Cable television in the United States became available in the late 40s. Since then, almost 60 percent of homes in America, mostly in middle class suburbia, subscribe to at least basic cable. The reliability of cable television gave it a distinct advantage over regular television, since weather could so easily affect a broadcast signal sent and received through the air, whereas cable relied on (quite literally) cables to provide a hard signal directly from the broadcast source. As the Internet developed and cemented its necessity into our daily lives, the most secure choice for service delivery became existing cable lines.
Security companies saw this as an opportunity to enhance the reliability of their home security packages as well. By using the Internet to connect clients to emergency personnel (using a method called Voice Over Internet Protocol, or VoIP), and by enabling users to access and control their home security packages through their mobile devices, either through a web browser or through company specific apps or software, home security packages have become much more user friendly and reliable… two things of the utmost importance when speaking of home security. Customers who begin by searching for the best Internet and cable deals (or even just cheap high speed internet services) are unknowingly supplying their home with the conduit for future installation of a fast, dependable home security package.
Installing a home security package is one of the best things you can do to ensure your peace of mind that your family is safe and secure in any situation. With immediate access to fire, rescue, and emergency services, as well as 24 hour monitoring of security points in and around your house, you need never be concerned about leaving the house for an hour or for a month. By using your existing high speed Internet connection, you can count on your home security service to be there when and if you ever need it.