Mobitel CCTV solutions offer real-time, remote monitoring of homes

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Mobitel now offers unimaginable convenience for customers by retailing attractive packages to secure their homes, apartments or offices, payable in easy installments on certain credit cards through the year, coupled with a 3-year warranty. 
Continually looking to expand and upscale its services, the new CCTV (Surveillance) packages make security and safety the number one priority for 
its customers. 
CCTV solutions are a growing requirement in the local market where customers are now growingly concerned on the safety and security of their homes and loved ones while away. 
This ability to stay always connected to be able to have real-time information available at your fingertips helps owners to travel 
in peace, knowing that 
their premises have been secured with smart devices where there they can view what is going on at any given time through their smartphones from anywhere in the world. 
The Mobitel CCTV solutions are available at Mobitel retail outlets. Mobitel is offering 5 packages which offer varying levels of CCTV coverage and access for indoor and outdoor usage based on the customers’ requirement. 
Apart from CCTV solutions, the packages also include many other unique features. The CCTV solution comes with a free Mobitel 4G LTE Wi-Fi router with a connection in order to provide remote connectivity. The products come with a 3 year warranty for manufacture defects and are of highest quality standards. 

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