Mobile communication technology is the next big thing as far as the world of finance is concerned. Thus, it is not in the least bit surprising that AT&T (T) is set to move into a bullish direction with its expansion plans. News has it that AT& T is set to diversify into the home security automation industry with its Digital Life, set to be released anytime soon. In fact, plans are under way to begin the trial versions in Dallas, and Atlanta, as early as this summer.
However, the real news is not as much as in the diversification into home security, but in the capabilities of the Digital Life. Digital Life is set to be an open-ended system that can be accessed from any PC, Tablet or Smartphone. Its major function is that it can be used to monitor your home from a mobile device using AT&T’s IP-based wireless platform, which is spread across the 30,000 hotspots nationwide. Thus, you can open doors, control the air conditioning, shut of the showers and basically keep an eye on your house from any location.
The best part is that you do not necessarily need to be on the AT&T carrier before you can buy the product or use it. This move is a perfect marketing strategy that will make it possible for AT&T to sell its product to the customers of other carriers and possibly gain their trust and loyalty with the style of customer service that will be provided. To continue reading, click here.