Last year Netgear released Arlo Go, an outdoor camera with cellular service provided by AT&T. Now the mobile device works with multiple cell services — just add your own SIM card.
The big news at ISC West 2017 is that Netgear plans to launch its own white-labeled cell service called Arlo Mobile.
Powered by AT&T, Arlo Mobile is a simpler way for customers to get Arlo Go online — no messing with SIM cards and third-party service providers. Just buy the camera and subscribe through the Arlo app.
Service will sold by the minute on a monthly basis, says senior product manager Oleg Fishel. He provided pricing to CE Pro:
- $4.99 for 15 minutes
- $19.99 for 120 minutes
- $29.99 for 225 minutes
The IP65-rated camera itself retails for $490. It features two-way audio, “advanced” motion detection and night vision.
Telguard Integrates with Arlo Go
Also at ISC, Telguard, provider of cellular and SHaaS (smart home as a service) solutions for the security industry, announced integration with Arlo Go.
Just slide the Telguard SIM card in Arlo and it will appear in the smart-home interface like any other camera on the network.