/compare/. If this review video helps you out, please vote us up! For our complete ADT Pulse review for 2017 visit https://www.safehome.org/security-systems/adt/reviews/.