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2013 Brings a brand new product refresh, the New Crush Fold system is now available! New sleek design to both fascia and back box. Each system comes fitted with an LED down light as standard...
“ We have used Telguard products on several installations over the last two years. The units are very user friendly and easy to install/commission. The Telguard GSM unit is the perfect solution...More>
“ GB Security Group have been using TelGuard now for approx six years mainly using the Bespoke PSTN intercom system for use on the integrated system that we install. The intercom units are all manufactured to our exact requirements allowing us to offer our customers...More>
A single user or a small site would probably benefit from a PAYG SIM while a multi user site would be advised to use a contact SIM. The contract SIM will have a number of free minutes as part of the ‘package’ making calls from the Telguard free up to the air time provided.
The key to finding out how many minutes to get on the contract SIM is to use a PAYG initially and at the end of the first month the amount of credit used will give an indication of how many minutes were used and so a contact SIM can be purchased to cover the call pattern.
This becomes even more flexible where the resident has a cordless phone! The running cost of the TelGuard is limited to the telephone line rental and a local rate phone call each time a flat is called. Our range of systems even now include GSM based systems so that a land line is not required, all the calls are made to the flats via the mobile phone network.
Try the benefits from our GSM range, there are fewer telephone related costs associated with our GSM range, although call charges can be more expensive than land line calls. There is no line installation cost or any line rental charges. The Telguard GSM range requires either a Pay-
It is recommended that a SIM from one of the main network service providers (Vodafone, O2, T-