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2GIG Alarm.com AT&T 3G HSPA Communicator (2GIG-GC3GA-A)

3.67 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

$106.55

SKU: SC1668 Category: Tags: , , , ,

Product Description

If you already have a 2GIG Go!Control panel from another Alarm.com provider, for example Vivint, and you want to be monitored by suretyCAM but your previous Alarm.com provider will not unlock your cellular communicator, then you can purchase this unlocked communicator from suretyCAM to put in your existing 2GIG panel. Firmware version 1.9.6 or higher is required for AT&T HSPA.

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Additional Information

MPN

2GIG-GC3GA-A

Control Panel

2GIG GC2

3 reviews for 2GIG Alarm.com AT&T 3G HSPA Communicator (2GIG-GC3GA-A)

  1. Dexter
    3 out of 5

    :

    In some instances, this is really the best choice for signal strength. But I’ve had more problems with these than some other modules. If you checked the service address and it says signal strength is equal, I’d go with Verizon over AT&T.

  2. 3 out of 5

    :

    I have had T-Mobile Modules in my System, AT&T, and now Verizon and the Verizon module provides faster signaling then AT&T by far. The T-Mobile module was good until it went bad I had no problems with it, then they said T-Mobile modules were not available any longer so I got an AT&T Module which worked but seemed like it took forever to send/receive commands even though the signal strength was great. Now when I switched to Suretydiy I have the Verizon module and couldn’t be happier as the signal response is much faster. I agree with the other reviewer on here, if you can go with the Verizon module.

  3. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    I have no idea why previous reviews are 3-star… One gives no specifics about “problems” and the other is complaining about AT&T signal strength. I’m using this, and it works fine. I can’t imagine it works any better or worse than the Verizion card, barring a signal strength issue. Since I get terrible Verizon signal and great AT&T signal in my area, this was the obvious choice for me.

    So far so good. No reason to believe it’s any different quality than its Verizon counterpart. Much better than my old T-Mobile 2G card.

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