EE has unveiled new monthly subscription packages for home and cyber security as the company has said it wants to make digital security more accessible to the public.
The operator said customers will be able to purchase home security offerings, including a home alarm system, and an online cybersecurity package to protect their devices through their existing EE monthly bill.
The company said its research found that people were increasingly aware and eager for better home and cyber security, and that there was a public appetite for subscription-based security products that come with the professional installation, which is why. for which he had chosen to enter the market.
The expansion of its monthly offering starts with EE Smart Home Security, which will be launched on Wednesday in partnership with security company Verisure and costs £ 25 per month for apartments and £ 30 per month for homes along with a one-time upfront fee. of £ 50 which will see users get a 24 hour monitored alarm system and a range of sensors to enable smart home security.
Those in the home bundle will also be able to purchase premium add-ons including doorbells and smart cameras to further augment their security setup.
Then, in November, EE confirmed that it will launch a monthly cybersecurity deal in partnership with online security giant Norton.
Initially offered to existing EE customers, it will offer virus protection and alerts to users if their personal information is found on the dark web.
EE said a free annual online security check will also be launched on its website to help customers find out if their personal information has leaked online.
The company has confirmed that it will publish more details on the packages, pricing and features of its cybersecurity bundles in the coming weeks.
EE CEO Marc Allera said: “The launch of EE security is the latest example of how we are transforming the EE brand, introducing new ways to provide our customers with exciting products and services that enhance both their entry than the exit-home experience.
“We know the security market is hugely important to UK consumers and we see huge possibilities to help customers protect their home and digital life.
“In addition to partnering with these security leaders, we will also seek separately to explore how connectivity can play a role in the latest innovations, from intelligent drone protection and Wi-Fi sensing to intelligent security robotics, to AI. and whatever else there is the future for intelligent security. “