AT&T is gaining more customers in the New York and New Jersey market with the expansion of its digital life home security service, it was announced last week. Among the company’s latest extension of service is to communities in Hudson County, New Jersey.
Digital Life is AT&T’s version of home security service. It allows customers to have home security accessible via broadband connection from inside or outside the home. Consumers can monitor and control their home security system online via computer, smartphone or tablet. Customers can add custom notifications, tasks and devices to manage their digital life account.
“Digital Life is committed to offering New Jersey consumers an easy and convenient way to secure their homes, protect their families and simplify their lives from virtually anywhere,” Tom DeVito, vice president and general manager of AT&T New Jersey/New York, said in a statement. “We’re looking forward to making Digital Life available in more areas of the Garden State.”
Currently, the service is available in 33 different markets. Westchester and Long Island residents are among the communities able to order the service. AT&T plans to expand the service to 50 markets by the end of 2013. The company recently expanded its digital life services in upstate New York.
During the second quarter of 2013, AT&T added 641,000 high-speed Internet subscribers and boasted its total of 9.4 million total TV and high-speed Internet subscribers in service.