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The security system, called AT&T Digital Life, will allow homeowners to connect appliances like light bulbs, video surveillance cameras and door locks to the Internet and control them remotely with a smartphone app.For the security aspect, the service hooks up to AT&T’s monitoring center, where employees will respond to emergencies and alert the police or the fire department.Customers can choose between a basic and a more advanced package.The basic package includes the home monitoring service, a 24-hour backup battery and an indoor siren, among other features, for $30 a month and $150 for equipment and installation.The advanced package also includes a glass break sensor, a smoke sensor and a motion sensor for $40 a month and $250 for equipment and installation.

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